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Uniform Information

Uniform

In order to achieve our school aims, we require all pupils to wear school uniform which consists of:

  • a navy blue jumper, cardigan or fleece*

  • royal blue polo t-shirt*

  • grey trousers or grey skirt of a reasonable length or grey pinafore

  • black, flat and sensible shoes – no boots or heels higher than 4cm inclusive of any platform

  • grey tights, dark socks or white socks

  • grey shorts of a reasonable length

  • pale blue gingham dress

  • sun hat or cap to protect from the sun.

 

Items marked * above are available to be purchased from the approved uniform supplier and are decorated with the school logo.

School uniform is optional, but encouraged for children in the Nursery class.

 

 

PE Kit

  • House colour t-shirt (plain or with school logo) or white polo shirt.

  • Navy shorts or tracksuit bottoms.

  • Trainers.

(Children in Key Stage 2 may wear trainers outside during breaks and lunch.)

 

 

Jewellery

  • Pupils should not wear jewellery to school, except should a pupil have pierced ears, one pair of plain studs may be worn.

  • In order to comply with health and safety regulations, stud earrings must be removed by the child before participation in PE and physical activity.

 

We request that parents who wish to allow their child to have their ear/s pierced wait until the summer holiday to do so. This should allow time for the ears to heal sufficiently to allow their child to remove stud earrings before PE and/or physical activity.

Please note that the school will be unable to take any responsibility for any jewellery that is lost or stolen.

 

Watches

  • Watches may be worn to school. They must be removed, however, and collected by a staff member before PE lessons and/or physical activity.

Please note that the school will be unable to take any responsibility for any watches that are lost or stolen.

 

Hair

  • We recommend that hair should be neat and tidy and worn with no extremes of style or colour

  • Pupils should only wear a plain bobble, clips or a thin, plain hairband when necessary. These should not have adornments such as flowers or bows.

  • Barrettes, bandanas, scarves, ribbons and wide headbands should not be worn.

  • Long hair should be tied back with a plain bobble during PE and physical activity for safety.

 

 

Make Up

  • No make up or nail varnish should be worn.

 

Equipment

  • Bags to carry equipment and belongings in should be of a reasonable size as space in the cloakrooms is limited.

  • Mobile phones should not be brought into school without the permission of the Headteacher.

  • No medicine should ever be brought to school by a child with the exception of inhalers or Epi-pens. Please see the Health and Safety Policy for further details.

  • Money should only be brought to school for a specific permissible purpose.

 

All the items above are readily available from the high street or supermarket. If parents and carers find it difficult to obtain any item, including for financial reasons, please contact the school. Our uniform has been kept simple to avoid unnecessary expense. We expect all pupils to follow the dress code as written above.

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