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Uniform

Parents/FAQ

The uniform for our school is smart and practical. We believe that our school uniform helps to achieve a sense of belonging, pride and identity and create a culture of working hard, so we expect all children to wear their uniform at all times.

The uniform consists of:

Girls

Sweatshirt or cardigan

Dark green with school motif

Polo T-shirt

Gold with school motif

Skirt/Pinafore Dress

Knee length, grey/black

Socks         

White or grey

Tights

Dark green or grey

Trousers

Grey/black tailored

Shoes        

Smart plain black or brown - not trainers

In Summer

Green and white checked dress

Closed toe flat sandals

White socks

Boys

Sweatshirt

Dark green with school motif

Polo T-shirt

Gold with motif

Trousers

Grey/black tailored trousers

Socks         

Grey

Shoes

Smart plain black or brown - not trainers

In Summer

Grey short trousers/ Grey or black tailored trousers

  


PE

Shorts

Black

T-shirt

Gold with school motif

Plimsolls

For indoor activities

Tracksuit (For cold weather)

Dark Green/Black

Hooded Sweatshirt (Optional)

Dark green with school motif

Trainers

For outdoor activities

Socks

White/Grey or Black

Outerwear (Optional)

Reversible waterproof
Jacket/Fleece

Dark green with school motif

Winter Parka

Dark green or Black with school motif

Knitted Hat

Dark green with school motif

Baseball Cap

Dark green

Bookbag

Dark green with school motif

 

All clothing must be clearly named. The school is not responsible for any clothing lost.                                         

School uniform items can be purchased from the School Office or online at Brigade

Jewellery is not practical or safe to wear to school. One pair of close fitting earrings only may be worn if a child has pierced ears, but earrings must be removed or covered with surgical tape for all physical activities. Watches may be worn at parents’ discretion, although the school can take no responsibility for them.

Mobile Phones and Electronic Equipment

Children are only allowed to bring mobile phones to school following a discussion between their parent and the class teacher to explain the phone’s necessity. In this case, children must hand in their phone to the School Office before school begins and take responsibility for collecting it as they leave each day. This procedure applies to any other piece of electronic equipment brought into school.

The school is not responsible for any lost electronic equipment.