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School Uniform

Our school colours are navy blue, grey and white.  We have navy blue sweatshirts with the school logo available for purchase at very reasonable prices.

 

Although school uniform is not compulsory, we ask you to make sure that your child is dressed suitably for coming to school and be tidy in appearance.  Jeans, casual clothes and fashion shoes (these include high-heeled, sling-back clogs, mules and open-toed sandals which constitute a Health & Safety Risk in a building with long corridors and stairs) are not suitable for school wear.  If you would like more information please call the school office on 01934 427130.

 

We recommend the following:

Boys

–   Grey trousers

–   Navy blue jumper or navy blue school sweatshirt

–   White polo shirt/shirt

–   For summer, either black or grey shorts with white polo shirt.

 

Girls

–   Grey skirt or pinafore dress or grey trousers

–   Navy blue cardigan or navy blue school sweatshirt

–   White blouse

–   For summer, either navy blue and white check dress or grey skirt with white polo shirt.

Protection from the sun is an important aspect of school summer clothing and the Health Authority clearly warns parents that exposed skin during the summer period can lead to serious skin disorders.

 

All Pupils

For PE black or white shorts and a navy blue or white T-shirt, one pair of plimsolls (daps) and a bag for PE kit.  It is a compulsory element of Health Education that all pupils should have a change of clothing for PE with suitable footwear.

 

As well as sweatshirts, cardigans and fleeces with the school logo, book bags can be purchased from the school office.

 

Please ensure that all clothing is clearly marked with your child's name.

 

It is believed that to wear school UNIFORM has a serious effect on improving children's attitude to classroom and general school behaviour.  We would like to create a sense of common purpose and identity in the school.

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