Our school colour is Royal Blue and our Code of Dress consists of:
Grey or black trousers, shorts or skirts.
White or blue shirts.
Royal blue sweatshirts, cardigans and fleeces. Sturdy shoes/sandals. (Blue and white checked dresses are an option during the summer months).
Polo shirts, sweatshirts, cardigans, fleeces and baseball caps are available through the school. On days when the children have Forest School, suitable outdoor clothing should be worn.
For games lessons, all children require a P.E. kit. This should comprise of a plain blue or white T-shirt, blue or white shorts, socks and a suitable top (track suit or spare school sweat shirt) for warming up. A pair of trainers (giving good grip and support) is also required. P.E. kit should be brought to school every Monday, left in school and then taken home every Friday.
An adult’s old shirt is very useful for protecting your child’s clothes during art and craft lessons. It helps if these are adapted so that your child can put them on and take them off independently. For safety reasons the wearing of jewellery is prohibited (except for pierced ear studs and watches). We insist that watches are taken off for P.E. and games lessons. If children have pierced ears, then studs should be removed for all P.E. activities. ALL CLOTHING SHOULD BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME. (Nametapes can be purchased through the school).