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School Uniform

Nursery to Year 4

  • Navy skirt or tunic

  • Navy trousers (jogging bottoms are permitted for Nursery children)

  • Blue sweatshirt or cardigan with/ without school logo

  • Yellow polo shirt with/ without school logo

  • White/ navy socks or white/ navy tights

  • Sensible shoes (not trainers) that the child is able to take on and off and fasten without adult help

Year 5 and Year 6

  • Navy skirt or tunic

  • Navy trousers

  • Blue sweatshirt or cardigan with/ without school logo

  • Light blue shirt

  • Blue and Yellow striped tie

  • White/ navy socks or white/ navy tights

  • Sensible shoes (not trainers)

  • During the summer children may wear navy shorts or a yellow checked summer dress.

PE Kit

  • Navy shorts

  • Round neck T-shirt (blue/red/green or yellow depending on which house they are allocated to.

  • Daps or trainers (summer term only for Reception and Year 1)

  • School gym bag

GAMES Kit (outdoors Y2-Y6)

  • Navy jogging bottoms or leggings

  • Navy hoodie or sweatshirt

  • Round neck T-shirt (blue/red/green or yellow depending on which house they are allocated to.

  • Trainers

Children should have their kit in school on PE days and will change for their PE session at the appropriate time.

PLEASE, PLEASE help us by marking ALL your children’s clothes and personal items using a permanent marker (biro washes away).

We also have a few rules regarding the suitability of certain items of “clothing” because they are a potential safety hazard.

  • High heeled shoes/boots, peep toe shoes/ sandals, sling back or backless shoes, ‘jelly’ shoes and shoes with little side support are a health and safety risk and totally unsuitable for children during school time. Footwear of this type must not be worn to school.

  • The wearing of jewellery is strongly discouraged. If earrings are worn they must be restricted to one small pair of studs (no hoop earrings will be allowed in school). In PE and games jewellery is a particular source of danger and must be removed before children can take part in the lessons.