Our School Uniform

We have been considering both the impact of the pandemic on the health (physical and mental) of our pupils as well as the financial implications of our uniform. We would like to incorporate more PE into the daily lives of our children and for at least a period of time try to support our families by slimming down the uniform and the cost of what children need for school. By moving to an ‘active uniform’ there will be no need to buy shoes for school, which we are aware seem to be particularly expensive, or school skirts / trousers in addition to PE kit. Alongside this, we know that children are playing differently in school as a result of OPAL (outdoor play and learning) which we have begun this year and that the following items of clothing are probably easier to wash etc.

The Active Uniform is compulsory for all children including Nursery.

From September 2022, we will be asking all children to come to school each day in our Active Uniform which consists of:

  • Red jumper, cardigan or hoodie (with or without the logo on)
  • White polo shirt (with or without the logo on)
  • In summer, children to wear black shorts or skorts
  • In winter, children to wear black tracksuit bottoms (with or without the logo on but no stripes etc)
  • Trainers all black/black with white sole (no coloured logo)
  • Hats may be worn outside school but must not cover the face i.e. balaclavas

Swimming Kit

  • Trunks (NOT swimming ‘shorts’) / swimming costume
  • Towel
  • Swimming hat
  • Goggles (if needed)


  • No jewellery is allowed in school other than a wrist watch for health and safety reasons. Wrist watches must be removed before PE lessons and the school cannot accept responsibility for watches that are lost.

Make Up

  • No make up should be worn.

School Uniform Policy

How To Order

Click here if you wish to order items of school uniform directly from our supplier.

Lost Property

How to contact the school regarding lost property.