Uniform

Please ensure that your child’s property is clearly marked with their name and class. This will ensure that should they accidentally leave it somewhere it may be returned to the rightful owner. Please note, that the school cannot be held responsible for the personal belongings of anyone on site.

Children are expected to maintain a smart standard of dress and MUST arrive at school wearing their sweatshirt or cardigans.

What is allowed:
Black/grey trousers/shorts,
White shirt/blouse,
Bottle green jumper/cardigan/sweatshirt,
Grey pinafore/skirt,
Green and white gingham summer dress,
White, grey or black socks (girls may wear white socks),
Black school shoes. Shoes should be flat, robust and safe, with enclosed toes. Flimsy shoes are not going to be strong enough for the daily run. The shoes should not have any decorative material on them.

The following items are available through the School Office:

Sweatshirts – £8.50/£9.00
Book bags – £4.50

To order (via ParentPay/School Office) we also have:

Polo shirts – £7.00
Cardigans – £10.00
Green Sports ‘T’ shirts – £4.00
PE Bags £4.00

Parents are asked to maintain standards by providing children with school clothing in the spirit of these guidelines. Please ensure all items are named.

What is not allowed:
Jeans, cords, ski-pants, tracksuit trousers, trousers with large fashion zips, sports trainers, sports shorts, trainer socks.

Large rucksacks are not allowed, as there is not enough room in classrooms, children should bring drawstring bags.

Black shorts,
Plain white ‘T’ shirt, or green ‘T’ shirt with school logo, which may be ordered via ParentPay/School Office at a cost of £4.00.
PE shoes daps/trainers will be required for PE lessons.

A one-piece swimsuit is required for swimming lessons.

KS2 hockey – children will need to have gum shields and shin pads and, if possible, a hockey stick and football boots.

Team kit will be provided if your child represents the school at fixtures.

PE bags may also be purchased via ParentPay/School Office at a cost of £4.00.

It is school policy that jewellery including friendship bands etc. should not be worn. (Medical alert chains are permitted.) Necklaces and earrings are particularly dangerous in games and playground activities. Children with pierced ears may wear studs, but not earrings. Watches are permitted, at the owner’s risk, but chimes and alarms should be turned off!

Hair should be natural colours during term time and long hair should be tied up whilst at school, as it can be dangerous during PE.