School Uniform

There is a school uniform which we expect all children to wear.

It is important that we present ourselves in a way that reflects the respect we have for ourselves and for others and also invites the respect of the wider community. This demonstrates pride in membership of the school and is in support of the school’s aims.

Autumn/Spring Uniform

Girls

  • Navy blue/grey skirt or pinafore
  • Navy or grey tailored trousers (no leggings)
  • Navy blue sweatshirt, cardigan or jumper
  • White shirt or polo shirt
  • White socks or dark tights
  • Sensible black shoes – NO TRAINERS
  • Red tie (optional)

Boys

  • Grey tailored trousers
  • Navy blue jumper/sweatshirt
  • White shirt or polo shirt
  • Grey socks
  • Sensible black shoes – NO TRAINERS
  • Red tie (optional)

Summer Uniform

Girls

  • Simple blue and white dress

Boys

  • White shirt or polo shirt
  • Grey tailored trousers or shorts
  • Sensible black shoes or sandals – NO TRAINERS

PE Kit

  • White plain t-shirt or polo shirt
  • Navy plain shorts
  • Black pumps for indoors
  • Trainers for outdoor games only

Notes

  • Parents are requested to ensure that all items of clothing are marked clearly with your child’s name. Personalised labels can be purchased via the school office.
  • Jewellery should not be worn in school. Dangling earrings are not allowed for safety reasons. Small ear studs/sleepers are permitted, as are a cross/chain or other religious symbol which should be worn inside the child’s shirt.
  • Nail varnish is not permitted.
  • Please check your child’s footwear regularly to ensure that shoes and pumps are safe.
  • 'Fashion shoes' are not suitable for everyday school wear. All shoes need a good/safe grip.
  • Children are only required to change into pumps/trainers at breaktimes when they are timetabled to use the climbing equipment.
  • PE kit should be kept in a named, drawstring PE bag in the cloakroom.
  • Children should all have a blue reading bag – obtainable from the school office for £6.50.
  • No other bags should be brought to school unless needed on special activity days.

Hairstyles

Sensible and appropriate hairstyles should be adopted at all times. The following guidance should be noted:

  • No patterns shaved into hair.
  • No Mohican or other similarly stylised haircuts.
  • No styles involving different lengths of hair.
  • No hair colouring.