The School asks that children should wear the appropriate school uniform each day.
The range includes sweatshirts, jumpers and cardigans in the school colour of blue, polo shirts in pale blue. You can also buy school fleeces and PE T-shirts. The school badge is embroidered upon each item. However, it is not essential to have the logo on polo shirts, sweatshirts etc. These are all available from firstname.lastname@example.org. Telephone 07821 077606.
Sizes and prices can be found by clicking the link below. Alternatively, order forms can be collected from the school office.
Good quality nearly new school clothing is also sold by the P.S.A. at Parents’ Evenings.
To follow the recommended dress code, we ask the following :
Trousers/ skirts and pinafore dresses - Grey (not black or blue; no leggings)
Sweatshirts/cardigans - School blue, preferably with the school logo
Zip-up fleece - School blue with the school logo (worn as an outdoor garment)
Polo shirts - Pale blue (with or without the school logo)
Socks - Grey short or long socks, grey tights; white socks are an additional option for girls
Shoes - Black (heels should be low; no strappy sandals, knee-length boots or sports trainers with an obvious logo
In the Summer/warmer months, pupils may choose to wear :
Girls : Summer dresses - Pale blue/white checked or striped
Boys/girls : Shorts - Grey, knee length or just above knee
Any school uniform already purchased prior to these changes (outlined in the letter to parents dated 27th April, 2015), will be acceptable to wear for next year. In addition, hand-me-downs are also acceptable as this is both economically and evironmently sound.
Regular physical education is an important part of the curriculum that we provide for children. A pair of shorts, a tee-shirt and plimsolls is all that they will require. Shorts and P.E. tops are available from most clothing retailers. These should be kept in a draw-string bag. (Trainers with hard soles are not suitable for indoor P.E. wear as they may slip on the apparatus or floor).
As the children begin to play games they may require other P.E. kit. For example, children playing soccer must wear shin-pads for safety.
It is a great help if all school clothes are named as so many become "misplaced". Found items are regularly displayed, and any unclaimed items are disposed of after one term.
We ask that children do not wear jewellery at school, as it can be dangerous on the playground and difficult to trace if it is lost. Children are not allowed to wear any jewellery, including earrings, during P.E. as it can cause serious injury. This is the policy informed by BAALPE guidelines/recommendations.
Children who need to wear goggles for swimming need to have this confirmed by a letter from parents and/or GP.