We actively encourage the wearing of school uniform that we firmly believe encourages children to have high expectations of themselves and the school.
We believe that it develops a sense of community and avoids the possibilities of social class distinctions.
Our school uniform comprises of red jumper or cardigan, white shirt or polo shirt, grey or black trousers or skirt and black shoes, not trainers or open-toed footwear.
Children in KS2 (Y3-6) can choose to wear a shirt and tie from the October half term through to Easter. If there are legitimate reasons (e.g. medical reasons for wearing trainers) for any aspect of the school uniform not being adhered to then we insist that a note is brought in, signed by the parent/carer, and given to the class teacher. During the summer months boys can wear grey or black shorts while girls can wear red check dresses.
All uniform can be purchased from all local uniform retailers. A full uniform list can be obtained from the school office.
Inappropriate hairstyles are also not permitted, as these tend to single out children for the wrong reasons e.g. Mohawk or shaved designs. Long hair is permissible but should be tied back for health and safety reasons.
With regards to jewellery we only allow a maximum of one pair of stud earrings. These will need to be removed by the child for P.E lessons. We do not allow any other form of jewellery.