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And now we have these three: faith and hope and love, but the greatest of these is love.’ 1 Corinthians 13:13

Enabling children to flourish and succeed

Uniform Information

School Uniform

The school colours are Royal Blue and Grey. Children should wear a royal blue jumper or cardigan and grey trousers, skirt or dress together with a white polo shirt. Blue summer dresses can be worn in the warmer months. All school uniform can be purchased from Uniform Direct. ​Please go to or the school office for further guidance on ordering.

Plain black shoes or trainers are considered to be acceptable footwear. We do not accept coloured/labelled trainers as these detract from the smart and consistent image that we are trying to project.

It is vital that all of your child's property is marked with his/her name, especially school uniform.

Indoor/Outdoor  P.E. Kits

Please could  we remind  all  pupils, parents  and carers  of  the importance of  wearing appropriate  clothing for PE.  Despite  the  changeable  weather, when  conditions  allow,  PE  WILL  take place outdoors;  therefore it  is essential  that children  bring  appropriate footwear and clothing for both indoor  and  outdoor  use(  plimsolls  for indoors, trainers  for outdoors.) Could  we  also  remind  you that  PE  kits  consist of  plain,  non  branded  black  shorts/tracksuit bottoms/leggings  and  a plain  white top.  Plain  black  track-suit tops, jumpers  or fleeces  may  also be  worn.  Branded sportswear,  football  kits etc. are NOT  considered  to  be  appropriate clothing. 


Could  we  please  take  this  opportunity  to  remind  parents  about  the  importance  of  health  &  safety  when  it  comes  to  the  wearing of  jewellery.  Whilst we appreciate  that  many  children  now  have  their ears  pierced,  or  may  wear jewellery  for religious  or  cultural  purposes,  we kindly  request  that  any  jewellery  worn  clearly  observes  simple  health  and  safety  guidelines.  Earrings  should  be  studs  only,  and we  discourage  the  wearing  of  any  other  jewellery,  particularly  during  PE  lessons  where  fingers,  hair  etc  might  easily  be  caught and  children  seriously  hurt.  We  would  not  advocate  the  wearing  of  necklaces  at  other times  during  the  day  for  the  very  same reason;  when  running  around  at  playtimes  etc.  it  would  be  very  easy  for items  to  get  caught  and  your  child  hurt.