At all times it is desirable that children should wear sensible shoes and clothes that are suitable for a day in school. It is necessary for the children to go out of doors to reach the hall for lunch and P.E; because of our unpredictable weather, a coat is almost always necessary.
School dress code was made compulsory from September 1997 after a ballot of parents.
Red or Navy blue sweatshirt, pullover or cardigan (plain or with school name)
Plain black, navy or grey trousers, skirt, leggings or track suit bottoms
Dark shoes or trainers (flat heels)
White, Red or Navy shirt, polo shirt or T-shirt (plain or with school name/logo)
As Winter OR
Navy/white or Red/white summer dress (checked or striped)
Shorts (black, navy or grey)
Closed toed shoes or trainers (flat heels) in red, navy, white, grey or black
Children will not be allowed to wear denim or jewellery (except a watch and stud ear-rings for pierced ears) and may not wear make-up or nail varnish.
Sweatshirts, cardigans and other items printed with the school logo may be purchased from Children's Choice on Bridge Street.
Alternatively parents may purchase items without the school logo from a supplier of their choice. (Please ensure correct colours).
The ballot carried out in November 1996 indicated overwhelming parental support for the introduction of a strict dress code (92%) and we look forward to your help and co-operation in making this a success. If you should have any queries or problems, please see Mrs Cadman in the first instance.
P.E. Equipment - Drawstring bag to hold everything and clearly marked with the child's name
Shorts or knickers Navy, black or grey
Socks Only required if tights are worn to school
Footwear: Although trainers are suitable for most outdoor activities, they can be dangerous for apparatus work when bare feet or plimsolls are necessary for safety.
Tracksuit and top (Dark colours) for outdoor activities (Not Reception)