A uniform gives a school and its pupils an identity. It bears the school logo and we believe it is essential in helping to establish standards. Every child must wear the correct school uniform on each school day.
We strongly suggest that all clothes are named clearly so that mislaid items can be quickly returned.
In summer, an alternative for girls is either a blue or yellow check or striped dress.
Trousers and Skirts
All trousers and skirts must be plain grey and appropriate for school wear.
Sweatshirt, Pullover or Buttoned Cardigan
Socks and Tights
Socks and tights should be plain in colour: grey, navy, black or white.
School shoes (sandals in summer) should be of a plain style and dark colour with heels no more than 5cm high. Trainers may be brought into school to wear during playtimes and lunchtimes.
All children must have PE kit in school at all times; this should be kept in a suitable PE bag. Long hair should be tied back and absolutely no jewellery, including earrings, should be worn.
Kit: Navy T-shirt printed with the school crest, plain shorts and plimsolls. Sports fleeces are also available with the school crest. Trainers are advisable for outdoor games. Some children may need football boots and they will be advised when appropriate.
The wearing of jewellery is not recommended. Pupils with pierced ears may wear a simple stud only. Watches (excluding smart watches) may be worn but removed for all games and PE activities.
Pupils with long hair must have it tied so as not to interfere with normal school activities such as art and games.
Nail Varnish and False Nails
The wearing of nail varnish or false nails is not permitted.
It is recommended that pupils wear reflective armbands during winter months to help reduce accidents. Safety and health considerations also apply to the recommendations about shoes, sports wear, jewellery and hair.