The school policy is that we expect pupils to wear the correct uniform and we ask that parents/carers name all items of clothing (including coats) clearly. If children are not in the correct uniform we would ask that parents/carers notify the school of the situation; if contact is not made by parents/carers, the school will contact them to work with them to rectify the matter.
Sweatshirts, sweat cardigans, royal blue PE t-shirts with the school logo, royal blue PE fleeces with the school logo, royal blue polo shirts with the school logo, bookbags and PE bags with the school logo can be ordered online from our uniform suppliers –http://www.brigade.uk.com/parents/
Royal blue jumper/sweatshirt or cardigan (from Brigade)
White blouse or polo shirt (white or royal blue)
Grey or black skirt, pinafore, trousers or shorts
Summer uniform – blue and white checked or striped dress/skirt (optional)
Grey or black tights (optional)
Royal blue jumper/sweatshirt (from Brigade)
White shirt or polo shirt (white or royal blue)
Grey or black trousers or shorts (no black denim)
Children should bring an appropriate coat into school every day as it is our policy to enjoy outdoor learning and play in all weathers.
Shoes or ankle boots may be worn and should be a dark colour such as black, navy or brown. Trainers, flip flops, backless sandals or crocs are not permitted. Socks or tights must be worn at all times.
Children may wear wristwatches and small, plain studs only in pierced ears but in the interests of safety, no other jewellery may be worn.
Earrings must be removed for PE lessons unless it is within 6 weeks of the ears being pierced, in which case the earrings may be covered with tape (provided by parents) for the lesson.
Nail varnish or make up is not permitted in school.
Plain white or royal blue t-shirt - no vest tops (from Brigade)
Black shorts, skort or sports leggings
For colder weather:
Dark colour (black, navy, grey) jog bottoms and jumper/sweatshirt/hoodie – plain design
Royal blue PE fleece with the school logo (from Brigade)
PE kit should be in school every day because although some lessons are at fixed times, other lessons may be more ad hoc.