Here’s our uniform for normal (non-PE) days:
- Bottle green sweatshirt/cardigan
- Gold/yellow sports/polo shirt
- Dark coloured (e.g. navy, black, or grey) trousers, shorts, leggings/tracksuit bottoms or skirt/pinafore dress. No logos/brand names on school wear.
- In summer gingham school dresses can be worn in green and white or gold and white.
- White socks or bottle green/navy blue/black tights.
- Jeans are not allowed.
- Tattoo transfers must not be worn.
- Black shoes/trainers/boots – no bright trainers.
On PE days children should wear:
- Black jogging bottoms with elasticated waist (i.e. not baggy or long or with ties).
- A neat fitting plain, white tee-shirt (i.e. not baggy).
- A plain black hoodie (no zips).
- Long hair should be fastened back.
- Children do PE in the Hall in bare feet.
- Infant children need plimsolls for outdoor PE, when the weather is fine.
- Junior children need stronger footwear for outdoor games – trainers or football boots, as appropriate, shin pads and a change of socks. They must not wear their normal outdoor shoes.
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The Department for Education has published new statutory guidance on the cost of school uniforms. School uniform should never be a burden for parents or a barrier to pupils accessing education. This guidance means that schools will have a legal duty to take steps to keep uniform costs down. In all our schools, Uniform Policy is clear that we do not expect children to wear branded items, unless parents choose to do so. We encourage parents / carers not to spend a large amount on school uniform. It is there to ensure that if a child gets dirty or messy within their school day with the creative and fun activities we provide, items are easy to wash and are replaceable. Access to good quality second hand uniform, is available from the school with a confidential service.
The Department has also produced a resource aimed at parents to help explain some of the key changes.