What is the Uniform Policy?
Our uniform has been planned to be functional, look smart and be cost-effective. All uniform and any valuable items must be marked with your child’s name.
We consider that wearing the correct school uniform is a way of pupils showing that they wish to belong to our school. Pupils not wearing the correct uniform will receive one polite reminder before they are expected to return home and change into the correct uniform. Please contact us regarding any genuine circumstances which mean that the correct uniform is unavailable to your child.
White formal shirt
short or long sleeved
Burgundy v-neck sweatshirt or cardigan
with School Badge
Black Trousers / Black Skirt
must be formal plain trousers or plain knee-length skirt
Red / White gingham dress
Black Formal Shorts
Black socks or black tights
must be plain
Plain black shoes
not trainers or boots
Hair accessories or belts
must be discreet and of uniform colour
Red/black sports top with school badge
must be worn by all pupils from September 2018
Red football / hockey socks
Red rugby shirt or white t-shirt
only acceptable until July 2018
White ankle socks
not canvas shoes
optional for girls
FA ruling on safety
advisable for rugby in years 5 & 6 but essential for year 7.
We discourage pupils from bringing valuable items into school such as jewellery. Studs and a signet ring are allowed (these must be removed for P.E.). However, extreme hair styles, make-up and nail varnish are not. Should your child choose not to follow any of these rules, they will be asked to comply, but failure to do so will result in parents and carers being asked to take their child home.
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Please contact our School Office with any enquiries and you will be directed to speak to the right person where possible. You can either call, email or fill out the form on our contact page.
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