We pride ourselves on our children looking smart and ready to learn. We expect all children to be in full school uniform at all times - this includes correct PE uniform on their PE days.
Parents are reminded that all items of school clothing should be clearly named.
The previous uniform requirement of branded T-shirts is now optional, to make uniform more affordable. Plain white polo shirts are acceptable school uniform. Branded polo shirts are still available from our online shop if you prefer.
Our uniform expectations
Girls: Smart grey or black skirt or trousers, white polo shirt, and school sweatshirt, cardigan or fleece with logo.
Boys: Smart grey or black trousers or shorts, white polo shirt, and school sweatshirt or fleece with emblem.
Footwear: For both boys and girls, flat heeled plain black shoes, and white, grey, black or dark green socks.
Headwear: Children with shoulder leangth hair or longer, should tie their hair up. When hair bobbles or thin headbands are worn they should be plain black, white, grey, or dark green.
PE Uniform: Children wear PE kit for the whole day on their two PE days each week. This should consist of a school T-shirt in house colours, plain black shorts or trousers, and plain black trainers. School jumpers should also be worn on colder days.
SCHOOL UNIFORM SHOP
School branded sweatshirts, cardigans, polo and P.E. T shirts are available to order from the ONLINE SHOP HERE.
Please note - children come to school dressed in their PE kit on their PE days (this is usually 2 days a week), so do consider this when ordering uniform.
We always have a stock of pre-loved / second hand uniform available to purchase at a nominal cost. Please speak to the school office to enquire about availability.
Please Also Note
Children with long hair (girls and boys) should have their hair tied back at school.
The wearing of jewellery, including earrings and ear-studs (metal or plastic), is not permitted on safety grounds during physical education lessons and other sporting activities such as out of hours school learning or competitive fixtures. These items represent a potential hazard not only to the wearer but also to other children.