School Uniform

We believe that a school uniform looks smart, wears well and contributes to a sense of belonging to the school. Our uniform consists of:




EYFS/Key Stage 1 children

Navy blue school sweatshirt or Cardigan, grey or black trousers or skirt, white polo shirt and sensible flat black shoes (no trainers or boots). Sweatshirts and cardigans may be purchased through our online shop Brigade.

Grey/Black trousers and skirts are available from school uniform stockists, and most chain stores.

 Earrings can be worn but MUST be studs.

 Key stage 2 children

Navy blue knitted jumper/cardigan, formal white shirt with a collar and a tie. Grey/Black trousers or skirt and sensible flat black shoes (no trainers or boots). Jumpers/Cardigans are available to order through our online suppliers. Ties are available through the school office or our online suppliers.


Grey/Black trousers and skirts are available from school uniform stockists and most chain stores. 

Earrings can be worn but MUST be studs.




Children are required to have a change of clothing for PE. They are expected to wear a plain white t-shirt and black shorts or jogging bottoms.In the colder weather they can wear a plain navy or black sweatshirt, this must not have a hood. Jewellery should not be worn. Earrings must be removed for all physical education in accordance with the recommendations of the Department for Education and Skills.



For swimming lessons children will require a one-piece swimsuit and towel in a waterproof bag. No hair gel, talcum powder, goggles or money is permitted. Please make sure your child has a warm coat on swimming days in the colder months.

Swimming is part of the curriculum and therefore, if children are fit enough to come to school, they must also swim. If, however, there is a medical reason to the contrary, a letter from your doctor should be sent to school. In such cases children will remain at school.

Please name all clothing. Most of it looks the same, and it is time consuming for staff to have to check to find missing articles.