The school has a uniform and it is the wish of the governors that pupils are
encouraged to wear it. We wish to promote the sense of identity that comes
from wearing a uniform. Polo shirts and sweatshirts are available through the
The uniform consists of:
- White/light blue polo shirt
- Royal blue sweatshirt
- Grey, navy or black trousers or skirts
- Blue, white or grey socks
- Black or dark coloured shoes or trainers
NB Children wearing trainers will need a separate pair for P.E. activities.
In the summer there are the alternatives of:
- A plain white T-shirt
- A blue gingham dress
- Grey, navy or black coloured tailored shorts
We do not permit the wearing of jeans, track suit trousers, T-shirts displaying
advertising or slogans (including football shirts) nor multi-coloured ‘Bermuda’
Long hair (below shoulder length) should be tied back.
Unless medically unfit, all children must do P.E. and should wear suitable clothes.
These should be different to the clothes worn to school that day.
Clothes suitable for P.E. inside are T-shirt (gold/yellow) and shorts.
When doing games outside the children must also have a change of socks and
suitable sports shoes e.g. trainers / plimsolls. When the weather demands it
they may also bring a tracksuit or a suitable alternative. They may also wear
gloves if the weather is cold and this does not hinder the activity being taught.
Long hair should be tied back.
Hooded tops may not be worn at any time.
A draw string bag is ideal for keeping P.E. kit in. We encourage kit to be taken
regularly for washing. Please ensure that all clothes, shoes and bags are named
At Key Stage 2 all children go swimming during Year 3/4. Older children who
have not reached the national curriculum expectation of swimming 25 metres,
have a second opportunity to go swimming to achieve this standard in Year 5 or
Year 6. All children need their own swimming costume and towel on these days.
Unfortunately, there is little shade in the playground. We have installed
awnings but must wait a few more years before the many trees are sufficiently
mature to provide reasonable amounts of shade. In the hottest weather
children are encouraged to wear hats, cover their arms and seek the shade that
we do have, to avoid the problems of over exposure to the sun. On hot days we
recommend that children have sunscreen put on at home and bring it to school with them for them to apply themselves during the day, please ensure sunscreen is labeled with your childs name and this should not be shared between children. Teachers will not apply sunscreen.
Please see attached Nice guidelines on the application of sunscreen at school.
Please name everything that your child wears to school including socks. Every
school suffers from the nightmare of lost property. We are no different. It is
very costly in terms of replacing lost items as well as staff time spent trying to
find owners for unclaimed clothing. So that our lost property pile does not
become a mountain, property unclaimed after a suitable time is donated to
Uniform can be purchased via our supplier on the school uniform link on the home page