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Uniform & equipment



If you wish to purchase uniform with the school logo on please use the link below for 'School Trends'.  Uniform is delivered to school.


Boys uniform -

· Grey trousers/shorts

· White/pale blue polo shirt or pale blue/white shirt

· Navy blue sweatshirt

· Navy blue fleece jacket  (optional)

· Grey/black ankle socks

· Smart shoes (no open toes)

Girls uniform -

· Grey/blue skirt or tunic or blue and white striped/checked dress

· White/pale blue polo shirt or pale blue/white blouse

· Navy blue sweatshirt or cardigan

· Navy blue fleece jacket (optional)

· Grey/white ankle socks (summer)

· Grey, navy or black tights (winter)

· Smart shoes (no open toes)

PE Kit (in a named bag) kept at school at all times:

· Round-necked T-shirt (house colour)

· Blue / black shorts

· Trainers/daps

· Dark blue / black tracksuit or jogging bottoms / sweatshirt

Your child will also need:

· Book bag (brought to school everyday)

· Wellington boots (Infants must keep in school at all times)

· Art apron (old shirt)

· Hat/sun cream (summer)

· Warm coat (winter)

· Hat/gloves (winter)

· Water bottle

Other useful equipment:

· A supply of writing and coloured pencils

· 30cm ruler

· Glue stick

· Pencil sharpener

· Eraser

· Handwriting pen  (Years 3, 4, 5 & 6)



Fashionable clothes and shoes are discouraged, as is the wearing of jewellery, including earrings. We are keen to promote physical activities both at playtime and during the normal school day and for this reason we discourage the wearing of heeled or platform-soled shoes. If earrings are worn (stud only) they must be taken out or covered with a plaster for any form of physical education. We are unable to take responsibility for any jewellery that is worn in school.


We ask that pupils come to school with appropriate hair cuts/colour for a learning environment.  Elaborately shaved hair patterns or use of hair dye by pupils (apart from temporary colouring e.g. for Red Nose Day) should be avoided.  We ask for your co-operation with this for the image of the school and the well-being of the child.