Uniform

We believe that wearing school uniform promotes a sense of identity and belonging to a community, and instills a sense of pride in the children. They are therefore encouraged to wear school uniform at all times, and to be neat and tidy.

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As of September 2014 the school uniform has been:
 

For Girls:

  • School sweatshirt or cardigan
  • Pale blue polo shirt (plain or with school logo)
  • Black skirt (no culottes) or pinafore
  • Trousers may be worn but must be black – tailored type not flared or leggings
  • Tights (black) or socks (black, grey or white)
  • Sensible flat black shoes (not training shoes)
  • Blue and white  school summer dress only between Easter and October 
  • School summer hat ( if required)
  • White PE shirt (School PE shirt with logo available)
  • Blue or black PE shorts
  • Black plimsolls (trainers may be worn for outdoor sport only)

 

 For Boys:

  • School sweatshirt
  • Pale blue polo shirt (plain or with school logo)
  • Black trousers (long or short) 
  • Socks (black or grey)
  • Black shoes (not training shoes)
  • School summer hat (if required)
  • White PE shirt (School PE shirt with logo available)
  • Blue or black PE shorts
  • Black plimsolls (trainers may be worn for outdoor sport only)

Pale blue polo shirts (logoed or unlogoed) are compulsory for year R as from September 2014 and an option for other year groups.  (This allows a phasing in of the move to all blue polo shirts in the school from 2020).

It is very important for all items of clothing to be clearly and permanently named. If you would like to use iron on labels why not follow the link to the ezepze labels website?
 
 
Jewellery, Make up and Hair:
 
Jewellery of all kinds is inappropriate for school. For safety reasons, bracelets, necklaces, rings and any earrings other than a plain stud may not be worn. Staff will remove such items from children and return them at the end of the school day. Children may wear one set of plain stud earrings, which must either be removed by the children themselves or taped over before taking part in any P.E., Games or Drama activities.
 
Junior school children may wear a simple watch to school but it is the responsibility of the child and must be removed before any P.E. activities.
 
Neither nail varnish nor make up of any kind should be worn at school.
 
Long hair, on both boys and girls, should be tied back neatly with a plain black/white or blue hair band. Extreme hairstyles (Mohawks, tramlines, shaved patterns, or cuts less than a grade 2) are not allowed.