School Uniform

Children should look smart when wearing their school uniform.

The official school colours are blue and white. Our uniform and appearance expectations are below.  Uniform can be purchased from School Trends (click image above for their website).

Boys

Girls

Charcoal grey trousers or shorts

Charcoal grey trousers, shorts,  knee
length skirt or pinafore;
Blue checked dress or knee length skirt

White shirt or polo shirt

White shirt/blouse or polo shirt

Blue sweatshirt, cardigan  or fleece
(with or without school logo)

Blue sweatshirt, cardigan  or fleece
(with or without school logo)

Grey socks

White socks

Dark school shoes, not trainers.

Dark school shoes, not trainers or heels.

 

PE Kit (All Children)

Blue shorts

White T-shirt or house
colour t -  shirt

Navy tracksuit

Trainers

Children should have their full PE kit, including tracksuits and trainers, in school for the whole week. PE kit needs to be labelled with the child's name and brought to school in a drawstring bag.


Appearance and Jewellery

Long shoulder length hair should be tied back and off the face. There should be no extremes of hair style (e.g. marks are cut into the hair / use of different colours). Accessories worn in the hair should also be suitable for school (e.g. not too big and in - or complimentary to - school colours) and kept to a minimum.

No make-up or nail polish should be worn.

Children are not allowed to wear jewellery at school with the exception of Medic-Alert bracelets and earrings. If your child has pierced ears, plain silver or gold studs must be worn. Earrings must be removed for PE lessons. Watches may be worn but should be clearly marked with your child's name. If you wish your child to wear other jewellery for religious reasons, please speak to the Headteacher. No other body jewellery should be worn.