The school encourages the following dress at all times. Many parents find it creates fewer problems than letting children have a completely free choice. Our school uniform can be bought at very competitive prices via www.stevensons.co.uk (items marked* show our school logo).
Black or grey trousers / shorts
Black, grey or tartan (royal blue/yellow ) skirts or pinafores (tartan design from www.stevensons.co.uk)
Dark Royal cardigan or sweatshirt*
Sky blue or white blouses or
Sky blue or white polo shirts*
Sky Blue/white gingham summer dress
Royal blue fleece* Mistral Jacket* Ski Hat* Book Bag* PE Bag*
Plain black outdoor shoes, a suitable style for everyday wear. In the interest of safety in school, heels should not exceed 2.5cm. Unfortunately, footwear such as open toe sandals and sling back shoes do not provide adequate support or protection
Navy & Amber T shirt*
Navy or black shorts
Trainers for outdoor activities
Tracksuits for outdoor activities in the cold weather are encouraged.
Swimming – Key Stage 2 only
Sensible one piece costume or trunks, not a bikini, not beach shorts, swimming hat (essential), towel.
All items must be clearly named, preferably in permanent ink. All earrings must be removed for swimming.
During the first three years at school your child will be provided with all necessary writing equipment pencils, crayons, rulers etc. If the children wish to provide their own they may, but it is not essential. In Key Stage 2, we expect children to come to school equipped with coloured pencils, felt-tipped pens, erasers, ruler, pencil sharpener and a handwriting pen (not a biro pen). Having their own calculator and dictionary would be advantageous and all children should have a bag to carry books and school equipment.
Jewellery and watches
In line with health and safety regulations, no jewellery is allowed except for one pair of smooth flat ear studs with no rear projection. Pupils may wear watches but the school accepts no responsibility for loss or damage and they should be clearly marked with the owner’s name. Watches and earrings should be removed for PE lessons to prevent injury to the wearer and others.