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School Uniform

School Uniform Online Ordering

Ordering Online

In the interests of value for money and ease of ordering, we are delighted to be working with Gooddies Ltd our uniform provider who have set up an online webstore for our school, uniform will no longer be available from the school office.


Ordering is as simple as following the link below to set up your on-line ordering service.


Please see the flyer above with further details on how to order.


There are still a few items of school uniform with the old logo available at a reduced price of £5.00 should you wish to purchase these from the school office. This will be for a limited time only.  To further reiterate we are going to undertake a phased approach so please do not feel under any pressure to purchase a new set of uniform when you still have perfectly good uniform with the old logo on it. We know it’s going to take some time to embed.


  • Our approach to requiring a uniform that is of reasonable cost and offers the best value for money for parents and carers

  • Explain how we will avoid discrimination in line with our legal duties under the Equality Act 2010

  • Clarify our expectations for school uniform


  1. We will make sure our uniform:

    •   Is available at a reasonable cost

    •   Provides the best value for money for parents/carers

    •   We will do this by:

    •   Carefully considering whether any items with distinctive characteristics are necessary

    •   Limiting any items with distinctive characteristics where possible

    •   Limiting items with distinctive characteristics to low-cost or long-lasting items, such

      as ties

    •   Considering cheaper alternatives to school-branded items, such as logos that can be ironed on, as long as this   doesn’t compromise quality and durability


Our school’s uniform Autumn & Spring Term

➢ Grey skirt, grey pinafore dress or grey trousers/shorts
➢ White blouse or white polo shirt
➢ Blue school cardigan or sweatshirt (with or without school logo) ➢ Blue, grey, white socks or tights
➢ Sensible, low heeled, black shoes.


Summer Term (optional)

➢ Blue gingham dress 


P.E. Kit

➢ Plain white T-shirt. No logos
➢ Plain Blue/Black shorts or gym skirt - Please no branded items or short cycling shorts. 
➢ Dark Blue/Black jogging bottoms - Dark navy Training pants & shorts available to buy from the school office.  
➢ Hoodie with school logo or blue school sweatshirt/cardigan ➢ Suitable footwear – trainers


PE Days

We would like to maximise the time our children are active by asking the children to arrive at school in the PE kit as stated on their nominated PE day.

children must wear the correct school uniform on non-PE days. If any parents would like help or support in this matter please contact Mr C Willan.



Wristwatches are allowed in school and are worn at the owner’s own risk. Any alarms or hour chimes should be switched off prior to coming to school.

We do discourage children from having their ears pierced at primary school. However, if parents do wish for their children to have their ears pierced then we ask that this is carried out at the beginning of the Summer holiday. If a child does wear earrings, small, flat studs only please. Each child MUST BE ABLE TO REMOVE THEM in order that the child can take part in PE/Games and Swimming lessons. The LEA forbids the wearing of jewellery for these lessons.

We do ask that no other jewellery is worn during school times. This includes rings, bracelets and necklaces.

Children are not expected to wear any form of make-up in school, for example painted fingernails, toe nails, false or gel nails, fake tan, eye make-up, hair dye or hair products. Long hair should be tied back and extreme hairstyles (e.g., shaving lines, spikes, gel, dye) are to be discouraged. A neat, tidy appearance should be encouraged as it creates a good work ethic for the future and teaches children to follow rules.


Expectations for our school community


Pupils are expected to wear the correct uniform at all times (other than specified non-school uniform days) while:

On the school premises Travelling to and from school

At out-of-school events or on trips that are organised by the school, or where they are representing the school (if required)

Pupils are also expected to contact Mr Willan, Headteacher if they want to request an amendment to the uniform policy in relation to their protected characteristics.

Parents and carers

Parents and carers are expected to make sure their child has the correct uniform and PE kit, and that every item is:

Clearly labelled with the child’s name In good condition

Parents are also expected to contact Mr Willan if they want to request an amendment to the uniform policy in relation to:

Their child’s protected characteristics The cost of the uniform


Parents are expected to lodge any complaints or objections relating to the school uniform in a timely and reasonable manner.

Disputes about the cost of the school uniform will be:
Resolved locally
Dealt with in accordance with our school’s complaints policy

The school will work closely with parents to arrive at a mutually acceptable outcome.



Staff will closely monitor pupils to make sure they are in correct uniform. They will give any pupils and families breaching the uniform policy the opportunity to comply, but will follow up with the headteacher if the situation doesn’t improve.

Ongoing breaches of our uniform policy will be dealt with by the school’s behaviour policy.

In cases where it is suspected that financial hardship has resulted in a pupil not complying with this uniform policy, staff will take a mindful and considerate approach to resolving the situation.



The governing board will review this policy and make sure that it: ➢ Is appropriate for our school’s context
➢ Is implemented fairly across the school
➢ Considers the views of parents and pupils

➢ Offers a uniform that is appropriate, practical and safe for all pupils

The board will also make sure that the school’s uniform supplier arrangements give the highest priority to cost and value for money, for example by avoiding single supplier contracts and by re-tendering contracts at least every 5 years.