Uniform

The children of our school like their uniform and wear it with pride. We believe firmly in school uniform because:

  • It is smart and distinctive
  • It encourages a positive view of the school and improves the child’s attitude and hence their performance in the classroom
  • It prevents competition between children in what they wear (and it works out cheaper in the long run)
  • It encourages a sense of belonging to the school

It stops arguments in the morning about what the child is going to wear

Uniform
White shirt or polo shirt with a collar
Royal blue ‘V’ neck pullover, fleece or cardigan
Grey trousers, shorts or skirt
Plain black shoes (no heels)

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It is important that children have separate P.E kit to change into. This should be available in school at all times, for P.E activities, and stored in a drawstring bag.

This kit should include:

  • White T Shirt or polo shirt.
  • Blue shorts
  • Black plimsolls (for indoor PE)
  • Trainers (for outdoor PE )
  • Football boots (for after school clubs)

During colder weather:

  • blue jog suit:- sweatshirt and jog bottom (optional).

Note:

  • All items of clothings must be clearly marked with your child's name.
  • No jewellery, including earrings should be worn to school as there potentially dangerous to all children.
  • Studs for pierced ears may be worn but these should be removed for swimming and PE.