Our School Uniform Policy
We are amending our uniform policy to make it more consistent from day to day and to ensure children are dressed in the most convenient manner to access all aspects of the curriculum. We are still not changing clothes in school as this wastes a lot of the school day; children have said they prefer not to change.
Children are expected to be physically active every day; they should come to school ready to be active.
The uniform has many options so children can choose what they feel most comfortable in whilst still giving us a united feel.
If children do not come in uniform, we will lend them a school sweatshirt or a fleece.
Our School Uniform
A white or red polo shirt, which may have a logo on it
Plain (no logos or lines) grey or black trousers (These can be sports style shorts, jogging bottoms or leggings but they must be plain with no logos or stripes. Children can wear cycling shorts under their skirts), shorts, skirt or pinafore
A red and white gingham dress
A red sweatshirt, which may have the logo on it
A red cardigan, which may have the logo on it
A red logoed fleece
A grey logoed hooded sweatshirt
Flat, black shoes or ankle boots
Children may wear plain black or white trainers or bring any trainers to change in to for PE.
Because of the ongoing increased ventilation in classrooms, children can layer up any of the above items. They cannot wear clothes in class that are not part of this uniform policy.
Children are not allowed to wear make-up and nail varnish.
The only jewellery allowed are stud earrings which can be worn for PE.
Watches can be worn but must be removed for PE.
As a transitional policy, children can still wear their coloured T shirts or black hooded sweatshirts that were part of our previous uniform policy.
All of these logoed items, as well as book bags and drawstring bags, are available to order on the school website from late June 2022.
Trunks (not board shorts) or a one piece swimming costume
A swimming hat
Goggles may be worn