White polo shirt/cotton shirt or blouse
Grey trousers/skirt/pinafore dress
White or dark coloured socks or tights
Warm coat, hat and gloves for winter
Tailored style grey shorts
Navy/light blue checked dress
Navy shorts (plain)
Round neck white t-shirt (plain)
Jogging bottoms and jumper in plain, dark colours
Clean plimsolls or trainers
Nothing with any buttons or zips please (for safety)
Bookbags (small in size)
(Children are asked not to bring backpacks into school as we do not have enough room to store them)
Classrooms do not have enough space to store large backpacks.
Ideally bags should be those that have long, thin straps that hang low on a hook and are therefore hard to knock off a small peg. They too must also not be oversized. Ideal bags are ‘messenger’ bags, drawstring bags or satchel type bags. However, for most children a simple book bag is enough.
All but the shortest hair should be tied up. Hair that touches the collar, or a fringe that falls into the eyes, should be tied up or clipped back.
Hair accessories should be practical for school and neutral in colour.
The school does not permit children to have ‘extreme’ haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children. This includes patterns cut into the hair, Mohican styles, artificial colours, or spiking. The definition of an extreme hairstyle is at the discretion of the Headteacher.
Any earings should be plain studs; they will need to be removed for PE.
No jewellery to be worn, except a watch, unless it is religious in nature and a parent has confirmed this.
No nail varnish is to be worn. Please keep nails short and practical for school.
Please name all items of clothing. A biro marking on the label is usually enough.
Shoes should be practical for school - If trainers are worn as school shoes then these trainers must be entirely black - No flip flops, jellies, clogs or boots are allowed.
- Water bottle should contain plain water or, if a child is at risk of not drinking, flavoured water that is sugar-free and clear please.