Preschool Dress Code
At BISS we are proud of our identity and so are our children.
We have chosen to follow a dress code understanding that this cultivates equality and a spirit of teamwork where the children can feel a part of something bigger than themselves. A dress code can prevent the social snobbery that follows certain dress styles associated with wealth or status, and can break down societal and culture barriers, making it easier for the children to interact with one another. It turns the focus on an individual’s character rather than appearance.
How to order
- Please order using the link below.
- Orders take approx 2 weeks to deliver.
- Your order will be delivered to school in a package with your child's name and order details.
- We will be in touch to let you know when it can be collected.
- Delivery is free of charge.
To order the items for our dress code please follow this link to Gosh Respond here in Stavanger. Any queries please contact email@example.com
This is our recommended dress code for daily life in our Preschool.
Daily classroom wear
Essential Clothes for a Norwegian Winter (Oct - May)
Children should wear this under their Preschool clothes. Several thin layers are better than fewer thick layers.
We go outside whatever the weather so good outdoor clothes are essential.
Children will need comfortable indoor shoes for wearing in and around the building.