School Uniform

Girl’s Uniform
Grey skirt or pinafore
Summer – Red and white checked school dresses
Winter – White blouse or polo shirt, trousers can be worn in the Winter
Red cardigan or school sweatshirt

Both boys and girls shoes should be sensible, strong and black. No open toe shoes or trainers are allowed.

Boys uniform
Grey or black trousers (long or short)
White shirt or polo shirt
Red school sweatshirt

Foundation uniform
Red jogging pants and sweatshirts

P.E. Kit
Plain red shorts or gym skirt
White T-shirt
Draw string bag large enough to hold kit
Black/white pumps

Specific sport wear – Junior
Track suit
Swimming costume and bathing cap (girls)

Children are not allowed to wear ‘Football kits’.
All items are to be clearly marked with your child’s name.
*The school can not accept responsibility for missing items*

Clothing grants
You may be entitled to a clothing grant. Entitlement to the grant is subject to parental income. Grant application forms are available from the LEA or school office.

Children should not wear jewellery. If necessary children with pierced ears can wear small stud earrings but they must be removed for P.E activities.

Hair Styles
We expect our pupils to wear their hair in a way that is both suitable for school and appropriate for a primary age child. We do not expect our young pupils to come to school on a normal working day sporting for example, extreme hair cuts, styles or colours. For health and safety reasons we require pupils with long hair to tie it back when in school