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School Uniform

Clothing (compulsory)

  • Red polo shirt
  • Red sweatshirt or cardigan
  • Black skirt, pinafore dress, smart trousers or smart shorts. No mini shorts or skirts
  • Red and white gingham check dress for the summer (optional)
  • Red or black tights
  • Sensible black shoes, black or white summer sandals with a strap (not open toe or croc-type). No trainers or winter boots
  • Sensible warm coat or raincoat ·
  • No brand logos of any kind ·
  • No denim, including black jeans ·
  • No nail varnish or transfers
 
 
 
 
 

Jewellery

  • Stud earrings
  • Time-telling watch

No other jewellery is to be worn other than small, round, plain gold ear studs; no more than one in each ear is allowed in school

Hair

  • Discreet red/black/white hair fixings such as small clips or hair bands.
  • No metal or oversized head bands or bows
  • No logos/patterns shaved into hair or eyebrows
  • No dyed hair
  • Long hair must be tied back at all times
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PE Kit

  • Plain white t-shirt
  • Black PE shorts
  • Trainers with non-slip soles or daps
  • Dark (preferably black) jogging bottoms for the winter
  • Plain sweatshirt for the winter (ideally red but any colour is acceptable)
  • PE bag

Children must change their clothing and footwear for PE.  PE kits are compulsory.

Extras

  • Wellington boots which can be left at school to use as field shoes and for forest school & gardening activities
  • Slippers for inside school
  • Field shoes - if children wish to play on the field, particularly during winter, they must change their footwear to avoid bringing mud into the classroom.

Additional Information

Embroidered schoolwear is available from Scholars. It is not required that uniform is embroidered.

All children are required to wear school uniform every day in school unless it is a special non-uniform day. Children can opt to wear non-uniform on their birthday. If their birthday falls on a weekend or school holiday children can wear non-uniform on the preceding or subsequent school day.

All clothes and belongings must be clearly marked with the child’s name.  The school cannot accept responsibility if clothing and valuables are lost. 

In unforeseen circumstances, if you are unable to provide the correct uniform please discuss this with a member of staff.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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