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Welcome to the Uniform page.

We have made some changes to improve the system for supplying school uniform.  Please follow the link


There are no minimum order quantities and your uniform will be delivered directly to your home or the school (small delivery charge).


We hope you will find using this service an improvement in our school uniform supply.


NB Order forms are also available from the school office to order by post.




Our school uniform policy is based on the notion that a school uniform promotes a sense of pride in the school, looks smart and is practical, and makes children feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance. Its aim is that all children should wear clothing that is in keeping with a purposeful learning ethos. 


School Uniform
All children from Reception to Year 6 are expected to wear the following school uniform:


Grey/navy skirt or pinafore, or grey trousers (not black/no leggings); blue checked dress or grey shorts (not cycling shorts) may be worn in the Summer term.

White or pale blue polo shirt or blouse/shirt, with or without logo.

Navy sweatshirt or cardigan, with or without logo.

Plain black shoes/trainers (no logo or other colour on the shoes/trainers please).

Plain navy blue, black, grey or white socks/tights.

In the Winter months, black boots are acceptable for outdoor wear but black shoes/trainers must be worn inside school.

School shoes should be sensible and comfortable. We do not allow high heels, flip flops or sandals as these are dangerous when children are playing outside.


P.E. Kit

Indoor PE is usually undertaken in bare feet or occasionally in indoor trainers or plimsolls; this depends on the nature of the activity being undertaken.

Children should have a change of clothing for PE. We ask that children wear a plain white t-shirt and plain navy/black shorts.

Outdoor PE kit consists of warm tracksuit bottoms and a tracksuit top. These should be plain navy, black or grey. A separate pair of PE trainers is required. These can be any colour.
Football/rugby strips are not allowed.
All removable articles of clothing should be clearly marked with the owner’s name.


Jewellery (including watches)

Apart from watches and small stud earrings, jewellery is not allowed in school for safety reasons. If stud earrings are worn and cannot be removed, they must be taped over for P.E.



We prefer children to have sensible hairstyles that are suitable and safe for school. Dramatic hairstyles or brightly dyed hair can draw attention to the child and can encourage behavioural issues. Very long hair can be problematic when children are playing so it is better if it is tied back in a band, and must be tied back for PE lessons. This also helps prevent the dreaded head lice! Hair accessories should be plain and discreet. 

All removable articles of clothing should be clearly marked with the owner’s name.