We do operate a uniform policy and all children are expected to wear the correct uniform every day. Please remember that children are identifiable by their uniform and that behaviour outside school in uniform should be as expected in school.
- Grey shorts/trousers/skirt/pinafore
- White polo shirt
- Red & white checked dress/playsuit
- Red school sweatshirt/cardigan with logo
- Red school sunhat with logo (to be left in school)
- Red book-bag with logo
- Black school shoes/closed toe sandals. No boots (see below)
- Plain grey/black/white socks or grey/red tights
Optional Item: Red zip fleece with logo (for outdoor wear only)
- Red t-shirt with logo
- Black shorts/tracksuit/leggings/skort
Optional Item: Red hoody with logo
All items of logo school uniform (sweatshirt/cardigan, sunhat, bag, fleece, PE t-shirt & PE hoody) are available from our school uniform supplier, Different Class, and can be ordered online from them for delivery to home or to school. All other items of uniform can be bought at any high street shop.
Our PFA (Parents & Friends Association) operate a 'pre-loved' uniform shop and always have a large stock of items, both badged and unbadged. They hold regular sales throughout the school term at the end of the school day or, if you are in need of a specific item, you can email them at email@example.com
Outdoor Learning Kit
On the day your child has Outdoor Learning they will need to bring in wellington boots/walking boots/trainers and outdoor clothing appropriate to the current weather.
- Boots are not part of school uniform. In cold weather it is fine for children to wear boots to walk to school, but they should change into school shoes once they arrive.
- No jewellery is to be worn, including earrings of any description. It is a safety hazard and the loss of such items can also be very distressing.
- We discourage the wearing of watches unless your child can tell the time, and then they should be discrete in style.
- PE kits should be brought into school in a named bag at the start of each half-term and remain in school. They will be sent home at the end of each half-term for washing.
- Every child in school will need a school sunhat for their use during their time at school. Sunhats should be named and sent into school at the beginning of the year to remain in school at all times, this means that parents do not need to remember to send in sunhats on a daily basis.