Uniform

A school uniform gives a school a sense of identity,  belonging and pride. It also ensures all pupils are on an equal footing, provides good value for money and minimises conflict in the morning about what clothing should be worn!  The Governing Body strongly encourages pupils to wear school uniform; please adhere to these guidelines at all times.

We use Mapac and orders can be made online and delivered straight to your door. The website link for the uniform supplier is https://www.mapac.com/education/parents.

Please ensure all items are named and check regularly that your writing / labels can still be read clearly.


From September 2020

Upper body:

Pale blue or white polo shirt.

Navy blue sweatshirt or cardigan.

Lower body:

Black, Navy blue or grey skirt, shorts, trousers or pinafore dress. (No leggings, jeans, jersey skirts or dresses)

Footwear:

Black, grey or navy flat shoes (no sandals)

P.E. Kits:

All children should wear appropriate kit for PE lessons. They will not be allowed to wear PE kit during other lesson time. Bags for PE kit are available from the school online supplier.

 

  • Navy blue or white t-shirt. (No commercial logos)
  • Black shorts.
  • Dark tracksuits for winter sports.
  • Suitable footwear (plimsolls or trainers children must change their footwear for PE lessons).

Swimming:  

  • Boys to wear swimming trunks / shorts.
  • Girls to wear an all-in-one swimming costume (no bikinis).
  • All children must wear a swimming hat.

Jewellery:

  • Items such as bracelets or necklaces must not be worn to school.  
  • If a child has pierced ears then small studs may be worn as long as the child is able to remove them when required to do so. Earrings must be removed for PE lessons. Please do not have children’s ears pierced during the school term – only the Summer holiday is appropriate to give sufficient time for piercings to heal.

Hairstyles:

  • Longer hair must be tied back at all times.
  • Please ensure that hair styles are appropriate for a school environment (no bright colours and no patterns shaved into hair).  Hair accessories should also be plain.

From September 2021

Upper body:

  • Navy blue polo shirt.
  • Navy blue sweatshirt or cardigan.

Lower body:

  • Black skirt, shorts or trousers or pinafore dress. (No leggings, jeans, jersey skirts or dresses).    

Footwear:

  • Black flat shoes. No commercial logos
  • No boots should be worn during the school day. (In cases of adverse weather, appropriate boots can be brought to school in a named bag so children can change for play time).
  • Black socks.

P.E. Kits:

All children should wear appropriate kit for PE lessons. They will not be allowed to wear PE kit during other lesson time. Bags for PE kit are available from the school online supplier. Children must wear:

  • Navy blue t-shirt. (No commercial logos)
  • Black shorts.
  • Navy or black tracksuits for winter sports.
  • Suitable footwear (plimsolls or Black or white trainers children must change their footwear for PE lessons). No commercial logos.

Swimming:  

  • Boys to wear swimming trunks / shorts.
  • Girls to wear an all-in-one swimming costume (no bikinis).
  • All children must wear a swimming hat.

Jewellery:

  • Items such as bracelets or necklaces must not be worn to school.  
  • If a child has pierced ears then small studs may be worn as long as the child is able to remove them when required to do so. Earrings must be removed for PE lessons. Please do not have children’s ears pierced during the school term – only the Summer holiday is appropriate to give sufficient time for piercings to heal.

Hairstyles:

  • Longer hair must be tied back at all times.
  • Please ensure that hair styles are appropriate for a school environment (no bright colours and no patterns shaved into hair).  Hair accessories should also be plain.

The policy supports the high-expectations of behaviour and personal responsibility that the school expects from pupils. Where the policy is not adhered to, pupils will be reminded of the expectations (along with their parents or carers if appropriate, particularly taking into account the age of the child).  If the policy continues to be ignored then children may be removed from lessons until such time as the uniform is corrected.