Look smart / Think smart

It is the expectation of the school that all pupils wear school uniform.  This helps to promote a positive identity, supports discipline, set standards and prevents pupils from wearing unsafe or unsuitable ‘fashion clothes’ which are often more costly.


Long grey trousers or shorts

Grey socks

Plain pale blue shirt, not polo shirts

Ties to be worn by all boys, including under sweatshirts (elasticated ties available for KS1*) during Autumn and Spring Term

Black shoes/sandals not open toed: not trainers

Plain dark coat or School Fleece*

Summer: short sleeved plain pale blue shirt, not polo shirts no tie

V-necked plain navy blue pullover or school sweatshirt*

Summer: school sunhat*



Grey skirt for Key Stage 2 Pinafore dress or grey skirt for Key Stage 1 Grey school trousers can be worn in the winter months (ie Autumn half term to end of Spring term)

Plain pale blue blouse/shirt Ties to be worn by girls with blouses/shirts, including under sweatshirts during the Autumn and Spring term (elasticated ties available for KS1)

Sensible low heeled black shoes/sandals not open toed (NOT fashion shoes)

Plain dark coat or School Fleece*

V-necked plain navy blue pullover/cardigan or school sweatshirt*

Plain navy blue/white socks/navy tights with winter uniform

Plain navy/white socks with summer uniform

Summer dress - pale blue and white check in school pattern

Summer: school sunhat*

Hair accessories should be blue or white: Long hair tied back


Sports Equipment:

Navy blue shorts

Plain red polo shirt

Navy track suit (KS2)

Trainers or plimsolls

Red or navy football socks as necessary (KS2)

Swimsuit/trunks and swimming hat



School sweatshirts, cardigans, PE kit bags, reading book bags, ties, and sun hats are available from the School Office. Fleeces can be ordered from the office.



Jewellery is not permitted to be worn in school. Stud earrings are the only type of earring allowed but must be removed for P.E. and games lessons. Watches are brought to school at the children's own risk.


Lost Property:

As the children wear school uniform and articles of clothing are almost identical, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT ALL ITEMS, INCLUDING UNDERWEAR AND TIES, ARE CLEARLY MARKED WITH THE CHILD'S NAME. There are baskets for lost property near all classrooms and parents are asked to check these if uniform goes missing. Forms for ordering name tapes are available from the School Office.