It is the expectation that all children wear school uniform to school. We do not expect that school uniform will cost any more that would be spent on any other everyday clothing.
The Governors of the school have approved the following school uniform (see photo below):
School Uniform (all named)
- Grey, black or navy trousers or skirt
- Royal blue sweatshirt/cardigan bearing the school logo
- Plain royal blue cardigan/jumper
- Plain white shirt/blouse/polo shirt
- Polo shirt bearing the school logo
- Sensible shoes/sandals, any dark colour (preferably black)
- Pair of wellington boots so that children can take part in outdoor activities whatever the weather
- NO trainers or shoes/boots with high heels
PE Kit (all named)
- White T-shirt and navy or black shorts (football strips are NOT allowed)
- Plimsolls for indoor activities
- Trainers for outdoor activities
- During cold weather a school sweatshirt, tracksuit or pullover will also be needed (in school colours only please)
- A swimsuit (football or Bermuda shorts are not allowed) and a towel will be required for swimming lessons that take place in Year 6.
These should be brought to school in a PE bag with your child's name clearly marked on it. Although the children do PE on specific days, we ask that children have their kit in school everyday.
On Forest School days, children should come to school in their school uniform and bring the following to change into:
- Wellies or an old pair of trainers
- Leggings or joggers
- Long sleeved t-shirt or a jumper
- Spare socks
- Waterproof jackets and bottoms are provided by school but pupils can bring their own if they wish.
Our branded sweatshirts and cardigans can be purchased from:
- Uniformality, 21-23 Nottingham Road, Borrowash – www.uniformality.co.uk
In bad weather, if your child wears wellingtons, please provide alternative footwear for use in school such as school shoes. We do encourage the children to go out in the snow but operate a ‘wellingtons only’ policy to ensure the children keep dry.
We ask that all clothing, shoes and coats should be clearly labelled with the child’s name – not just their initials.