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Updated School uniform policy as of September 2016uniform3

We encourage all the children to wear our school uniform. It is one way of bringing children together, of expressing pride in their school and motivating high expectations of themselves and the others around them.

Our school uniform is:

  • Royal blue sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan
  • Grey or black trousers or skirt
  • White shirt or polo shirt
  • Girls Pinafore

For summer months:

  • T-shirt or Polo in white
  • Grey or black Shorts/skirts
  • Blue and white Summer dress
  • Girls Pinafore

Footwearplain black shoes should be worn at all times in school. Trainers will not be permitted unless in exceptional circumstances and agreed with school.

PE Uniform

  • White Plain Polo/Tshirt
  • Navy Royal Blue shorts
  • Plimsolls/Trainers

Outdoor PE Kit

  • Plain Joggers
  • Plain Hoodie
  • Sweatshirt
  • Trainers

Football kits and logos are not permitted.

Please ensure that all items of clothing are named

To order school uniform please go to the following website

Children are NOT permitted to wear make-up to school, this includes the wearing of nail varnish and transfers / temporary tattoos. Patterns in children’s hair or unusual colours are not in line with our high expectations and are not permitted.

Jewellery is also not allowed in school except for watches. Valuables such as these can easily be damaged or lost, and could also present a safety hazard. If your child has pierced ears a pair of plain studs is acceptable, but even these must be removed during P.E. lessons and are not allowed at all during swimming sessions

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