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Uniform

We actively encourage uniform so that children look smart and wear sensible clothing, appropriate for work at school and avoiding peer pressure for expensive fashion wear.

 

Reception and KS1 girls

Winter

  • Grey skirt or pinafore dress (any style)
  • Grey trousers
  • Gold polo shirt with or without logo
  • Black school sweatshirt or
  • Sweatshirt cardigan with Logo
  • White or grey socks
  • Black school shoes

 

Summer

  • Gold and white checked dress from any supplier.(optional)

 

Reception and KS1 boys (Summer as well)

  • Grey trousers – long or short
  • Gold polo shirt with or without Logo
  • Black school sweatshirt with Logo
  • Grey socks
  • Black school shoes

 

KS2 girls

Winter

  • Grey skirt or pinafore dress (any style)
  • Grey trousers
  • White shirt and school tie
  • Black school sweatshirt or
  • Sweatshirt cardigan with Logo
  • White or grey socks
  • Black school shoes

 

Summer

  • Gold and white checked dress from any supplier.(optional)

 

KS2 boys (Summer as well)

  • Grey trousers – long or short
  • White shirt and school tie
  • Black school sweatshirt with Logo
  • Grey socks
  • Black school shoes

 

PE Kit

Girls and boys
  • Black shorts and plain white T-shirt/ Polo shirt
  • Trainers
 
Tracksuit 

Girls and boys

Track suits can be worn as part of the children's PE kit. Where possible, tracksuits should dark and have small or no  logo's.

 

Football kit/tops are not allowed.

 

 

We ask that ALL articles of clothing and footwear are clearly marked with the child’s name.

 

All the uniform including sensible coats with waterproofing, and items with the school logo i.e.; sweatshirts/cardigans, polo shirts fleeces, sun hats & ties are available from The Schoolwear Company, Winsford Avenue, Coventry

 

It is important that children wear sensible black shoes. High heels, boots and trainers are not appropriate for general school wear.

 

No jewellery will be allowed in school for reasons of Health and Safety.  Children may wear stud earrings and a wrist watch.  However, we would like to discourage all children from wearing earrings for pierced ears. These cause considerable potential for injury during P.E. lessons and play activities.  Children who chose to wear studs must be able to remove them themselves for PE lessons.

 

All children are required to have a PE bag.

 

Pupils should have a clean handkerchief or tissues readily available

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