Our school uniform in royal blue and grey is strongly recommended. We recognise that children need comfortable hard wearing clothes for school, which are easy to wash.
The children are asked to wear royal blue sweatshirts over yellow polo shirts and plain grey trousers or skirts. During the summer months we allow blue and white checked dress for the girls and grey shorts for the boys.
School uniform is available from Total Sport, this can be ordered on online
For health and safety reasons we ask that children wear plain, black sensible, flat heeled shoes or trainers for school. Boots are not suitable for wearing throughout the school day.
The Head Teacher has the right to prohibit the wearing of certain types of clothing types of clothing or particular item which are deemed on safety or other grounds to be unsuitable for wear in school.
Denim jeans are not suitable clothing and should not be worn.
The school does not permit children to have ‘extreme’ haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children.
Hairstyles and haircuts which are deemed too extreme include tramlines, extensions, stars, shaved heads (no shorter than a number 2), extreme patterns ‘V’ styles, Mohican cuts and dyed, tipped or dipped hair.
Pupils with long hair should also tie it back for safety reasons.
School PE kit of blue T-shirt / shorts / tracksuit bottoms and hoody should be worn for PE lessons. Children can come to school dressed in PE kit on PE days. Trainers or plimsolls should be provided to change into for PE. If you would like to purchase a PE kits can also be purchased from the Total Sport. For swimming lessons we expect black swimwear to be worn.
All children are expected to join in PE lessons. Exceptions are only made when a medical certificate or note is provided.
A paper copy of the School Uniform Policy is available from the school office upon request.