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Uniform

School uniform is important as it give the children a sense of belonging.  It also allows us to look smart. All pupils should be wearing school uniform.

We believe that uniform is helpful in establishing good standards of appearance in school and it helps our children to develop a sense of identity, pride and community. However, uniform does not need to be branded. It can be plain or with the school logo only. 

We ask all items of clothing to be clearly marked with your child's name so that they can be returned to you if they are mislaid. 

We have a PE uniform, as children are able to wear their PE kits on their PE days. 

With the cost of living, we appreciate that school uniform can be a burden. As a school we intend to reuse lost or donated uniform and will  hold regular second hand sales of uniform. As well as the uniform shop below, supermarkets and other uniform retailers can be used to purchase uniform. 

Uniform

  • Blue sweatshirt / blue cardigan 
  • White polo shirt 
  • Black trousers / black shorts / black skirt (No leggings)
  • Black, grey or white socks / black or grey tights 
  • Black shoes 
  • Black, blue or hair-coloured hair bobble for long hair

In summer, or on warm days, there is the option to wear a blue and white gingham dress.

PE Kit

For PE all children (Reception – Year 6) need:

  • Collarless plain white T-shirt OR collarless plain T-shirt in the colours of the child's house (Red - St. Peter, Blue - St. Andrew, Yellow - St James, Green - St. John, or White) 

  • Black PE shorts or plain black track-suit bottoms / jogging bottom

  • Plimsolls / pumps / trainers 

  • Plain Tracksuit Top / Plain Sweatshirt (outdoor winter)

  • Gym bag to keep these in at school ‚Äč

PE Kit should also be worn for after school sporting clubs. All PE kits should be free from any logo or brand name, apart from the school logo.

Our uniform shop and accessories can be purchased here

Our full uniform policy can be found below.