School uniform is compulsory for our pupils from Reception to Year 6. Although optional in Nursery, our uniform is worn by nearly all children within the setting. Our branded uniform can be ordered online from myclothing.com. It is also available from Paul’s Place on Stanley Road. Please note, however that it is not necessary for children to wear branded uniform. We also encourage parents/carers to donate any good quality uniform that they no longer require to the school. This is then made available to other parents, free of charge.
Navy Blue jumper with school logo (from myclothing.com)
Pale blue school shirt
Plain Black leather or synthetic (looks like leather) waterproof sensible shoes – not training shoes. Shoes should not have a sport brand logo
Grey Trousers or Navy skirt
Pale blue school shirt/blouse
Navy blue jumper or cardigan with or without logo (available from myclothing.com)
Black flat shoes (see boys)
In summer, younger girls may wish to wear a blue/white checked gingham dress, navy blue school cardigan with or without logo and plain white or black shoes or sandals. Alternatively, they may continue to wear their usual uniform. For Health and Safety Reasons, all shoes should be flat and closed (no heels or mules)
Children who cannot wear their school shoes for any reason will be required to change into their pumps whilst in school. This is a temporary measure while their school shoes are being replaced. TRAINING SHOES ARE NOT PART OF SCHOOL UNIFORM AND ARE NOT PERMITTED. THIS INCLUDES BLACK VELCRO TRAINERS WITH A SPORTS LOGO.
All children from Reception onwards require a PE kit consisting of white T shirt, blue shorts and black pumps for indoor use and training shoes for outdoors (a white T shirt with the school badge on is available from myclothing.com).
In winter, children may wear a tracksuit with training shoes for outdoor games.
Children who go swimming must have a costume, towel and bathing cap
ALL UNIFORM MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME
For safety reasons, children are not allowed to wear any jewellery other than a watch. Any child with pierced ears may only wear plain stud earnings in school which must be removed for swimming, games and PE