School Uniform (last updated Oct 2016)

Our aim is to have a uniform which is both smart and practical and which encourages children to take pride in their school and their own appearance. All children are asked to wear the uniform and adhere to the dress code in order to eliminate competitive fashion crazes.

 

Black school shoes please and no trainers 

 

School uniform - see below

PE uniform - all children to come into school in their PE uniform on days when they have PE

 

List of School Uniform Items:

Boys Girls
Grey trousers Grey skirt, pinafore dress or trousers
Red polo shirt with logo Red polo shirt with logo
Red school sweatshirt with logo Red school sweatshirt or cardigan with logo
Red fleece with logo - optional Red/white hijab, if parents wish
Grey socks Red fleece with logo - optional
Black shoes Red/white/grey socks or tights
Red school book bag with logo Red school book bag with logo
Optional Summer Uniform: Optional Summer Uniform:
Grey shorts or trousers Red and white check dress
Red polo shirt with logo Red sun hat
Red sun hat  
PE Kit  - Boys and Girls Swimming - KS2 
Black shorts/black tracksuit Swimsuit or trunks (no bikinis or baggy shorts)
Red t-shirt with logo Swimming hat
Plimsolls or trainers Towel
Shoebag with drawstring top Goggles if necessary

Please ensure that all items of school clothing (including hats and gloves) and personal possessions brought into school are marked clearly with your child's name.

Children need a bag to keep their reading book and words in.

Lost property will be retained for half a term and then disposed of.

PE kit should be in school every day and taken home for washing on Friday. Please check regularly to ensure that children have not outgrown their kit.

Jewellery is not permitted in school as it can be harmful to other children and frequently gets lost causing the child unnecessary distress. Children with pierced ears may wear plain studs but these must be removed before PE, games or swimming and children are responsible for looking after them themselves.

Whilst watches are permitted we recommend that children do not have expensive watches as they are all too frequently lost or damaged.