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Uniform

School Uniform

Children wear grey or black (school) trousers or shorts, or grey skirt or pinafore as appropriate, with a white shirt or polo-shirt, royal blue jumper or school sweatshirt. In summer girls may prefer a blue/white dress. Please ensure that your child wears sensible school shoes. Royal blue sweatshirts with an embroidered school logo are available from the school. Please name all items clearly, for they do sometimes go astray. Order forms for name tapes are available from school. Do ask to search our lost property box for missing items! In sunny weather please provide a sun hat and sun cream which children can self-administer.

PE Clothes

There is no need for expensive branded sportswear in school.
Children will need plain black shorts, a plain white round-neck T-shirt and plimsolls, although for indoor PE children will generally work in bare feet. PE clothes, which need to be clearly named, are best kept in school all week; we sell blue school drawstring PE bags which are ideal for this purpose. Children from Year 3 upwards will need trainers (instead of plimsolls) and a plain dark coloured tracksuit for outdoor PE in colder weather. Please note that these may get muddy.

Jewellery

Jewellery is not appropriate for school. If your child has pierced ears, studs must be worn on school days. For reasons of safety, once the initial 6 weeks have passed, ear studs should be removed for PE lessons. If your child is unable to do this independently, please do not let them wear earrings on PE days.

Bags

Cloakroom space is limited. No large bags please. We sell durable book bags and drawstring PE bags. With the exception of games kit for the older children, other school bags should not be needed.

Personal possessions

Please do not allow your child to bring valuable items to school.