uniform stockist



As a new primary school, we have a fantastic new logo, designed by Lisa Hunt, a parent with children at our school who won the logo competition. 


Grey pinafore dresses 
Grey or black trousers or skirts 
Red sweatshirts, cardigans, jumpers or fleeces 
White polo shirts 
Black shoes suitable for school

Red and white check dresses
White polo shirts
Grey or black shorts, trousers or skirts
Red sweatshirts, cardigans or jumpers
Black shoes suitable for school

P.E Kit
Black shorts 
Red or white T-shirt 

Click here to find out more about our PE kit expectations. 

Children are expected to be appropriately dressed to participate in a range of indoor and outdoor activities.
The school has adopted school colours; namely, red, grey and white and children are encouraged to dress in these colours. Sweatshirts bearing the school logo are available from the school stockist
Children may adopt a traditional uniform style of dress or more casual clothing e.g. polo shirts, sweatshirts and jogging bottoms.  School uniform is not compulsory and uniform grants are not available to pupils of Primary School age.  Help may be available with clothing in exceptional circumstances.
Please remember when choosing clothing:
Children need to feel confident that they can dress themselves independently. Long sleeved shirts do cause problems when children are engaged in messy activities.
Children need to feel comfortable and be able to move freely.
Clothing needs to be practical and easily washable.
Items of clothing need to clearly marked with your child’s name.
Sling backed heeled shoes and open toed shoes can cause accidents and in the interests of safety are actively discouraged.


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