Children should wear the school colours of royal blue and white.
All children should wear:
- the official sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo;
- white shirts or white polo shirts;
- black or grey knee length skirts or pinafore dresses;
- plain black or grey school trousers or school shorts;
- plain black, grey or white knee length socks or black or grey tights.
- In the summer blue and white checked or striped school dresses may also be worn.
School sweatshirts and other items of uniform are available online.
- Footwear should be plain black shoes and appropriate for everyday school wear. Heel height must not exceed 4 cm.
- Shoulder length hair or longer should be tied back.
- Children will also need a PE kit comprising royal blue shirt, black or navy shorts and trainers. This must be in school at all times. PE t-shirts are available through our online supplier, see link above. Trainers are for use in outdoor games; indoor PE is normally done barefoot.
- For swimming, children will need a suitable one-piece costume. Bikinis, shorts and other leisurewear will not be permitted.
- All clothing must be clearly marked with your child's name.
- Items of clothing are frequently handed in as ‘lost property' and their owners never traced because the clothing has not been named.
- The school cannot be held responsible for any lost property
- Jewellery/body decoration: Children should not come to school wearing long or large earrings.
- Children with pierced ears may only wear one pair of small plain studs in the lobe only with the safety backs on them, during school days and removed completely for swimming.
- Other body jewellery/decoration exposed during normal school activities will not be allowed in school; in particular: nail varnish, bracelets, necklaces, temporary tattoos, acrylic nails etc.
- Hairstyles and hair accessories should not constitute a safety hazard. We will not allow any pupil in school with distracting haircuts or colourings. The school actively discourages making outrageous fashion statements and failure to comply could well result in your child being sent home until the problem is fully rectified.
Thank you for your cooperation and support.
* Parents wishing their child to be exempt from any of the school uniform rules, on grounds of cultural and/or religious tolerance (or any other grounds), should write to the Governing Body stating their case in full and await it’s written decision before sending their child to school.