Aims and objectives
We believe that school uniform:
• promotes a sense of pride in the school;
• engenders a sense of community and belonging towards the school;
• is practical and smart;
• identifies the children with the school;
• prevents children from coming to school in fashion clothes that could be distracting to their learning;
• makes children feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance;
• is regarded as suitable wear for school and good value for money by most parents;
• is designed with health, safety and practicality in mind.

• Grey or black trousers or shorts
• White collared poloshirt or white shirt
• School sweatshirt - red with embroidered logo
• Black shoes (no trainers)
• Grey socks
• A warm waterproof hooded coat *
• A pair of wellies
• Sunhat
• Waterproof overclothes available through our uniform supplier (optional)

• Grey skirt or grey pinafore dress or grey or black trousers or shorts
• White blouse or white collared T-shirt
• School sweatshirt or cardigan - red with embroidered logo
• Grey/black/red tights
• Summer dress - red and white gingham
• Black shoes (no trainers)
• A warm waterproof hooded coat *
• A pair of wellies
• Sunhat
• Waterproof overclothes available through our uniform supplier (optional)

• Socks
• School P.E red poloshirt
• Black P.E shorts
• Black tracksuit bottoms**
• Tracksuit top or other warm top for outdoor games**
• Black plimsolls for indoors and trainers for outdoor
• School red P.E Bag

** Alternatively a school tracksuit is available to
purchase from our uniform suppliers.

HOW to purchase uniform

Uniform can be purchased on-line from the school’s supplier Wovina at www.wovina.com
Alternatively, please contact either school office. We always have a few samples of each size in stock so that items can be tried for size. We also have a good selection of second hand uniform. Please ask in school office for details.










Please make sure all clothing is clearly labelled, including school shoes, socks, lunch boxes and drink bottles.

Your child also requires a school book bag and a water bottle.


Children may wear small plain stud earrings if they have their ears pierced, but earrings must not be worn for PE lessons. Pupils should remove earrings themselves before PE lessons and place in a named purse/coin bag. Younger children may struggle to remove and replace earrings themselves and it is advisable not to wear them on PE days.
Covering earrings with tape gives perception of safety but it is not recommended as tape can fall off and does not reduce the risk of compression injury.
Watches may be worn at the owner’s risk.


Long hair (longer than shoulder length) should be tied back. No fashion hairstyles.