- Black or navy shorts
- White t-shirt* round-necked and short-sleeved
- Plimsolls or indoor trainers
In addition, from Y2 upwards pupils will require:
- Tracksuit or jogging bottoms and long-sleeved rugby-type top
- Old trainers for cross-country running/field
- Sports trainers for playground activities
For hockey and football clubs pupils may require shin pads
Younger children mayalso need warm outdoor kit if they take part in after school sports clubs.
Although not compulsory, it is expected that all children will wear school uniform.
- Navy blue sweatshirt*, cardigan* or pullover
- Plain white or pale blue shirt, blouse or polo shirt*
- Grey trousers, skirt, pinafore or shorts
- Black, sensible shoes (NOT trainers)
- Blue and white checked/striped summer dress
- Sun hat
Book bags* and uniform coats* are also available.
Items marked * are available with the school's logo. Please enquire at the school office for the most recent prices.
Although not compulsory, it is expected that all children will wear uniform.
Navy blue sweatshirts* or pullovers*
Plain white or blue shirt
Grey trousers or shorts
Black sensible school shoes – NOT trainers
Sun hat for protection
Navy blue sweatshirts* or cardigan*
Grey skirt or pinafore dress
Plain white or blue blouse
Black sensible school shoes – NOT ankle or fashion boots
Summer wear: blue + white check/striped dress to own design and sunhat
White T shirt, round necked and short sleeved*
Plimsolls or sensible trainers
In addition, KS2 children may require:
Tracksuit or jogging bottoms and long sleeved rugby-type top
Old trainers for cross-country running
Sports trainers for playground activities, tennis, athletics, rounders, cricket etc.
For hockey and football - studded boots are best, but trainers would be adequate. Shin pads should be worn with long socks.
NB Younger children may need warm outdoor kit if they take part in after school sports sessions.
*All these items are available from the School Office. Prices availble on request.
Please make sure that everything is named. We have large collections of unclaimed, unnamed lost property which parents are requested to check regularly. Any items not collected are likely to be sold as second hand uniform, or disposed of at the end of each term.
For safety reasons, jewellery should not be worn for school. If a child’s ears have been pierced only plain studs should be worn at school, and these should be removed for all PE activities; please be aware that no staff member can be responsible for removing jewellery. For this reason, we kindly request that piercing of ears takes place at the beginning of the long summer break to allow sufficient time for these to heal and for children to learn how to remove earrings themselves.
If your child chooses to wear a wristwatch for school, it is advisable for this to be clearly named.