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We believe that wearing a school uniform promotes a sense of identity and belonging to a community, and instils a sense of pride in the children.

They are therefore encouraged to wear school uniforms at all times and to be neat and tidy.


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School Uniform

  • Black trousers (tailored fit) / skirt / pinafore dress.

  • N.B. Leggings and culottes are not allowed as alternatives to trousers.

  • A blue & white checked dress or black shorts can be worn between Easter and October.

  • Plain pale blue shirt/polo shirt (must have a collar) with or without the school logo.

  • School sweatshirt or cardigan with logo.

  • Socks should be black/grey. Black tights may be worn with a skirt or pinafore dress. White socks may be worn with the blue and white checked dress.

  • School shoes must be black, low heeled and suitable for active play at school. N.B. trainers/trainer style shoes or boots are not permitted, and open-toed sandals should not be worn, even in the summer term.

P.E./Games Kit

For health and safety reasons, it is essential that children are dressed appropriately for any physical activity. All children should wear:

  • Plain white t-shirt (with or without school logo).

  • Royal Blue or Black shorts.

  • Black plimsolls.

  • Children can wear a school sweatshirt or cardigan with their PE kit. Children may also wear tracksuit bottoms when the weather is cold, which should be either blue or black.

  • All PE kit should be kept in a named bag and be in school at all times.

  • Children in Years 4-6 who go swimming need a towel, swimming trunks (not long shorts) or costume (no bikinis) carried in a waterproof bag. Hair must be tied back where necessary.

Outdoor Clothing 

Children should bring a coat to school each day, as they play outside unless the weather is too wet. They will need a warm coat in the winter and a raincoat when the weather is warmer. We recommend that children wear sunhats during the summer when the sun is strong.

It is very important for all items of clothing to be clearly and permanently named. 

Jewellery, Makeup & 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 hairband. Extreme hairstyles (Mohawks, tramlines, shaved patterns, or cuts less than a grade 2) are not allowed.

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