School Uniform and Dress Code
We strongly support the DfE philosophy that school uniform and dress codes play a valuable role in contributing to the ethos of the school and in setting an appropriate school identity.
The School Uniform and Dress Code can:
- Instil a sense of pride
- Support positive behaviour and discipline
- Encourage identity with, and support for, school ethos
- Ensure pupils of all backgrounds feel welcome
- Protect pupils from social pressure to dress in a particular way
- Nurture cohesion and promote good relations between different groups of pupils
Please ensure that all items of clothing are marked clearly with the child's name.
All the above uniform can be obtained from local school outfitters and at most local supermarkets. Sweatshirts and T-shirts with the school logo are available from:
Pages Schoolwear - please see attachment below.
Unit 7-8 Granada House
Lower Stone Street,
Children should NOT wear jewellery to school.
A wristwatch is acceptable, but we do not accept responsibility for its loss or damage.
Rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings other than plain studs are not permitted.
Studs may be worn but they must be removed for PE and games by the children themselves. (Parents of the youngest children often take them out before the children come to school).
Hair should be clean and tidy.
Long hair should be tied back neatly with fastenings in school colours where available.
It must not be dyed, excessively styled or shaved with pictures/patterns or symbols.
Please keep children's finger nails clipped short.
Finger nails should not be painted with nail varnish.