Uniform

All children from FS1 (Nursery) to Year 6 are expected to wear school uniform at all times.

Our school uniform consists of:

  • White polo type shirt (No slogans, except for school logo)
  • Bottle green school sweatshirt/jumper/cardigan/fleece or plain sweatshirt/jumper/cardigan (No slogans)
  • Black/dark grey trousers or skirts/dress
  • Green and white check summer dresses
  • Appropriate black footwear, such as fully black trainers, flat enclosed shoes
  • Only stud or small sleeper earrings are to be worn. Watches are the only jewelry items that should be worn.
  • Book bag

To purchase logoed items please visit Logo Leisure Website

*There is no delivery charge if you order to school*

PE

All children should have PE Kit consisting of:

  • A plain white t-shirt or polo shirt
  • A pair of dark plain shorts
  • A pair plimsolls or trainers

Our expectations for Y4 – Y6 is as follows:

Children will come to school in their PE kit to ensure we maximise learning time.

  • Plain white T-shirt or with school logo
  • Black shorts, leggings or jogging bottoms (no logos)
  • Black trainers
  • A school jumper for outdoor sessions

PE is a mandatory lesson in school and children who do not have the correct kit will be required to do PE in kit borrowed from school.

Earrings should ideally be removed for PE or be covered with tape.

Earrings must be removed for school swimming.

Please make sure your child has their PE kit in school every day.

We recognise that children like to wear modern hairstyles; however, extreme examples are not acceptable, especially those with words shaved in them.

Jewelry on PE Days

As a general rule, children should not wear jewelry for reasons of safety and the practical care of valued possessions. However, if children have pierced ears they may wear small studs only. All children must either remove their own jewelry for PE or cover their earrings up with tape. We cannot accept responsibility for any jewelry or personal items that go missing or are broken.

 

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