The school endeavours to ensure that our uniform is as gender neutral as possible.
The uniform is as follows:
Trainers, open-toed sandals, and large, thick boots are not considered suitable footwear for school. High heels are not permitted. Sensible, plain black shoes must be worn by both boys and girls.
Black jeans and leggings are not permitted in day-to-day school uniform.
All items of clothing and footwear must be labelled with the pupils’ name.
All of our uniform can be purchased from high street retailers, including supermarkets. We do not require pupils to have uniform with logos on. If parents wish to purchase items that include logos (cardigans/jumpers/book bags/coats), these can be purchased from:
Our PTA holds a small stock of second hand uniform. This is arranged for sale at school a few times a year, for a low cost. In addition, requests to view/purchase second hand uniform can be made at any time via the school office/Headteacher/Deputy Headteacher. The school is also able to source uniform for families who are suffering from particular hardship upon request.
Schools are now required to have a School Uniform Policy. Our policy is below. If you require a paper copy, please speak to the office.