Uniform

It is our school policy that all children wear school uniform when attending school, or when participating in a school-organised event outside normal school hours. We provide a complete list of the items needed for school uniform on our school website, in line with the most recent government statutory guidance.

Our policy on school uniform is based on the notion that school uniform:

  • promotes a sense of pride in the school;
  • engenders a sense of community and belonging towards the school;
  • is practical and smart;
  • identifies the children with the school and sets the tone for education;
  • makes children feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance;
  • is regarded as suitable wear for school and good value for money by most parents;
  • is designed with health and safety in mind.
  • addresses any appropriate equality, diversity and inclusion needs.

Water Bottle

Please send your child into school with a full, named bottle of water every day

Book Bag

Children will be able to borrow story books from our library.  Please encourage your child to re-tell the story, predict events and answer questions about the story.  Please ensure books are well looked after.  School book bags are available from many retailers and our school uniform providers.

Strong Waterproof sports bag or rucksack

Children will require a strong waterproof sports bag or rucksack not “handbag” style for PE kit.

EYFS & Key Stage 1 School Uniform (Years Reception, Year 1 and Year 2)

EYFS & Key Stage 1 Girls’ Uniform – Winter

  • Plain navy skit or navy pinafore (A line, knee length) or navy trousers
  • Light blue polo shirt with school badge (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • Navy sweat cardigan with school badge (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • Navy long socks or tights
  • Sensible, black shows – boots, trainers, trainer style or canvas whose should not be worn

EYFS & Key Stage 1 Girls Uniform – Summer

  • Blue / White gingham dress
  • Navy sweat cardigan with school badge (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • White or navy short socks
  • Black school shoes or white, tan or black sensible (closed in) sandals

EYFS & Key Stage 1 Boys’ Uniform – Winter and summer

  • Light grey trousers (flannel, not cord, not shiny).  Grey shorts in the summer
  • Light blue polo shirt with school badge (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • Navy crew sweatshirt with school badge (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • Grey socks (not trainer socks)
  • Sensible, black shoes – boots, trainers, trainer style or canvas whose should not be worn

EYFS & Key Stage 1 Boys’ and Girls’ PE Kit

  • White polo/t-shirt
  • Navy blue or black plain shorts
  • White socks
  • Black plimsolls (for indoor use) and Trainers (outdoor use)

In addition to the above Key Stage 1 Boys’ and Girls’ Winter PE Kit can include any of the following:

  • Navy blue jumper (not school uniform jumper)
  • Navy blue tracksuit bottoms

Key Stage 2 School Uniform (Year 3 and Year 4)

Key Stage 2 Girls’ Uniform – Winter

  • Plain navy skit or navy pinafore (A line, knee length) or navy trousers
  • White shirt
  • School tie (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • Navy v-neck cardigan with school badge (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • White or navy long socks or tights
  • Black school shoes
  • Students may wear a navy or black headscarf

Key Stage 2 Girls Uniform – Summer

  • Blue / White gingham dress
  • Navy cardigan with school badge (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • White or navy short socks
  • Black school shoes (closed in) sandals
  • Students may wear a navy or black headscarf

Key Stage 2 Boys’ Uniform – Winter and summer

  • Plain light grey trousers (flannel, not cord, not shiny).  Grey shorts in the summer
  • White shirt
  • School tie (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • Navy v-neck jumper with school badge (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • Grey socks (not trainer socks)
  • Sensible, black shoes – boots, trainers, trainer style or canvas whose should not be worn

Key Stage 2 Girls’ PE Kit

  • PE top with school crest (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • Navy PE skirt
  • White sport socks
  • Black leggings
  • White Trainers (with non marking soles)
  • Football boots (either screw in studs or moulded studs.  No blades or astros.  Boot bag (optional)
  • Shin pads (optional)

In addition to the above Key Stage 2 Girls’ PE Kit can include any of the following:

  • Navy blue tracksuit bottoms
  • Navy blue/black skins or thermals
  • Navy blue fleece or sweatshirt (not school uniform)
  • BFS fleece (optional) (available from our school uniform suppliers)

Key Stage 2 Boys’ PE Kit

  • PE top with school crest (available from our school uniform suppliers)
  • Navy PE shorts
  • White sport socks
  • White Trainers (with non marking soles)
  • Football boots (either screw in studs or moulded studs.  No blades or astros.  Boot bag (optional)
  • Shin pads (optional)

In addition to the above Key Stage 2 Boys’ PE Kit can include any of the following:

  • Navy blue tracksuit bottoms
  • Navy blue/black skins or thermals
  • Navy blue fleece or sweatshirt (not school uniform)
  • BFS fleece (optional) (available from our school uniform suppliers)

Hair

Hair should be kept clean and tidy and must not be worn in any extreme style or have an appearance inconsistent with traditional good standards of uniform. Hair must be appropriate for a smart office environment. We realise that this can be interpreted differently according to culture and ethnicity and are happy to accept and value all kinds of smart as long as these are consistent with the Head Teacher’s final judgement.

We follow the Halo Code. If worn short, hair may have a gradual fade, but should not be stepped or a grade 0 at any point. If short hair is worn the same length all over it may be no shorter than grade 2. Hair should be of a natural colour. No patterns or tramlines should be shaved into the hair or the eyebrows. Long hair should be fastened or tied back for practical activities. Hair ornaments should not be worn. Hair bands/hijabs must be plain and either black, white or navy.

Jewellery

On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school. The exceptions to this rule are ear-ring studs in pierced ears in the lower lobes. In Key Stage 1 watches are not permitted.

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