The uniform is a practical set of clothes suited to life at school. It underlines the idea that the child is coming to school wearing special clothes ready for work. It is a form of self-discipline, not a fashion statement. The uniform also helps develop the idea of belonging to a community.
All school uniform, including the PE kit, should be named.
- Grey skirt, grey pinafore, grey culottes or grey trousers.
- Summer uniform option: Green and white checked dress or grey shorts
- White polo Shirt *
- Year 6 ONLY to wear a yellow polo shirt
- Bottle-green jumper, cardigan/sweatshirt *
- Bottle-green school fleece *
- White socks, grey/bottle green tights or black/grey socks
- Sensible shoes, i.e. no raised heels, no opened toe sandals, sling backs or trainers
- School base-ball / legionnaires cap *
N.B. Skirts/dresses/pinafores/culottes should be knee length.
This is practical for the varied activities during the school day.
- White t-shirt *
- Black shorts or black skirt
- Plimsolls, Black or White plain Trainers
- Black or Grey Track suits may be worn for games, during cold winter weather, by all pupils
The PE kit can be kept in school for the term, in a named drawstring PE bag* – NO plastic bags please
Other Things to Note
- Boys and girls should attend school with their hair in an appropriate style
- Children with shoulder length hair must wear it tied back, as simply and securely as possible at all times during the school day. Hair ties/bands should be school colours or neutral i.e. brown/black/green and plain. Hair bands are not worn in PE.
- Children should bring one bag to school. School backpacks and bookbags can be purchased from the office.
- All articles brought to school should be clearly named (and renewed after washing)
* Items available for purchase via the school office