School Uniform

uniform

Both the staff and Governors are in support of a uniformed dress code guided by the principles given below. We believe this helps create an identity for the school. It may also stop children competing in the “fashion stakes”, as well as proving cheaper to parents in the long run.

Everyday Uniform:

  • Blue Sweatshirts/cardigans
  • Navy, grey or black trousers or skirts
  • Navy, grey or black shorts in summer
  • Lemon, pale blue, royal blue or white polo shirts
  • Sensible, functional black shoes (No trainers)
  • Striped or checked gingham dresses – blue or yellow

We kindly request that children do not wear denim jeans, denim shorts or tracksuit bottoms.

For health and safety reasons within the school environment, we ask that all pupils wear sensible shoes.

No jewellery (except one pair of small stud earrings or a wristwatch) is allowed.

 

Physical Education:

  • White t-shirts dark tracksuit/jogging bottoms, dark shorts white t-shirt, sweatshirt, training shoes
  • No jewellery, including earrings, should be worn during any form of physical activity

Due to Health & Safety reasons, if your child is unable to remove their earrings, then can you please provide plasters or tape so that they may cover their own ears (please note that this is not the responsibility of school staff).

We recommend that if you wish your child to have their ears pierced, then please do so at the beginning of the summer holidays to enable them to heal prior to starting school in September.

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