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Uniform Guidelines

The Governors very much appreciate parents' support in ensuring that the children attend school smartly dressed and in the correct uniform.  We regard this as a very important factor in the success of the school.

Our school uniform is designed to be simple, practical and economical. Our school uniform is provided by two suppliers, School Trends and Tesco. 

Please click Tesco to go to the Tesco school uniform website.  

Please click School Trends to go to the School Trends school uniform website

You can chose either supplier or a combination of both.

 

The uniform comprises:   

Black embroidered V-neck pullover or cardigan
White shirt (white polo shirt for Reception children)

Black and gold tie (no tie for Reception children)
Grey trousers/skirt/pinafore dress    

  

 

From September 2018:

Pupils should not bring a pencil case to school as their class is stocked with the stationery items they need to support their learning. Pupils in Reception and Key Stage 1 should only bring a book bag (with a maximum of one keyring attached) and not a rucksack to school. Key Stage 2 pupils may bring a black rucksack to school (Woodmansterne branded or plain black only.)

Additionally, in summer, children may wear:   

Grey short trousers
Yellow and white gingham dress

  
 

Footwear:                            

Sensible black shoes (not open-toe shoes or sandals)
Grey or white sock/grey tights
Wellington boots/outdoor learning shoes to be kept at school throughout the year

P.E. Clothing:                     

Black shorts 
Embroidered T-shirt - red for Ash house, blue for Elm and green for Oak
Trainers 
Black tracksuit bottoms
Black tracksuit top/sweatshirt
White socks
 

Available from school office:                                             

School tie  
                                                            

Please make sure that all items of clothing are clearly marked.
 

General Appearance: 

Jewellery must not be worn for reasons of safety.  If your child has pierced ears only the smallest of studs should be worn to school but these must be removed by the child for P.E.

Long hair (shoulder length and below) must be tied back at all times, for both boys and girls. Hair ties and headbands should be small and discreet in school colours only (black or yellow)

Children should not wear nail polish in school.

Any temporary tattoos or drawings on hands or skin should be removed before coming to school.