Uniform

Our uniform comprises a sweatshirt or cardigan embroidered with the school logo and name. Both are available from the school office. Plain red cardigans are not acceptable.

Children should also wear a white polo shirt. White polo shirts with the school logo are available from the school office, but plain white polo shirts are acceptable and are readily available from a variety of shops.

In addition, girls should wear black trousers, skirts or knee length culottes - not 'leggings' style stretchy trousers. In summer, girls may instead wear dark red gingham dresses or the more recent playsuit - as illustrated below. Boys should wear black trousers or shorts.

For boys and girls, shoes - not boots - should be black with black, white or grey socks or tights - not red or other coloured tights. In winter, children may wear boots to walk to school, but should bring black shoes to change into on arrival at school.

Details and a price list for items of uniform are available from the school office in good time before the start of the school year in September. Clothing grants are available in certain circumstances to assist with the purchase of items of clothing for use in school.

Parents are asked to ensure that their children are dressed appropriately and that their clothing bears the name of the child.


Uniform Examples

These children are wearing uniform which follows our uniform policy. We would like everyone to try to make sure they are wearing acceptable uniform.


P.E. Kit

Children also need a separate PE kit which should comprise black or white shorts, white tee-shirt and plimsolls or trainers. They can also wear a plain, dark tracksuit in colder weather if they choose.


Jewellery

The wearing of jewellery is not permitted for reasons of safety. A simple pair of stud earrings and a watch with the child’s name on are the only exceptions. If parents wish to allow children to have their ears pierced they are advised that it would be very helpful to have this done at the beginning of a summer holiday period, as we ask children to remove them for PE. If earrings cannot be removed due to the healing process, children will be asked to cover their earrings with micropore tape or a plaster.