We are very proud of our school uniform. It contributes much to the ethos of the school and our pupils wear it with great pride.
Uniform can be ordered online through Nationwide School Uniforms. Many items of non-personalised uniform (such as grey trousers and white shirts) are also available at most supermarkets. Red ties and woolly hats are available through our School Office by ordering on ParentMail.
- Red V necked jumper or cardigan with logo
- Grey trousers, skirt, shorts or pinafore dress
- White shirt or blouse
- Red tie
- Summer term only - red gingham dresses and white polo shirts may be worn
Black sensible shoes (not trainers) should be worn all year. Sensible boots may be worn in bad weather but dry shoes need to be brought to wear indoors.
All clothing (including footwear) should be labelled with the owner’s name.
PE and Games
- A school logo or plain red t-shirt or polo shirt.
- Black or red shorts
- Plimsolls for indoor PE
- Trainers for outdoor PE and games lessons
- Drawstring PE bag
- A dark tracksuit (navy or black) is required for junior children for outdoor games in the winter
- Swimming costume or trunks (not bikini or long shorts) and swimming cap - From Year 3 onwards
Children with long hair will be required to have their hair tied back for P.E. so a hair band at school is a must. Pupils wearing earrings are not permitted to take part in swimming lessons - this is the policy of The Meres leisure centre.
Earrings and other jewellery should not be worn to school. In the case of recently pierced ears (and for a short time only), studs are allowed but these must be covered by tape/plasters for PE lessons. Earrings will not be allowed at all for swimming lessons. It is suggested that parents should time the piercing of ears for the summer holidays, allowing time for the ears to heal so earrings can easily be removed for school. Pupils may wear a watch; however, watches that have wi-fi and can take photographs or send messages etc. are, in line with our e-safety policies, strictly not allowed and must be handed to the class teacher along with mobile phones..
We ask that children do not bring non-essential or inappropriate items of value to school. However, when personal items are used as an aid to learning e.g. calculators, we ask that the children do not leave them at school overnight. We ask that all children’s property is named, including purses for dinner money, clothing etc. Pupils are responsible for security of their personal possessions and school cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage.
Please note there are specific rules for pupils who bring mobile phones to school. Parents must contact the school office to inform us if their child is bringing a mobile phone. Pupils must hand in their phone to the class teacher as soon as they arrive at school and collect it at the end of the school day.