Navy Blue v-neck sweatshirt or cardigan
White shirt and red tie
Dark/Mid Grey skirt, trousers or shorts
Blue and white gingham dress (summer)
Black shoes (trainers are NOT allowed to be worn in school)
Boots worn in winter will be accepted, but preferably if they can be changed for plimsolls indoors.
PE Kit (kept in a separate bag)
White T-shirt/Navy T-shirt
Tracksuit and trainers (for outdoor PE lessons)
Please make sure that all items of uniform are clearly labelled with your child’s name.
Jewellery – one pair of small plain silver or gold stud earrings, except PE days.
Jewellery is the responsibility of the pupil and lost or damaged items will not be refunded.
The Association for Physical Education’s (AfPE) Safe Practice in Physical Education recommends that all jewellery should be removed for PE.
No jewellery including clear plastic retainers must be worn on PE days. If children cannot remove their own earrings, this should be done at home on the day of PE. Parents will be contacted if children come in earrings or retainers and cannot remove their own. The academy may decide that a child has to miss PE, due to health and safety reasons, if earrings are not removed.
Hairstyles – should be smart and moderate in style. Brightly coloured hair is not permitted.
Long hair should be tied up to avoid health and safety risks and ensure that children’s vision is not impeded.
Small hair clips and headbands may be worn. Large, excessive hair accessories should not be worn.
Hair extensions are not permitted.
Extreme hairstyles are not permitted.
At the Headteacher’s discretion, there may be exceptions to the above in some circumstances, for example, a pupil may be permitted to cover their hair of they have hair loss.
Make up – is not allowed. Pupils wearing make-up will be required to remove it or, if appropriate, sent home to remove it. No nail varnish may be worn. False nails and extensions are not permitted.
At the Headteacher’s discretion, there may be exceptions to the above in extreme circumstances, for example, a pupil may be permitted to cover skin damage or scarring.
Labelling – all pupils’ clothing and footwear must be clearly labelled with their name. If a pupil goes home in anther child’s clothing by accident, parents should send the item of clothing back into school. Any lost clothing is taken to the lost property box and retained for a term and added to the uniform donation box.