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School uniform

Dear Parents and Carers,

Please ensure that names are put in all items of clothing.

The school logo MUST only still be found on the school royal blue cardigan and jumper. 

Girls and boys can wear grey trousers or shorts for the Summer uniform. There is the option of the gingham Summer dress or skorts (blue gingham dress with shorts).

No polo shirts after Summer 2023.

There has been some confusion regarding the 'open neck' shirt. This is referring to unbuttoning the school white cotton short-sleeved shirt (without a tie) in the hot weather. Parents are not required to buy special 'open neck' shirts. I did not realise that there was such a thing!

Plain white round-neck t-shirts can be worn for PE.

Winter (October half term) until Easter

  • royal blue cardigan/jumper with the school logo
  • white cotton shirt and school tie
  • grey trousers, grey pinafore dress or grey skirt
  • white or grey socks/ tights
  • black school shoes

Summer (Easter to October half term)

  • royal blue cardigan/jumper with the school logo
  • white shirt unbuttoned (tie can be removed for hotter weather)
  • grey shorts, trousers, skirt or pinafore
  • blue and white gingham dress as an option
  • white or grey socks
  • black school shoes

PE- children are allowed to wear PE kits for the whole day if it is their PE day. However PE kits are not allowed to be worn to Mass.

  • white round- neck t-shirt 
  • royal blue shorts
  • royal blue or navy blue joggers for outside winter PE lessons
  • black plimsoles for indoor PE
  • trainers for outside PE lessons
  • In winter the school jumper (with logo) can be worn.


No Jewellery to be worn i.e. bracelets as school cannot take responsibility for lost items.


Earrings to not be worn due to health and safety reasons but also because the size and variation of styles has increased. Concerns have been raised by class teachers about children wearing earrings, particularly during PE days and Outdoor days. Most schools do not allow earrings due to the risk of them getting caught and the hygiene implications. We recommend that any parent wishing for their child to have their ears pierced should do so at the start of the Summer holidays. This ensures that the pierced hole is healed after the initial period of time recommended for non-removal and thereafter earrings can be taken in and out frequently. School staff should not be taking earrings out for a child but will assist a child to remove them and be placed in an envelope to return home, from September.


Inexpensive, simple analogue or digital watches can be worn. No Smart watches or Fitbits due to the advancement in technology which enables videos and recordings of voices to be made within the school day.

School uniform suppliers

School ties, reading book bags, blue woollen beany hats with the school logo are available at the school office. These will be available for purchase at the initial new parents' meetings.

Second hand uniform

We will be very grateful to receive any donations of unwanted second-hand uniform, especially from Year 6 leavers. 

I hope that this email clarifies any issues that have been raised and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support. If even after this more cost effective approach has been implemented, you are still struggling to purchase uniform for your children, please speak to a staff member or email me at for signposting.  An application to access help from our hardship fund can also be made via or by contacting Trevina our Family Support Worker on


Kind regards


Mrs J Kennett

Head Teacher


School Uniform