School Uniform – Winter
School Uniform – Summer (April – October half term)
|Indoor||Outdoor (Winter)||Outdoor (Summer)|
|Named black shorts|
Named plain white t-shirt (with crest if available)
Named black pumps
|Named black or navy jogging bottoms|
Named black or navy jogging top or sweatshirt
|Named black shorts
Named plain white t-shirt (with crest if available) Trainers
For health and safety reasons children should not wear jewellery to school. If earrings need to be worn, then one pair of small studs can be worn. In addition, we do allow older children to wear a sensible watch but no other items of jewellery, except for religious reasons, can be worn.
We believe that it is dangerous for children to wear shoes with platform soles or high heels. We ask children to wear black school shoes with no logos. Trainers or sandals are not to be worn to school; these are only appropriate for sports or leisurewear and are not in keeping with the smart appearance of our school uniform.
The school does not permit children to wear nail varnish. The school does not permit children to have haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other. Parents should also be aware that tattoos are not permitted.
Our school policy states that children will be encouraged not to:
Girls may wear black headscarves for religious reasons only.
From September 2020 book bags will be available in green only.
From time to time we may host a non-uniform day, where children can come to school in their own clothes. We will always notify parents/guardians in advance.