There are many benefits in having an attractive and practical school uniform. There is an expectation on the part of the Governing Body that all children joining the school wear school uniform. The type of clothing and colours chosen are widely available and are not restricted to a particular supplier. School sweatshirts, cardigans, polo-shirts and T-shirts embroidered with the school badge may be ordered from the following website;
Our PTA manages second hand uniform for us. If you have anything that still has life left in it, please make sure its washed and pop into the laundry basket in reception. If you need anything, please have a look in the basket.
WE ASK FOR ALL ITEMS TO BE CLEARLY LABELLED WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME.
All lost property that is unnamed will be placed in a basket in the entrance to pre-school —please ensure you label all uniform. Any named items will be returned to your child’s class. All unclaimed items will be recycled.
Jewellery and the Wearing of Make Up
For reasons of health and safety jewellery is not to be worn to school. Children with pierced ears must wear studs. Although watches may be worn the school will accept no responsibility for the loss or damage of any such items. The wearing of makeup including nail polish is not considered appropriate at primary school.
Sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan – Royal blue
Shirts. Blouses or Polo Shirts – (Must be Plain)White or light blue
Trousers (Not denim, jeans, joggers or leggings) Black or dark grey
Skirts, pinafores – Black or dark grey, Gingham or pin-striped dresses, Royal or light blue
Socks, tights – White, black or grey
Shoes, Boots, Sandals (Must have an ankle strap) – Black, dark blue, dark grey, 5cm maximum heel
Plain T shirt – White
Plain shorts – Black or Navy
Daps, plimsolls – Black or white
Trainers - Black or white
Joggers (winter outdoor) – Black
Trunks or single piece costume (no bikinis) and a towel in a named bag