Please ensure if your child wears a headscarf (hijab), it is in keeping with the school uniform policy. Therefore, we welcome green and black scarves where possible.
(The school uniform may change throughout the year due to extreme weather conditions. For example, if pupils wear wellington boots to school, they will be expected to change into school shoes once in the school building. In times of extreme heat, children will be allowed to wear suitable lightweight clothing. At this time, notifications will be sent from school).
Our School Uniform
We believe that wearing a school uniform encourages a sense of belonging and identity for the pupils. All our uniform can be purchased at supermarkets or high street shops.
Aims and Objectives
- Our Policy on school uniform is based on the notion that school uniform:
- promotes a sense of pride in the school
- engenders a sense of community and belonging towards the school
- is practical and smart
- identifies the children with the school
- makes children feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance
- is regarded as suitable wear for school and good value for money by most parents
- is designed with practicality, health and safety in mind
The following protected characteristics have been taken into consideration when developing and implementing the school’s uniform policy:
- religion or belief
- race (including colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin)
- gender reassignment
Further information on uniform can be found at school uniforms