Both the staff and Governors are in support of a uniformed dress code guided by the principles in our Uniform Policy. We believe this helps create a strong sense of identity for the school. It may also stop children competing in the “fashion stakes”, as well as proving cheaper to families in the long run. You can download a full copy of our Uniform Policy by navigating to the Key Policies Section.
Principles of the uniform policy
- Blue zip-up fleece or jacket
- Blue sweatshirt (ideally with school logo on)
- Blue or white Polo shirt
- Grey or black trousers – no ripped or patterned denim
- Grey or black skirt
- Grey pinafore
- Black or dark coloured, flat sensible, safe, shoes
Here are some examples:
- White polo shirt or white t-shirt
- Plain black shorts or tracksuit/jogger bottoms for outdoor and winter
- Trainers for outdoor games only – these may be worn during breaks and lunch.
- Plimsolls for indoor PE – this is for health and safety reasons
Jewellery, make-up and watches
We ask that no jewellery (e.g. rings, bracelets, necklaces) be worn to school. This is due to health and safety but also to protect these items from loss, damage and theft. Children may wear a watch to school but ask that these not be high-value smart watches (e.g. Apple I-Watch). School is not able to accept responsibility for any items brought into school should they be damaged, lost or stolen. We also ask that make-up not be worn in school.
Ordering school uniform
Many of the items can be purchased from local retailers. We have also been liaising with different companies who will be able to provide cost effective uniform options for our families. We hope to place a link directly to their service on our website to make ordering quick and easy. However, due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, these companies have temporarily closed. We will update this section as soon as possible once the companies reopen.