Our children wear a smart school uniform which shows them that they belong and gives them a sense of pride in their school. In turn, we are proud of their smart turn-out which often draws comment when we go on school trips. See Uniform here
White shirt, school tie, red v-necked jumper or cardigan with school crest, grey trousers or shorts (grey skirt or pinafore for girls if preferred), white or grey socks. Girls may wear grey or red tights with skirts/pinafores. Sensible black shoes (not trainers).
Coats, hats and other cold weather gear worn into school can be hung in the cloakrooms during the day.
Boys: White polo shirt, red school jumper if cool, grey shorts or trousers, grey socks, sensible black shoes (not trainers)
Girls: Red/white gingham dress (various designs are available), red school jumper/cardigan if cool, white socks, sensible black shoes.
In hot weather a hat would be sensible for play time.
'Summer' and 'Winter' are not intended to be prescriptive: children often wear winter uniform in cool weather at the beginning of the summer term and summer uniform if the weather is warm in September.
Red polo shirt, black shorts and trainers. Dark track suit/jogging bottoms and red school hoodies if cool.
Children will need a drawstring bag to carry their PE kit. These can be obtained from most supermarkets and sports retailers.
School jumpers and cardigans, with an embroidered crest, can be ordered on-line from Tesco, as can hoodies book bags and rucksacks. Other items of uniform are sold by a number of different retailers (e.g. Marks & Spencer, supermarkets etc.)