We ask all parents who send their children to our school to support the school uniform policy. We believe that parents have a duty to send their children to school correctly dressed and ready to learn. Parents should ensure that their child has the correct uniform, and that it is clean and in good repair. All items should be clearly marked with the child’s name.
The school does not permit children to have extreme haircuts or colouring that could serve as a distraction to other children. Hair bands, clips etc should be discreet designs in colours compatible with school colours and only used in order to keep hair in place.
Trousers, skirt or pinafore dress - Grey (skirts should be long enough to enable the wearer to sit cross-legged without embarrassment).
Shirt – White shirt and school tie (standard or clip on).
EYFS/KS1 children have the option of wearing a white polo shirt without a tie.
Sweatshirts – Navy V-neck, with or without school logo.
Cardigan - Navy V-neck, with or without school logo
Shoes - Black – NO TRAINERS
Please ensure shoes are waterproof for the wet weather
and suitable for running around in at playtime.
Socks and tights – Plain black, navy, grey or white.
Book Bag – Navy with school logo.
Dresses – Navy and white check (not light blue)
Shorts - Grey
T. Shirt – White (not football shirts), with school logo
Shorts - Navy
For outdoor PE: Trainers.
Track suits –Navy may be worn in winter as children
will continue with outdoor games unless the weather is unsuitable.
P.E. Bags - Please give your child a small bag for kit. A drawstring bag is ideal.
On health and safety grounds, the only jewellery we allow children to wear in our school are small stud earrings in pierced ears and small objects of religious significance, such as an icon on a chain. These items must be removed by the child for PE. In our school if a child wishes to have his/her ear(s) pierced, we ask that this be carried out at the beginning of the summer holiday so that the healing process is complete by the time school starts again in September and the ear stud can be removed. In the rare cases when a child cannot remove their ear studs the child will not be able to take part in the PE lessons. Inexpensive watches may be worn by children. However, if a watch is designed for games or making disruptive noises it should not be worn for school.