Acceptance of a place at this school means acceptance of the school uniform. The uniform gives a visible sign of belonging to the school and helps the development of a community spirit whilst also ensuring equality of status in dress. Pupils are expected to look smart at all times and dress to work.
We encourage children to wear branded uniform, however we are also happy for other royal blue cardigans or jumpers to be worn which can be purchased elsewhere.
Should you experience financial difficulties in equipping your child with uniform, there is some help available. Families seeking advice should speak to the Head Teacher, who will treat the matter with the utmost confidence.
For all pupils (either logo or plain) – a royal blue sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan. White shirt or white or sky blue polo T shirt.
Boys – Grey trousers or shorts.
Girls – Grey skirt, pinafore, trousers or shorts.
Blue and white stripe or checked summer dresses may be worn in the warmer weather.
Socks should be white or dark coloured (plain grey, black) or grey tights. White socks in summer with dresses/skirts.
Shoes for both boys and girls should be plain black and girls should have holding straps or fastenings and no heels.
Many items bearing the school logo can be ordered via our approved supplier, Mapac.
Plain items can be purchased elsewhere.
PE Kit – All children should have a change of clothing and footwear for PE and games.
Plain black or royal blue (available from Mapac) shorts and a white T shirt is the kit for all children.
For outdoor games activities in cold weather children should have royal blue (available from Mapac) or plain black jogging bottoms and sweatshirt with plain black trainers.
Kit should be kept in school in a drawstring bag, not backpacks please as cloakroom space is extremely limited.
Book bags are also available to purchase through Mapac.
Friends of the School hold frequent second hand uniform sales, when good condition items can be purchased for a small donation.
All clothing should be clearly marked with your child’s name, as the school cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to clothing and personal property.
Make-up and jewellery should not be worn and long hair should be tied back.
Please ensure that hair accessories are school colours and small in size.