There is a school uniform and we actively encourage children to wear it as it fosters a sense of community and belonging.
- Red sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan in plain red or with the school logo
- Black or grey trousers
- Black or grey skirt or pinafore
- White polo-shirt
- Black shoes or trainers (No markings)
- Black or grey tights or black/grey/white socks.
- As above
- Black or grey shorts, skirt or culottes
- Red and white ‘school’ summer dress
- Sweatshirts, cardigans and polo shirts can be ordered from the School Office.
Parents are requested to mark all items of clothing and property with their child's name.
For P.E. children wear black shorts and a white T-shirt. These can be ordered from the School Office. Children have bare feet for indoor PE. Children will need trainers for outdoor games. Tracksuits may be worn during cold weather. Please ensure your child always has a PE kit available in school. Kits can be left in bags on your child’s peg in the cloakroom, and periodically brought home to be washed etc., but we feel it is important that equipment is readily available in school.
The Head Teacher has the right to prohibit the wearing of certain types of clothing if they are deemed unsuitable for school.
Jewellery, including earrings, should not be worn in the interests of health and safety.
Hairstyles should be smart and appropriate. We strongly discourage shaved ‘tramlines’, ‘mohicans’ etc.
How To Order
The school colour is royal blue and the uniform consists of:
- Grey/black trousers or a skirt
- White polo shirt (*£7)
- Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan (*£8, £8.50)
- Black shoes
- Blue checked dresses – summer uniform for girls (optional)
(* available from office)
Please note shoes with high heels or platform soles are not suitable for health and safety reasons.
We also have a PE uniform which is available from the office.
- White t-shirt (*4)
- Blue Shorts (*£4)
- Slip on sandshoes
In some PE lessons, such as dance or gymnastics children may need to work in bare feet.
Children should not wear jewellery or bring personal property to school, unless permission has been given by the class teacher or Head Teacher (small studs only). The school will accept no responsibility for any lost or damaged property. In keeping with County and National guidelines, we do not allow children to wear earrings during PE and swimming lessons. Please arrange for your child not to wear them on the days when they have these activities. Alternatively, children can remove and replace their own earrings and bring a suitable container in which to store them. It must be noted that staff are not allowed to do this. As with all matters, it is the safety of your own and other children that is our major concern.
Children in KS2 can wear a watch for school.