It is our policy that all children should wear clothing that is in keeping with a purposeful learning ethos.
We also believe it is important that certain activities are facilitated by specialised and appropriate clothing when attending school, or when participating in a school-organised event outside normal school hours.
Our School Uniform Policy
A copy of our Uniform Policy can be viewed by clicking HERE or a paper copy is available on request.
School uniform sweatshirts, cardigans and PE t-shirts with the school logo can be purchased from Fairway Graphics on their website and book bags and water bottles can be purchased via Parentmail. Children are encouraged to wear jumpers/cardigans with the school logo to instill a sense of pride in belonging to our school.
Children with long hair should wear this tied back (also for heath and safety purposes) with black, blue, or white hair accessories.
Our school uniform consists of:
White or pale blue polo shirt with/without logo
Navy/black sweatshirt/cardigan with/without logo
Navy or black trousers
Navy or black skirt or pinafore
Blue gingham dress
Sensible footwear should be worn (no high-heeled or platform soled shoes/boots).
N.B. Trainers are not acceptable footwear for school.
Our PE kit consists of:
Navy or white t-shirt with/without logo
Navy or black shorts or leotard
Black pumps for indoor (optional) /black trainers for outdoors
Blue or black tracksuit top and bottoms for outdoor games
In Year 5 the children have swimming lessons. The swimming pool is very strict about the swimming uniform: – Plain swimming trunks for the boys (**please note, NOT shorts) and one piece swimsuits for the girls (**please note, NOT bikinis), should be worn.
• Make up (including coloured lip balm) should not be worn.
• Nail varnish/false nails are strictly not allowed including on non-uniform days.
• Earrings – ONLY STUD EARRINGS can be worn in school, no looped or dangly earrings are allowed. On PE days you must ensure your child’s earrings are covered with tape.
The school cannot be held responsible for any personal property (e.g. watches) brought on to the school premises. The Governors’ policy is that jewellery should not be worn at school.
If a child has pierced ears, studs may be worn but these should be removed or taped over by the child during PE/Games lessons. If you wish your child to have his/her ears pierced, this should be done at the beginning of the summer holidays. This will ensure that earrings can be removed for school without the risk of infection.