Girls’ uniforms are as follows:
PE kits are as follows:
PE kits should be in school on a Monday morning, kept at school all week and fully named.
Black shoes or plain black trainers should be worn. Children are not permitted to wear boots, but if a child needs to wear wellington boots or warm boots to travel to school in comfort, please ensure they have their normal school shoes with them to change into. Pupils in Busy Bees should have a set of Wellington Boots in school for outdoor learning during wet weather. In Year 1 pupils are welcome to bring in Wellington Boots if they wish to do so. Pupils in year 4, 5 and 6 can bring trainers to wear at break and lunchtime to protect school shoes, but these should not be worn to school. Open toed sandals should not be worn for school.
Children are allowed to wear plain stud earrings and no other jewellery due to health and safety risks. Pupils must be able to remove stud earrings themselves or leave them at home on PE or swimming days.
We do not consider make up appropriate and children are not permitted to wear any such products. However, there may be exceptions in extreme circumstances at the headteacher’s discretion (i.e. a child may be permitted to cover heavy scarring / skin damage). Temporary tattoos and nail varnish/false nails are not permitted in school and should be removed prior to the school day.
All clothing and footwear should be clearly labelled with your child’s name.
Pupils in year R, 1, 2 and 3 should only have a school book bag and a school PE bag, no other bags are needed for school use. Pupils in year 4, 5 and 6 are able to bring their own school bags for transporting homework and other equipment needed for school. These should be a suitable size and appropriate for primary age children. Large sports bags and handbags should not be used for school.
Religious items and clothing
We welcome all pupils regardless of faith or belief. However, the school must also weigh the needs and rights of individual pupils against the cohesion and health and safety concerns of the entire school community. Parents’ concerns and requests regarding religious clothing will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis and in accordance with the school’s complaints policy.
Procedure for incorrect uniform
It is expected that all pupils wear the correct school uniform at all times. The procedure outlined below will be followed for pupils not wearing correct school uniform.
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2
If this continues:
Year 3, 4, 5 and 6
If this continues:
In circumstance where this is ongoing parents will be required to meet with the Head teacher to discuss appropriate school uniform. If parents are facing difficulties with providing appropriate school uniform, they should contact the school office to discuss ways the school can support.