We have a simple inexpensive uniform and expect all children to wear it. School is a working environment and it is important that children are dressed in an appropriate and practical way. When children wear a uniform it helps to foster a sense of pride in belonging to their school.
The school colours are burgundy, white and grey. In the winter children wear plain grey trousers or shorts, pinafores or skirts, white polo shirts, shirts or blouses, and burgundy school sweatshirts or cardigans. Plain trousers (that are not leggings) should be worn. In the summer, burgundy gingham dresses or grey shorts may be worn. Socks or tights should be plain black, white or grey.
PE kit should consist of burgundy t-shirt, black shorts, trainers and plimsolls in a bag. Jogging bottoms or tracksuits, plain black, should be provided for outdoor PE in colder weather with the school sweatshirt.
Shoes should be plain black. Preferable with velcro fastenings or that slip on. So that pupils can change them for other activities quickly.
Hairstyles should be sensible without too much gel or ‘tramlines’ and not coloured. Long hair should be tied back off the face. Hair accessories should be discreet and in keeping with the school colours.
Uniform is supplied by Brigade clothing limited and can be ordered online at http://www.brigade.uk.com . We ask parents to purchase sweatshirts/ cardigans with the school logo on from Brigade clothing limited but other uniform can be bought elsewhere, providing it is the correct colour.
All clothing must be named, preferably with sewn labels. Shoes should be black and sensible (without heels) and we ask that trainers are NOT worn for school. We also ask that boots are not worn as these can be cumbersome for children when they sit on the floor.