The school has an attractive school uniform. The school colours are royal blue and yellow. Sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts, PE shirts and shorts, fleeces and school coats carrying the school logo are available to purchase from school.
Dark grey skirt to the knee, allowing room for movement or dark grey pinafore
Dark grey trousers or knee length shorts
Yellow polo shirt (with school logo)
Blue cardigan or sweatshirt (with school logo)
Black, white or grey tights
white or grey knee length or ankle socks
Blue school fleece (with school logo)
Summer term: Blue and white gingham or candy striped dress and blue school cardigan/ sweatshirt (with school logo)
Black shoes (no boots or trainers)
Trainers, yellow school T-shirt (with school logo)* and plain black shorts
For outside PE in cold weather children are permitted to wear plain black jogging bottoms and black sweatshirt
In the interest of hygiene children must change for PE.
Hair that is longer than shoulder-length must be tied back and not be allowed to hang loose for PE and games.
We also make certain recommendations, which comply with Health and Safety Regulations:
Fashion shoes are not suitable for school. Heels should not be higher than 4 cm (measuring at the back of the heel) and should not be narrow based. Open-toe sandals are not appropriate.
Wellington boots may be worn to school and during play, but shoes should be provided for children to change into indoors.
Jewellery should not be worn in school. Watches should also not be worn as these can be easily mislaid or broken. There are plenty of clocks in school so children should not need a watch.
If your child's ears have been pierced, you are asked to make sure that your child wears flat sleepers in school. Earrings are dangerous for PE and Games and must be removed or taped over. Staff members are not permitted to do it for them. Please provide plaster or similar tape for your child’s earrings if they cannot be removed because of the six weeks healing period. After this time earrings must be removed for PE and Games and be the child’s responsibility. The best time for your child to have their ears pierced is during the school holidays.
Hair that is longer than shoulder-length must be tied back and not be allowed to hang loose;this is for safety reasons as well as health reasons. Hairbands should be fairly plain and not have any sharp points.
Nail varnish, make-up and transfers (temporary tattoos) are also not appropriate for school and should be removed before children arrive at school.
If the weather is very sunny, we advise that you apply sun cream to your child before school. Staff members are not permitted to apply sun cream to the pupils.
We recommend that all children purchase a school book bag – this ensures books and homework travels to and from school safely.