Uniform and Dress Code

Happy New Year to all our families, parents and carers!  As we start back into the second term and the New Year we would like to remind everyone of the dress code.  Our children always start the school year in September really well and then as the year progresses some items (often trainers) start to appear.  Please ensure your child comes to school properly dressed in the correct uniform and following the dress code below which is part of our Home School Agreement.

If there are any issues with, for example, your child's shoes coming apart and the need to get to town for a new pair, please let us know at the door in the morning.  We also have our lost property at the door too - please remember to put your child's name in all items to help track items down.

School Uniform

  • Dark Green Cardigan/Sweatshirt
  • White Blouse/Shirt (long or short sleeve)
  • White Polo Shirt
  • School Tie (optional)
  • Long Grey Trousers
  • Short Grey Trousers
  • Grey Skirt or Pinafore
  • Green Checked Summer Dress
  • Footwear should be black without any other colour, and with low heels.
  • Other items of school uniform are optional, e.g. reversible coats with the school logo and caps with the school logo, and these are available from stores.

Dress Code

The above items are school uniform and it is the expectation that all children should be sent to school in the correct uniform and with the correct PE kit.

Make up and jewellery are not permitted (except stud earrings which the child must be able to remove independently for PE lessons and other physical activities). Children may wear a watch to school and this is encouraged to support learning, again, the child must be able to remove a watch independently for PE lessons and other physical activities.

Should a child attend with make up or jewellery they will be asked to remove them immediately.

Extreme hairstyles are not appropriate for school. The use of styling products should be kept to a minimum and children should not have decorative patterns or ‘tram lines’ cut into their hair or have their hair coloured or dyed. For health and safety reasons and to ensure it does not distract from learning, we advise that long hair be tied back.

Thank you for your support by sending your child to school with the correct uniform and clothing.