Uniform

School Uniform

Our uniform policy is not optional. We strive to ensure that our uniform policy is appropriate financially and practially. Please be aware that in all classes but especially in Reception, children have lots of access to being outside. This may be through play, work or fitness (Daily Mile or similar) Please make sure that shoes are sensible and sturdy. Think of a uniform as a work-kit that will get lots of wear and tear.

All items of clothing must be named. 

 

Day to Day Uniform:

  • Navy Sweatshirt or cardigan with or without a school motif
  • Pale blue shirt with or without a school motif
  • Navy blue or black skirt, trousers or shorts
  • Black shoes (or completely black trainer-type shoes with no large sport logo)
  • Simple small blue or black hair accessories
  • All hair should be tied up/back as soon as it reaches shoulder length
  • A sunhat/cap for sunny days.


PE and Games Kit:

  • Plain black shorts or skirt
  • Plain white or blue T-shirt
  • Pumps or trainers for outside
  • White sports socks
  • A black or navy tracksuit for outside PE and games in colder weather.
  • It is helpfulto pop a spare pair of underwear in your child’s bag for emergencies
  • Children in Y3 go swimming with school – pupils need their own swimming kit –
    either trunks (of the short, non-baggy kind) or a one piece bathing suit and
    swimming cap.

Children come to school wearing their outside kit on P.E days. 

 

Electronic Watches

Any form of electronic watch is not permitted in school. These include any form of Apple watch, smart watch, fit bit or other multi-function watch. Analogue watches and digital watches are fine to be worn.

 

Jewellery

Children must not wear jewellery to school apart from small, studded earrings if they can remove them independently for PE and swimming.

 

Mobile Phones

We understand that in upper KS2, some children come to and from school on their own and that parents, for safety reasons, like them to bring a mobile phone. If this is the case, the mobile phone must be handed into the safe place in the classroom as soon as the child arrives at school. The phones are then taken to and placed in a secure locked cupboard until the end of the day. School will take no responsibility for damage to expensive items brought to school. 

Uniform

School Uniform

Our uniform policy is not optional. We strive to ensure that our uniform policy is appropriate financially and practially. Please be aware that in all classes but especially in Reception, children have lots of access to being outside. This may be through play, work or fitness (Daily Mile or similar) Please make sure that shoes are sensible and sturdy. Think of a uniform as a work-kit that will get lots of wear and tear.

All items of clothing must be named. 

 

Day to Day Uniform:

  • Navy Sweatshirt or cardigan with or without a school motif
  • Pale blue shirt with or without a school motif
  • Navy blue or black skirt, trousers or shorts
  • Black shoes (or completely black trainer-type shoes with no large sport logo)
  • Simple small blue or black hair accessories
  • All hair should be tied up/back as soon as it reaches shoulder length
  • A sunhat/cap for sunny days.


PE and Games Kit:

  • Plain black shorts or skirt
  • Plain white or blue T-shirt
  • Pumps or trainers for outside
  • White sports socks
  • A black or navy tracksuit for outside PE and games in colder weather.
  • It is helpfulto pop a spare pair of underwear in your child’s bag for emergencies
  • Children in Y3 go swimming with school – pupils need their own swimming kit –
    either trunks (of the short, non-baggy kind) or a one piece bathing suit and
    swimming cap.

Children come to school wearing their outside kit on P.E days. 

 

Electronic Watches

Any form of electronic watch is not permitted in school. These include any form of Apple watch, smart watch, fit bit or other multi-function watch. Analogue watches and digital watches are fine to be worn.

 

Jewellery

Children must not wear jewellery to school apart from small, studded earrings if they can remove them independently for PE and swimming.

 

Mobile Phones

We understand that in upper KS2, some children come to and from school on their own and that parents, for safety reasons, like them to bring a mobile phone. If this is the case, the mobile phone must be handed into the safe place in the classroom as soon as the child arrives at school. The phones are then taken to and placed in a secure locked cupboard until the end of the day. School will take no responsibility for damage to expensive items brought to school.