It’s a new school year, so a perfect time for us to remind ourselves of the correct uniform. Teachers will be cracking down on uniform this term: the first time your child is in incorrect uniform or PE kit, they will receive a yellow card, the second time will warrant a detention.
Early Years: Every child in either Nursery or Reception is required to wear our school tracksuit and trainers. Skirts or leather school shoes are not permitted. In the summer, children can wear navy blue shorts and a white polo shirt.
KS1 & KS2: Children in Years 1-6 are required to wear our v-neck school jumper and school tie. Children must also wear a white shirt or polo and dark grey skirt, shorts, pinafore or trousers. No other colours are permitted. Black tights or plain coloured socks are allowed. White or multicoloured tights and over the knee socks are not permitted.
Children must wear black school shoes. Other shoes are not allowed.
On very warm days, children may wear a short sleeved white shirt or polo and their school tie along with dark grey shorts or skirt, or a blue and white gingham summer dress.
In Years 1-6, children are required to wear a school PE t-shirt in their house colour. Children can either wear a navy school tracksuit, or navy or black tracksuit bottoms or shorts. Tracksuit bottoms or shorts in any other colour or with large logos or stripes are not permitted. Children may either way the school sweatshirt or the v-neck school jumper. Hoodies or any other jumpers are not permitted.
If children wear incorrect PE kit, they will first receive a warning, and then a detention the next time. Hoodies, if worn inside the school building, will be confiscated until the end of the day.
For swimming, all children are required to wear appropriate swimwear and a swimming hat.