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School Uniform

School uniform plays an important part on the school's high standard of dress uniformity. All children attending  will be required to wear the correct colour: Our colour is light blue. Our uniform comprises:

 

  • Light blue school sweatshirt (with school logo)
  • White polo shirt
  • Grey trousers, skirt or pinafore
  • Blue gingham or striped dress (for Summer)
  • Black, sensible school shoes (no black trainers). Children must wear shoes to school.
  • Plain black, grey or white socks

 

If you prefer to break this down into seasons:

  BOYS GIRLS
SUMMER Boys white polo top Girls white polo top
  Blue school sweatshirt Blue school sweatshirt or cardigan
  Black trousers / Grey shorts Black trousers, skirt (grey/black), pinafore
     
  Black shoes (No trainers) Black shoes (no heels)
     
WINTER Boys white polo top girls white polo top
  Blue school sweatshirt Blue school sweatshirt or cardigan
  Black trousers / Black shorts Black trousers, skirt (grey/black), pinafore
     
  Black shoes (No trainers) Black shoes (no heels)


 

Trainers and many designs of fashion shoes are not suitable for day to day wear in school. We only allow children to change into trainers at break times and for no other reason. Parents will have reminder letters sent home if pupils continue not to follow school dress code. Children must also enter and leave school wearing school shoes only. Fashion clothing resembling the school colours is not allowed as these are clearly not part of the uniform. Track suits; designer jeans; fashion jeans or trousers; flashing or open toed shoes; hipster trousers or jeans; combat trousers; accessories such as chains or fashion belts are unsuitable for school, as is all jewellery.

 

P.E Kit

P.E. kit is a must and we ask parents to provide the following for P.E.:

Indoor

Pale blue t-shirt
Navy/black shorts
Pumps (for gym / P.E.)

 

 

 

Jewellery

In the interest of safety and to avoid loss, children are not allowed to wear jewellery to school.

Children may only wear studs in ears. Parents should inform school in writing if their child's ears have been recently pierced.

 

Children may wear watches in school but they should be inexpensive and not 'gimmicky'.

School is unable to accept responsibility for loss or damage.

Members of staff will not remove studs from a child’s ear. Studs must be removed before P.E days.

 

Hairstyles

Children's hairstyles should be appropriate for school. Children with hair longer than shoulder length must have their hair tied back with a suitable hair accessory. This is for the health and safety of children during class lessons and during PE.

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