School Uniform

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School Uniform

  • Jumpers & cardigans - navy
  • Polo-shirts & shirts - white
  • Trousers & shorts - black or charcoal
  • Skirts & pinafores - black or charcoal 
  • Summer dresses - blue & white checked
  • Shoes - black

Sweatshirts and cardigans with the school logo are available from the school office.

Hoodies are not allowed in place of school jumpers or cardigans. 

We ask that all clothing is named. 

PE Kit

  • Plain white t-shirt
  • Plain black/charcoal shorts
  • Plimsolls/Trainers
  • Navy tracksuit or jogging bottoms may be worn for winter outdoor activities
PE kit must be available in school every day.

PE kit should be stored in a drawstring PE bag; these are available from the School Office.

Forest School

The children must bring a change of clothes for all Forest School sessions. Clothing must be suitable for outdoor activities in all conditions. Please make sure all clothing and bags are named. 

Hair Safety and Hygiene
For various health and safety, and hygiene reasons, we expect children with long hair to have it tied back at school at all times, not only for PE sessions.

Clothing for art activities

For curriculum art/painting activities we are able to provide aprons for the children.  

For health and safety reasons, the only items of jewellery allowed are one pair of small stud earrings, (one in each ear), and a wristwatch. Their safekeeping is the responsibility of the child and must be removed, by the child, for PE, (including swimming). To avoid having to miss PE, swimming sessions or outdoor and adventurous activities at another venue we advise parents and carers to wait until the beginning of the summer holidays before having their child’s ears pierced.

To avoid loss, damage, disputed ownership or any other confusion, our policy on bringing toys and games to school has always been as follows: 

  • Children should not bring toys, games, balls or any other items of value into school

This includes not bringing play equipment into school at the beginning and end of the school day, since very young children and babies are often present in our playgrounds. At mid-session playtimes and lunch times, a range of play equipment is provided for the children to share.