Uniform

As a school we are proud of our uniform, the children look smart, and the uniform promotes a sense of belonging. Our uniform is as follows:

WINTER:

Grey/black skirt or trousers, light blue blouse/polo shirt

Royal blue cardigan, jumper or sweatshirt

SUMMER:

Blue and white gingham dress, grey / black skirts or grey knee length shorts or trousers

Royal or light blue short sleeved blouses, shirts or polo shirts

Sweatshirts, cardigans and other items with the school logo may be purchased from Violet Embroidery. This can be done by visiting their website: Violet Embroidery or via telephone: 07716910373 or via email [email protected]

Shoes must be plain black and flat heeled. Plain black trainers (no logo) can be worn but no sandals or open toed shoes are allowed. This is to ensure the health and safety of all of our pupils and to ensure the dress code is followed by everyone.

PE AND GAMES KIT

Indoor PE Kit:

Black plimsolls

Plain black shorts

Plain white T- shirt

Outdoor PE Kit:

A plain black sweatshirt with no hood

Plain black tracksuit bottoms or leggings

Trainers or football boots as necessary.

A change of socks

No logos or motifs are allowed.

Your child must bring their PE kit in on a Monday and take it home on a Friday to be washed.

HAIR

All hair that is long enough the be tied back should be tied back for PE. Headbands may need to be removed depending on the type worn. Children are expected to have hair ties/bands in their PE bags for this use or, if they cannot tied their own hair up, they need to come to school with it tied up on PE days.

JEWELLERY

Apart from small stud earrings, watches or small fitness bands children should not wear any other jewellery in school as it can easily get lost or damaged and the risk of injury to themselves or others is unacceptable.

If earrings have to be worn, they should be limited to one pair of small, plain stud earrings in the lobe of the ear. Nose studs and other body piercing are not permitted. Members of staff are not allowed to remove or replace children’s earrings. If your child cannot remove their own earrings, then they should not wear them to school on PE days.

All jewellery, including watches, must be removed for PE, games and swimming. If your child has a fitness band, then they may be asked to remove this too depending on the activity.