Following consultation with lots of parents and carers, we have taken the decision to make some minor changes to our school uniform for September 2018. We believe that these changes will help to make the children look smarter and avoid too many variations in what children are wearing. We currently have a small supply of sky blue shirts in school as we appreciate that they are not as easy to come by. Ties can also be bought directly from school.
Other items that can be bought directly from school are book backs, PE bags and caps.
PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE AWARE THAT MANY OF YOU HAVE HAD DIFFICULTY BUYING OUR OFFICIAL UNIFORM FROM THE AGREED SUPPLIER. WE ARE HOPING TO RESOLVE THIS PROBLEM QUICKLY AND SUPPLY ITEMS DIRECTLY FROM SCHOOL FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE.
Our school uniform is:
A navy blue sweatshirt/cardigan (with or without the school logo)
A sky blue shirt (no polo T-shirts)
Grey socks/grey tights (white ankle socks in the summer for girls)
Dark,sensible shoes – not trainers
A light blue gingham dress in the summer
Our PE kitis:
White t-shirt (with or without the school logo)
Trainers and warmer clothing may be required during the colder months
Swimming kits are required for junior children. Parents will be informed about this in a separate letter.
PE kits are an essential item and children should have them in school at all times. Letters may be sent home reminding parents if children do not have a kit in school.
For obvious health and safety reasons we encourage children NOT to wear jewellery of any kind. Earrings pose a particular risk and should be avoided if possible. However, if they are to be worn, please ensure that they are only very small studs and they should be removed before PE lessons. We accept no responsibility for any personal items that are lost or stolen during the school day.
As you can imagine, school is a very busy place and from time to time things get lost. It is therefore vital that your child’s clothing is labelled clearly with their name. We ask children not to bring any items of value into school, as there is always the chance that they could be lost.