Uniform

BOYS

 

FS and KS1 – Black sensible shoes, no trainers

KS2 -Sensible footwear for coming to school and at playtimes. Black shoes  are preferred as this does enhance the image of the school (please refrain from any coloured trainers).

White or dark socks

Grey trousers

Grey trouser shorts

Red or white polo t-shirt

Red  jumper or fleece

White shirt

 

P.E - indoor

Black shorts

T-shirt – house colour or plain white

 

Outdoor

Trainers

Tracksuit or black shorts

T-shirt – house colour or plain white

 

 

Children should come to school with clothing that accommodates the weather at that time.  In the colder months children must wear a warm waterproof coat and hat, scarf and gloves where possible. 

At school we understand that there is often additional pressure put onto you by your children to wear the latest ‘must have’ fashion accessories, often those worn by older brothers or sisters, but can we please ask that these are not worn for school. These often include three quarter length leggings under dresses, ankle style leg warmers, short skirts, headbands and other jewellery style accessories. Items of clothing with logos on e.g. red jumpers with sports logos, should also not be worn when in school.

Can we also request that the boys don’t wear any visible ‘sports skins’ under their t-shirts. 

GIRLS

 

FS and KS1 – Black sensible shoes, no heels.

KS2 - Sensible footwear for coming to school and at playtimes. Black shoes - as this does enhance the image of the school. No heels of any description please.

White or dark socks

Plain red, grey or black tights

Grey skirt or trousers

Grey pinafore dress

White blouse

Red or white polo t-shirt

Red cardigan or jumper

Red and white checked dress

 

P.E - indoor

Black shorts

T-shirt – house colour or plain white

Yr 6 are allowed to wear dark leggings

Outdoor

Trainers

Tracksuit or black shorts

T-shirt – house colour or plain white

Could all parents and guardians please take note of the following;

 

‘Our policy does also include that children should not have ‘extreme’ haircuts for school as these can cause a significant distraction and they are not permitted when they move up to secondary school.

Jewellery, other than a sensible watch and plain stud earrings, should not be worn and pupils should not wear make up, including nail varnish and temporary tattoos, for school. Can parents also ensure that children do not come to school with fake-tan.

Earrings must be removed for PE and swimming—please note that staff cannot remove or replace earrings for children and plasters are no longer allowed due to health and safety reasons. Children will not be allowed to do P.E if they have earrings in.

 

School also ask that hair accessories are also kept to a minimum with hair tied back with a simple bobble or hair grips and not the larger style of headbands etc. We do also ask that mobile phones and other expensive items are not brought to school.’