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Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

Uniform / Dress Code

The Governors adopted a school uniform in 1993. Our School uniform can be ordered online via the TESCO on-line website and is as follows:

•    Jade sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan (with or without a school emblem).
•    Jade or white Polo shirt or T-shirt.
•    Plain trousers or skirts in navy, grey or black.
•    Footwear should be of a sensible black school shoe type. ('safe-fastening' sandals are appropriate for the summer)
•    Optional green striped or checked dresses for the summer or plain shorts instead of trousers.


Some of our activities are practical and involve the child in using paint and glue.  Children in Classes 2, 3 & 4 do need to bring an apron or an old shirt for art & craft activities!

Please try to buy clothes with a few simple fastenings.  Younger children usually find long sleeved shirts and blouses, skirts with straps, some pinafore dresses and trousers with belts difficult to cope with.  We have P. E. regularly and it is a great help if children can dress and undress with very little help.

If wellingtons are brought to school your child will need a clothes peg to keep them together. Class 1 & 2 children have access to outdoor play areas and a small garden and so wellingtons would be useful.  Anything your child is likely to take off at school should be named.

P. E. / Games Kit

Appropriate kit is important for lessons.

Kit for indoor PE :
•    Bare feet or soft-soled plimsolls for indoor activities.  
•    Trainers are not safe for some PE sessions indoors, as they can slip on the apparatus
•    Plain white polo or T-shirt and dark shorts

Kit for outdoor PE / Games:
•    Trainers for outdoor activities
•    Tracksuit bottoms, sweatshirt, as appropriate
•    Football kit, including boots and shin pads, may be required by junior players.

A NAMED bag, of the draw-string variety, will be needed for holding indoor PE kit, which should be clearly named and in school every day of the week, hanging on your child's peg.  Teachers do not want to waste valuable learning time 'searching out' spare kit for children who have either 'lost' theirs or do not have kit in school.

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