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Our School Uniform

All children wear school uniform. Details of uniform suppliers can be obtained from the school secretary. Certain items are available from the school office.

GIRLS

  • School Blouse (white)
  • White Polo Shirt with logo (currently Nursery only)
  • Grey pinafore dress or grey skirt or grey tailored trousers
  • Grey cardigan or pullover - with a cerise stripe and logo
  • Polycotton dress (cyclamen(pink) /white check) for summer
  • Mid-grey tights (winter)
  • Plain white knee or ankle socks (summer)

BOYS

  • Tie (cyclamen(Pink)
  • White shirt
  • School maroon polo shirt with logo (worn April to October half term)
  • Grey pullover - with a cerise stripe and logo
  • Trousers (mid-grey) – Shorts (mid grey)
  • Mid-grey knee or ankle length socks

Outdoor

We offer a school logo grey fleece

Footwear

Parents are encouraged to provide a suitable pair of black school shoes. Fashion shoes, open toed sandals or boots are not appropriate.

Hats

In Summer, hats should be worn. We offer a legionnaires cap with the school logo and these are available from the school office.

P.E. kit for Boys and Girls

  • White T-shirt with or without school logo
  • Black shorts
  • Trainer shoes
  • Draw string P.E. bag
  • Tracksuits & trainers are worn by Reception children.

IT IS IMPORTANT THAT ALL CLOTHING, BUT ESPECIALLY THAT WHICH CHILDREN ARE LIKELY TO REMOVE AT SCHOOL, SHOULD BE CLEARLY MARKED IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE RECOVERY OF MISLAID ARTICLES. LOST PROPERTY IS HOUSED IN A CENTRAL AREA WITHIN SCHOOL.

Jewellery

Jewellery, including rings, must not be worn in school. Ear studs are permitted but must be plain, gold spheres. We recommend that ear studs should not be worn on P.E. days, if a child does have ear studs in we will provide micropore to cover the ear studs during the lesson. Religious pieces which must not be removed should be covered with a stretch wristband for safety.

Hairstyles

In the interest of health and safety, hair should be neat and tidy, Long hair should be kept tied back at all times, not just for P.E.

Monies

Any monies which need to be brought to school must be in a named purse, money-belt or in a named envelope. Children very easily drop coins and we cannot be responsible for ‘lost’ money.