Uniform


 

We allow pupils to wear a range of options linked to our school colours and traditional uniform.  We encourage families to adapt uniform to take account of their cultural backgrounds or religion. Uniform includes:
  • navy blue sweatshirt or cardigan (logo optional)
  • navy/grey/black skirt or trousers
  • grey pinafore or blue gingham dress
  • white shirt or blouse
  • navy tie (optional)
  • white polo shirt (logo optional)
  • black sensible shoes (no high heels, slip-ons or sandals)
  • waterproof jacket and sunhat (warmer weather)
  • warm coat, hat and gloves (winter)

PE kit

Our school PE kit includes:
  • white t-shirt
  • navy blue shorts
  • trainers
  • blue leggings or tracksuit bottoms (for outdoor PE)
  • navy blue tracksuit top (for outdoor PE)
Swimming kit for pupils in Year 5:
  • navy/dark coloured swimsuit or trunks
  • towel

Uniform suppliers

Sweatshirts and polo shirts with the school logo can be purchased from: 
The school has specific rules regarding hair styles and the wearing of make-up, nail varnish and nail extensions. This is because we want pupils to focus on their learning.  We do not want to encourage an environment where children are competing in terms of their appearance or how “fashionable” they look.  


Make-Up 
Make-up and false eyelashes are not permitted. It is not deemed appropriate or necessary for children aged 3-11 to wear make-up in the school environment.  If pupils bring items of make-up to school, staff will retain these until the end of the school day.  Parents/carers may collect these from the school office at the end of the day. 


Nail Varnish and Nail Extensions 
Nail varnish and nail extensions are not permitted. It is not deemed appropriate or necessary for children aged 3-11 to wear nail varnish or nail extensions in the school environment.  In addition, nail varnish or extensions can pose risks for children at certain times of the school day.   Long false nails or extensions can be trapped or ripped moving around school, causing considerable pain and upset.  They can cause harm to others in practical activities such as at break times or in PE games.  Pupils wearing nail varnish/extensions involved in cooking activities in design and technology lessons can contaminate food with chippings of nail varnish or parts of nail extensions. If a pupil comes to school with nail extensions they will be isolated during break and lunch time to minimise any risk of injury to themselves or to others. 


Hairstyles
All hairstyles should be appropriate for school. It is not deemed appropriate or necessary for children aged 3-11 in a school environment to have extreme hairstyles, hair dye/colouring, or lines/patterns shaved into hair.  We also require that any hair which is shoulder length or longer be tied back at all times and that any hair accessories be reasonably sized, and navy blue or black.  If a pupil comes to school with untied long hair they will be isolated during break and lunch time to minimise any risk of injury to themselves or to others. 


Jewellery 
With the exception of plain stud earrings (no more than one per ear), jewellery should not usually be worn in school.  We will adapt our policy on religious grounds, but ask that we are made aware of any requests in advance of jewellery being worn so that we can communicate variations to staff.  All jewellery should usually be removed for PE lessons.  Where earrings cannot be removed, parents should provide plasters to cover them. 


What will happen if my child does not conform to school expectations? 
We believe that learning how to conform to expectations is important in life: it helps pupils prepare for secondary school, for work, and for important or formal social occasions.