Uniforms

Our uniform creates a sense of belonging, and looking smart is an important part of feeling prepared for the day.

Winter Uniform (year groups 1-6)

Boys (Years 1-6)Girls (Years 1-6)
  • Grey trousers or shorts
  • White collared cotton shirt
  • School tie
  • School sweatshirt or maroon V-neck pullover
  • Dark socks
  • Grey skirt, culottes type skirt, pinafore dress or trousers
  • White collared cotton shirt
  • School tie
  • School sweatshirt or maroon pullover or cardigan
  • Plain white socks or grey tights (preferably), black tights are acceptable

Winter Uniform

Reception
  • White school polo shirt
  • Black school jogging bottoms
  • OR
  • plain black leggings
  • School sweatshirt or maroon pullover or cardigan
  • Black school shoes/trainers
  • Waterproof coat with a hood

Summer Uniform (year groups 1-6)

Boys Girls
  • Grey shorts
  • White school polo shirt
  • School sweatshirt or maroon V-neck pullover
  • Grey socks
  • Summer dresses with sleeves covering the upper arm and covering up to the neck at the front and back or
  • White school polo shirt with a skirt in summer dress material
  • Plain white socks

Summer Uniform

Reception
  • White school polo shirt
  • Grey tailored shorts
  • School sweatshirt or cardigan
  • OR
  • School dress (with shorts underneath)
  • School sweatshirt or cardigan
  • Black school shoes/trainers
  • Waterproof coat with a hood

Footwear and coats

  • Lightweight coat or anorak with hood
  • Black, brown or navy shoes or sandals (suitable for playground use). 'Hi' shoes which come up to the ankle may be worn
  • No boots which extend above the ankle
  • No sling backs or open toes
  • No significant/highly visible branding/logos
  • Laced shoes when a child can dress independently
  • Boots maybe worn to and from school in snowy/icy weather provided school shoes are sent in for changing

PE kit

  • Black sports shorts, leggings or tracksuit bottoms
  • School maroon PE T-shirt (school sweatshirts may be worn over)
  • Trainers or plimsols (no significant/high visible branding/logos
  • Plimsols/trainers for games or dance

 

Book bags

 

School bags

School book bags must be used for children in Reception to Year 3. This allows for the efficient access to home reading material and safe storage in class.

Children in Years 4-6 may bring in a small rucksack sized bag which should measure no greater than 40 x 30cm. Large rucksacks must not be used as they cannot be stored safely in class and are a trip hazard.