We are proud of our school uniform, we expect all pupils to look smart and respectable and we hope that parents will support the school in our requirements about appearance.
The school has an agreed uniform which consists of:
Royal blue sweater or sweatshirt.
White or blue polo shirt or white shirt.
Grey skirt, pinafore dress or trousers.
Girls may wear blue gingham dresses in the summer
Sweatshirts embroidered with the school badge are available from the school office.
The school agreed uniform for PE consists of:
Navy blue shorts.
Navy crew neck t-shirt with school logo (available from the school office).
Navy football socks for Years 3 to Year 6.
Navy tracksuit for colder days.
P.E. is part of the National Curriculum and it is therefore essential your child takes part. To take part your child must have these items of clothing in their kitbags for both health and safety reasons and uniform requirements.
Parents are asked to refrain from sending children to school wearing brightly coloured footwear, socks / tights, trainers, jeans, tight fitting trousers or skirts. High heeled shoes are not considered suitable for school.
IT WOULD BE A GREAT HELP IF ALL ITEMS OF CLOTHING COULD BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH THE OWNER’S NAME.
We always have a large amount of ‘Lost Property’ – names on labels can greatly reduce this and help to return ‘lost’ items to their rightful owner!
Jewellery is NOT allowed to be worn for safety reasons except for small stud earrings.
Provision of second-hand uniforms
Second-hand uniforms can benefit all parents, particularly those on low incomes. In addition, by extending the life of garments, it is more sustainable.
We encourage all parents to bring in uniform that they no longer require so long as it is in good condition.
The school maintains a stock of second-hand uniform that is available for parents to request as and when required. This can then be provided free of charge.
Our school unifom policy can be found in the policies section of the school website.