Children in Reception, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 wear school uniform. Uniform is not compulsory in the Nursery although most parents like their children to wear it.
The children wear Royal Blue sweatshirts or cardigans, preferably with the school logo, white or blue shirt/blouse/polo shirt and grey skirt or trousers.
Jackets, sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts, PE t-shirts and shorts can be purchased from the PTA, call in at the school office for an order form or download one here.
In the summer blue check school dresses may be worn, white polo shirts with the school logo or plain white or blue polo shirts. All items of clothing should be clearly marked with your child’s name.
Children should wear sensible school shoes that are suitable for all day wear. Shoes with deep grooves in the sole are to be discouraged as they bring dirt into school. If for whatever reason school shoes are not available, children on a temporary basis can (with the Headteacher’s permission) wear an alternative pair of shoes for outdoor use and pumps indoors.
Appropriate clothing and footwear should be provided for the various sporting and P.E. activities e.g. football boots and not trainers. P.E. clothing and plimsolls should be kept in a P.E. bag. The required items for P.E. are white T-shirt, blue/black shorts, black pumps (trainers in KS2). The bag and its contents should be clearly marked with the child’s name. Many of these items can be purchased through the PTA.
Extreme hairstyles, haircuts and coloured hair are not allowed. Children with long hair should wear it tied back for safety and hygiene reasons.
No form of jewellery is allowed in school for safety reasons. If your child wishes to have their ears pierced it must be at the beginning of the 6 weeks summer holidays so that they can be removed for school time.
Nail varnish is not permitted.