School Uniform

school uniform

Uniform plays an extremely important part in helping the children to develop a sense of identity with the school and in helping us to achieve the standards of work and behaviour we all wish for. We have appreciated excellent support from parents for many years and experience tells us that there should be no compromises.


  • Navy Blue cardigan or v-neck pullover.
  • White shirt.
  • School tie (always available for purchase from school office).
  • Medium grey skirt or trousers (‘school wear’, no fashion alternatives).
  • ‘School wear’ dresses in the Summer Term.
  • White socks with skirts or dresses.
  • Plain grey socks with trousers.
  • White or black tights (for cold weather).
  • Black flat heeled shoes (not trainers).


  • Navy blue v-neck pullover.
  • White shirt.
  • School tie (always available for purchase from school office).
  • Medium grey trousers or shorts ( ‘school wear’, no fashion alternatives).
  • Plain grey socks.
  • Black shoes (not trainers).

Physical Education (Girls and Boys)

  • Team colour polo shirt, black shorts, team colour socks and plimsolls or trainers.
  • Football boots and shin pads are essential for football, rugby, and hockey.
  • Track suits may be worn during cold weather.
  • Team colour clothing is available through John Lewis.
  • For swimming girls should wear a one piece costume and boys should wear swimming trunks or shorts. A swimming cap is essential.

Protective clothing should be worn for practical subjects (eg an old shirt). Long hair should be tied back. Jewellery should not be worn to avoid accidents or loss/damage, except one small stud in each ear if pierced (must be removed by the child for PE lesson, except within first six weeks of piercing, when
studs can be taped over - tape supplied from home).

Lost Property

All unnamed lost property is kept near the back staircase and parents are welcome to look there at any time. More valuable items such as watches are handed in to the school office. Lost property is cleared at the end of every term. Items which are not named are then either given away or disposed of. Please help us by making sure that everything is clearly marked with your child’s name!
We regret that we cannot accept responsibility for any personal property brought to the school and we advise that children do not bring items of particular value. Dinner money should be brought in a named purse and may be given to your child’s class teacher for safe keeping.