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School Uniform

 

 

White shirt/polo shirt

Grey trousers (not cropped trousers or leggings), tailored shorts, skirt or pinafore

Blue check gingham dress

Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo

Grey, black or white socks or tights

Dark shoes (not trainers or boots)

Royal blue sun hat

Optional: Royal blue waterproof, fleece-lined jacket printed with the school logo (available from Tesco online)

 

Long hair should be tied back for school with a blue, black or white band.

 

 

PE/ KIT - (NB Children should have their PE kit in school everyday)

Navy shorts

White T-shirt printed with the school logo

Trainers (not daps please)

Plain navy tracksuit bottoms

Royal blue hoodie, printed with the school logo

Lightweight showerproof coat (no large logos)

Spare Socks

For children playing football/rugby – boots/trainers

 

From Year 2, children will need a swimming costume or trunks.

Please note that bikinis and long Bermuda shorts are not suitable for school swimming

 

Art aprons are provided for younger children but key stage 2 children should have an apron or old shirt to wear for art/craft activities.

 

AFTER-SCHOOL SPORTS CLUB

Normal school PE kit should be worn. It may be advisable to have a second set of PE clothing available especially in the winter when kit may become muddy and wet.

Children should have their PE kit in school everyday. Please make sure that all items are labelled clearly and are placed in a named, draw-string bag (available from the office).

 

OTHER RECOMMENDED ITEMS

Wellies (essential in Reception and Year 1)

Warm coat, preferably with a hood

Reflective clothing (for dark, winter nights)

 

Lost Property

 

All items of clothing should be clearly marked with the child’s name.

Please check regularly to ensure that the name has not faded.  Unclaimed items are deposited in the Lost Property box in the hall foyer for a reasonable period o
Please visit your child's class page regularly while the school is closed for information to support their learning at home.
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