School uniform plays a valuable role in contributing to the ethos of the school. It helps to instil pride in the school, support positive behaviour and discipline, encourage identity with, and support for, the school and protect children from social pressures to dress in a particular way. Adhering to the school uniform policy is compulsory. The school reserves the right to temporarily exclude pupils who persistently do not comply with the stipulated dress code.
‘Plain’ is defined as no fashion embellishments, no contrasting colours or markings, no advertisements or brand logos
Children are expected to be smartly presented during the course of the day and to take pride in their appearance at all times
We ask that all items of clothing, including socks and underwear, are clearly marked with the child’s name
The school prohibits the use of make-up, nail varnish and the wearing of jewellery including earrings. A small inexpensive watch may be worn
No extreme fashion haircuts e.g. tramlines, shaved head (complete or partial)
Children with long hair must have it tied back with a plain hair accessory in either black or school uniform colours
No hair colouring or the use of visible styling products is permitted and no products at all on swim days
Summer dresses can be worn for the Summer term to Autumn half term
Uniform items should be purchased from the school office. We do not make a profit on these items.
- Printable Uniform Order Form (hand in to the office)
Plain charcoal grey tailored/formal trousers (long or short), not combat style, leggings or jersey style
Plain charcoal grey skirt, at least knee length
White shirt with a hard collar
One of the following school purchased tops with logo;
- pullover or
- cardigan or
- sleeveless jumper
Charcoal grey or white socks. Plain charcoal grey tights. No trainer socks
School purchased tie, normal or clip on, not elasticated
The choice of top coat is optional and must be sensible and hard wearing
A small (to hold A4 sized book) bag that fits easily into a school locker or hangs on a coat peg or a school purchased book bag
Black shoes, low heeled, no boots, not canvas / material
Optional summer uniform
Bottle green and white checked summer dress at least knee length
Plain white socks, no trainer socks
A sun hat in hot weather
PE Kit – PE bags in house colours available from office
Plain black football shorts
Plain house colour polo shirt
(Red-Oak, Yellow-Maple, Blue-Willow, Green-Birch)
White PE socks
Plain trainers (no boot style)*
One-piece swimsuit or swimming trunks (not long, baggy shorts due to safety). Compulsory swimming hat
Please note if your child has a verruca that prevents them from going bare foot during indoor PE, please provide light weight black plimsolls. Trainers are not suitable for the safety of the other children.
All items of Lost Property, including clothes, shoes, lunch boxes, P.E. bags etc. are kept in a unit in the Office Reception Area.
At the end of each month any unclaimed items will be donated to charity or be retained to assist with the uniform requirements of families suffering financial hardship.
In the interests of school security, parents are not to ‘search’ unattended classrooms for missing items. Parents are asked to regularly check that children have name-tags in all items of clothing and that all other equipment is clearly marked with the child’s name and class.
Other Items in School
We do not accept any responsibility for items lost or damaged in school and therefore ask that additional valuable items are not brought onto the school site unless specifically asked by your child’s teacher.
Although not encouraged children are allowed to bring in small, sensible and named game/toy for playtimes. For example a skipping rope, colouring book etc.
Children may also bring their own books to complement school reading scheme books during daily ‘quiet reading’ sessions.
Children are not allowed, under any circumstances, to bring mobile telephones to school (including after school activities such as discos and film nights) or to take them to any off-site activity e.g. educational visits, sporting events, etc.
Pupils are encouraged to take responsibility for their belongings and are not allowed to telephone home for items which they have forgotten to bring to school (e.g. swimming kit). If parents wish to bring such belongings to school during the day they may place them in the box provided in the Office Reception area and fill in the date, name and class of the child in the book provided. Monitors will distribute any such items during morning break and lunch time.
In sunny weather we encourage:
1. The children to sit in the shade out of direct sunlight for part of the lunch break.
2. All pupils to bring and wear a hat to school, preferably of a legionnaire style which has a protective flap for the back of the neck.
3. The application of sun protection cream on exposed body parts. Although it is not possible to allow pupils to bring such creams to schools, there are now products on the market which give protection for the whole of the school day, are water resistant and therefore ideal for pupils during swimming lessons.
4. That children more vulnerable to sunburn wear long sleeved shirts or blouses.