Uniform

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 PE kit), bags, water bottles and lunch boxes should be named.

Clothing

  • Grey culottes, skirt, pinafore, grey trousers, grey shorts, green and white striped/checked dress
  • White blouse or shirt with green/gold tie *, white polo Shirt (without a tie) *
  • Bottle-green jumper, cardigan or sweatshirt *
  • White or grey socks, grey or bottle green tights
  • Sensible shoes, i.e. no raised heels or sling backs or trainers
  • School ski hat* , school base-ball cap *

N.B. Skirts/dresses/pinafores/culottes/shorts should be knee length. This is practical for the varied activities during the school day.

PE Kit

  • Navy/Black or white shorts* and white, green or grey t-shirt *
  • Plimsolls
  • Trainers may be worn by pupils in Oak & Elm classes for some games activities
  • Track suits may be worn for games, during cold winter weather, by all pupils
  • Swimming costume or trunks not shorts (as required), swimming hat for all pupils
  • All pupils should attend school with their hair in an appropriate style. Any extreme styles or coloured hair will not be accepted.
  • All pupils with long hair should wear it tied back, as simply and securely as possible at all times during the school day.  No large bows or other hair adornments will be accepted except for a grey, green or white flat hair band.
  • The PE kit should be kept in school all week, in a named PE bag – no plastic bags please. This need to be hung on the pupil’s peg or in their locker.
  • Children should not bring large  bags to school – only school book bags are allowed.
  • All articles of school uniform, bags and PE kit should be named

No jewellery is permitted except for a wrist watch and one pair of stud earrings.

Charity wrist bands are not to be worn routinely – please first check with the head teacher.

No nail varnish or make up should be worn to school. If this has been worn at the weekend it will need to be fully removed before attending school.

During special events e.g. comic relief day, or extreme weather conditions, parents will be advised if uniform rules are to be relaxed for the duration.

Any requests to wear clothing or accessories of a religious or cultural nature should be agreed with the head teacher.

If any large bags are needed to be brought to school e.g. overnight bag, please discuss with the class teacher where this should be stored.

* items available for purchase via the school office