Wearing a school uniform promotes a sense of belonging to the school and encourages pride in personal appearance.
We are very proud of how smart our children look in their school uniforms and thank our parents for their support in this area.
Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1
(Year 1 - Year 4)
Key Stage 2
(Year 5 – 7)
Available for September, April, May and June:
White polo shirt preferably with school logo
Light blue checked gingham dress
Shoes should be of a comfortable design, low heeled, toe covered and all black in colour. Shoes if laced should have black laces.
Hair should be neat and tidy and worn with no extremes of style or colour. Long hair should be tied back, particularly for
Hair accessories should be appropriately sized and in keeping with the school colours.
No jewellery, except a watch, to be worn.
For safety reasons, if earrings must be worn, they should be studs.
No make-up or nail polish should be worn.
Year 1 – 4
Pupils will only change their shoes when taking part in PE.
Please ensure that long hair is tied back on PE days.
Year 5 – 7
Pupils need the following:-
• Navy/grey/black shorts/jogging bottoms
• White t-shirt/polo shirt
• Soft elastic/bobble to tie back long hair
• Girls must remember to bring socks if wearing tights
• Girls - One piece costume
• Boys - Trunks
Parents/Carers are asked to ensure that items of clothing are labelled. It is particularly important to label sweatshirts and school coats clearly.
Parents/Carers are asked to inform their child’s class teacher if there is a problem and their child is unable to come to school in the above noted uniform.
Financial assistance is available through the EA Uniform Grants Scheme. Further information is available on the EA website.