It is not the policy of the Education Committee to make compulsory the wearing of any distinctive clothing or uniform. However, all pupils are required to attend school appropriately dressed, and for the assistance of parents many schools have adopted guidelines on dress. This school offers parents the choice of an informal school uniform which is as follows:
Burgundy sweatshirt Burgundy sweatshirt or cardigan
White shirt White blouse
Grey trousers Grey skirt
Sensible black or dark shoes Sensible black or dark shoes
Grey or white socks White or grey socks or tights
School tie School tie
Grey trousers may be worn during
the Autumn and Spring Terms
During snowy or very wet weather boots may be worn, but shoes must be also be brought for children to wear in class.
In the Summer - as above or:
White polo shirt (without tie) White polo shirt (without tie)
Grey shorts Red and white striped or checked dress
Suitable sandals may be worn Suitable sandals may be worn.
Sandals should be supportive and suitable for active play. No flip flops or strappy sandals, sparkles, toys or unsuitable heels
Both boys and girls are requested to wear socks at all times please.
Other than wristwatches, no jewellery is allowed in school. Earrings should not be worn to school. If you are considering having your child’s ears pierced we would recommend that this takes place in the summer holiday to allow time for the ears to heal completely before the return to school.
To participate fully in Physical Education pupils will need:
- Black pull-on or Velcro pumps (not lace-ups please)
- Plain white T-Shirt
- Black shorts
- White socks for girls when wearing tights
- Track suit or similar for outdoor PE during colder weather
- PE bag with drawstring clearly marked with the child’s name
A spare pair of socks and pants kept in the PE bag can be very useful for unforeseen circumstances..