What to Bring and Wear  

Daily

A change of seasonally-appropriate clothing (including socks and underwear) in a labeled gallon storage bag

One backpack large enough for a school folder and a change of clothes

A sealable water bottle to take on hikes

Bug spray and sunscreen

A lunch that (if your child stays all day)

In the Summer

Waterproofs (We recommend Oaki, Muddy Buddy, or Polarn) - strongly recommended for very wet days

Comfortable pants  (jogging bottoms or leggings)

Lightweight short sleeved t-shirt

One pair of socks

Rain boots or sturdy closed-toe shoes that can get wet and muddy!

A sun hat/cap

 

In the Spring and Autumn

Waterproofs (We recommend Oaki, Muddy Buddy, or Polarn)

 Comfortable pants (jogging bottoms or leggings)

Long sleeved t-shirt or top

Cotton sweatshirt or hoodie

Socks

Rain boots or sturdy closed-toe shoes that can get wet and muddy

In the Winter

Base bottom layer (e.g. thermals)

Outer bottom layer (e.g. fleece or other warm jogging bottoms)

Base top layer (e.g. a long-sleeved t-shirt)

Second top layer (e.g. fleece sweatshirt or hoodie)

Outer top layer (e.g. waterproof winter jacket)

 Hat and gloves (with spares)

 Four pairs of socks

Two pairs to wear (on the bottom, one thin cotton pair; on the top, a thick wool or fluffy bed sock) and a spare of each

 An extra sweater (to be kept at school)

 Snow boots or sturdy warm outdoor boots