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Our School Uniform

 

Our Uniform consists of:

 

BOYS

                        Grey Trousers or Shorts

                        White Shirt or Polo Shirt

                        Red Jumper / Sweatshirt                                                       

                        Black Shoes

 

GIRLS

                        Grey Trousers / or Grey Skirt / Culottes

                        White Blouse / Polo Shirt

                        Red Jumper / Sweatshirt / Cardigan

                        Red Gingham Summer Dress 

                        Black Shoes

     

 

 

 

For safety reasons the wearing of jewellery (with the exception of watches) is discouraged.  If your child has pierced ears, please ensure that only small studs are worn.  All jewellery must be removed when taking part in PE and swimming.

We also ask that children with shoulder length/long hair have it tied back at all times, with black or red, subtle hair accessories. When taking part in PE lessons, children must have it tied back with a suitably soft item to ensure their own and others health and safety, as per the Association for Physical Education guidelines.

What We Wear For Physical Education

                        Black / Navy shorts

                        Plain or school logo red t-shirt

                        Black pumps (indoor)

                        Trainers (suitable for outdoor use)

 

During the winter months we would recommend that the children also have jogging bottoms and a fleece for when PE is outdoors.

 

PE kits should be brought to school at the start of each week on a Monday and taken home on a Friday for washing. No earrings are allowed to be worn during lessons. 

Year 6 Leaver's Hoodies

During the Summer Term, before your child is in Year 6 they will be offered the option to buy a red Leaver's Hoodie, with the year of leaving on the back.  The Year 6’s are permitted to wear these in place of their jumpers throughout their last year and it is a great way for them to start out as role models for the rest of the school. 

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