We believe that the wearing of uniform creates a sense of community identity; it also helps the children focus on their education as soon as they dress for school each day. Our uniform has been chosen for its ease of availability in general high street stores. Items of clothing that are particular to the school (ie: sweatshirts, fleeces, ties etc.) can be ordered from:
Our supplier is Mapac.
A direct link to the school page will follow shortly.
It is vital that each child’s clothing is clearly named.
- Green sweatshirt/green fleece/green v-necked pullover
- Grey/white polo shirt or shirt and tie*
- Grey trousers/shorts
- Grey/black socks
- Dark shoes/sandals
* Boys are to wear shirts and ties in years 5 and 6 and on special occasions the younger boys may also be asked to wear them.
A seasonally suitable coat.
- Green sweatshirt or fleece/green cardigan
- Grey/white polo shirt or blouse and tie*
- Green/grey skirt or tunic
- Grey trousers (as the boys)
- Green and white dress (summer)
- White socks
- Green/grey/black tights
- Dark shoes/sandals (no heels)
- A seasonally suitable coat.
* Girls are to wear blouses and ties in years 5 and 6 (in cooler months) and on special occasions the younger girls may also be asked to wear them
All pupils – PE/Games
- Plimsolls or training shoes or football boots when appropriate
- White/black/green shorts (not cycle shorts)
- Plain white T-shirt or white school T-shirts
- Green and white football socks and shin pads (if appropriate)
- Black tracksuit for the colder months.
- Drawstring PE bag
Note that long hair should be tied back for games.
Art and Craft Overalls
All children need a named overall – preferably an old adult shirt with elastic at the cuffs and neck and a hook to hang it up with.
Jewellery and Decoration
With the exception of “simple” wrist watches, jewellery should not be worn in school. Hoop earrings and chains are a real danger. Children with pierced ears should wear simple studs. Make up and nail varnish are not permitted.
The school provides basic writing equipment but many children like to have their own coloured pencils, pocket dictionary and geometry equipment as they move into the junior department. Please ensure these items are fully named.
Your child will regularly bring books home. Please encourage them in their care of books and help us cut costs by making sure they are well cared for and brought to and from school in a bag. Specially designed school bags are available from the school office.
All named property is returned as soon as possible to the owner. Unnamed property is kept in the lost property boxes outside the Year 3 classroom. Parents are welcome to check for lost items.