We believe that by asking our children to wear school uniform creates a justifiable pride in our school and themselves. We believe that uniform encourages good discipline and supports the school ethos by giving our children a real sense of identity with their school as well as establishing a sense of unity that we all belong and are a part of something great!
Our School uniform is:
A grey school jumper
(jade green trim and school badge)
v-neck vest/tank top
White buttoned shirt
School tie (jade green, grey and gold)
Grey tartan skirt
Grey tartan pinafore
(in the Summer months, a green/white gingham summer dress may be worn without a tie)
|Black 'sensible' school shoes|
For P.E. lessons, all children need a plain white t-shirt, green shorts and plimsolls. Children will need trainers for the daily 'run-a-mile'.
A school tracksuit is also available.
A school fleece, reversible coat, school backpack and baseball cap are all available from our suppliers.
We would appreciate your support in ensuring your child wears school uniform, including proper school shoes. Until your child has learnt to tie shoelaces, it is often useful for shoes to be Velcro fastening.
It would be appreciated if you could provide your child with an old adult-sized shirt for messy activities.
A small drawstring P.E. bag to hold your child’s P.E. kit would be appreciated (a school one can be purchased from the school office). P.E. kits are to be kept in school over a half-term and will be sent home during holidays to be washed.
Please name all clothing as thirty children in one class could all be wearing the same sized clothes!
Children may wear a watch for school.
We would prefer children not to wear any jewellery but will allow one pair of stud earrings. If you are planning on having your child’s ears pierced, please wait for the long summer break. For health and safety reasons, children are not permitted any bangles, bracelets or necklaces.
For P.E. lessons, long hair will need to be tied back and hair bands removed. Children must also be able to remove earrings by themselves as school staff are not allowed to help them.