Dress Code & Uniforms

School Uniform

We expect children to be smart for school and to wear our school uniform. Children should wear:

  • Plain jumpers, cardigans or sweatshirts in navy blue
  • Polo shirts /  blouses / shirts in white or navy blue
  • Trousers, skirts and leggings in black, grey or navy blue
  • Suitable sensible dark coloured shoes (for Health and Safety reasons)

In the summer children may wear:

  • Black, grey or navy shorts or blue checked dresses
  • Polo shirts / blouses / shirts in white or navy blue
  • Baseball cap for playtimes

Children are not allowed to wear tops with thin straps or crop tops in the summer due to the danger of sunburn.

Parents may purchase school sweatshirts from the school office.

PE and Games

Children should wear plain T-shirts and shorts. Children do P.E. in the hall in bare feet. They will need pumps or trainers for outside activities. Older children may need football boots or trainers for sports clubs and teams.

For hygiene reasons we expect all children to change for P.E. Y6 pupils only are allowed to bring a stick or roll-on deodorant for use after P.E. – no aerosols or sprays.

Please find out when your child will have P.E. so that kit can be in school on the days required. If your child frequently forgets kit we will contact you.


Children who have pierced ears may wear one pair of studs or sleepers to school. These must be removed for P.E. and swimming. Apart from watches no other jewellery should be worn to school.

For Health and Safety reasons children are not allowed to wear earrings at the top of their ears or have any facial piercing. Any child wearing jewellery that is not allowed will be asked to remove it. Children are responsible for their own property. False nails are also not appropriate in school for health and safety reasons. 

Parents are asked to make sure that personal items are not brought to school.


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