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All pupils are expected to wear school uniform.  This helps the pupils acquire a sense of identity and in so doing improves the school ethos and supports school discipline.  All clothes worn or brought to school should be clearly marked with the pupil’s name.

 The school uniform colours are royal blue, white and grey with black for shoes. Please note that uniform can only be ordered online. It is not centrally stocked in store. Water bottles and sunhats can be purchased directly from the school office.

 KS1  Winter / Summer Uniform

  • School royal blue V-neck sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo
  • School white short sleeved polo shirt with school logo
  • Grey short or long trousers (plain uniform style without adornment)
  • Grey skirt or pinafore dress
  • Blue and white checked summer dress
  • Grey, black or white socks or tights
  • Black shoes (not trainers)
  • Reversible jacket (optional)
  • School scrunchie (optional)

 

KS2  Winter / Summer Uniform

  • School royal blue V-neck sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo
  • White short or long sleeved cotton shirt
  • School tie (elasticated version available for children in Lower Key Stage Two)
  • Grey short or long trousers (plain uniform style without adornment)
  • Grey skirt or pinafore dress
  • Blue and white checked summer dress
  • Grey, black or white socks or tights
  • Black shoes (not trainers)
  • Reversible jacket (optional)
  • School scrunchie (optional)

 

Bags

  • KS1 Infant Backpack (optional)
  • KS2 Junior Backpack (optional)
  • PE Bag (named on the outside)

    NB: Pupils are welcome to bring other bags into school: however, they must be small enough to fit into the class designated cloakroom area.

 

PE Kit

  • School royal blue t-shirt with small logo
  • Black PE shorts
  • School PE hoodie (optional)
  • Trainers for outdoor games (not black plimsolls)
  • Black or navy tracksuits may be worn in winter for outdoor games
  • An additional pair of socks should be provided for PE

 

Swimming

  • One piece swimming costume for girls
  • Lycra swim shorts for boys
  • House colour silicone swim cap (Red/Blue/Green/Yellow)
  • Named towel
  • Goggles (if desired)

 

Jewellery

With the exception of traditional watches and fitbit watches, no jewellery is to be worn in school .  Those with pierced ears may wear discreet gold or silver stud earrings.  If earrings are worn, pupils must remove them for PE and swimming lessons.  Those who unable to do this should not wear them on PE or swimming days. All jewellery must be removed for P.E. lessons.

In line with Hampshire policy, in exceptional circumstances, newly pierced ears may be covered with micropore tape for the duration of a P.E. lesson. This tape must be applied by parents or the child themselves. If at any time, the tape becomes loose and the back stud visible, the pupil will immediately take on the role of officiating or leading coaching in that particular lesson to ensure their own safety and that of all other pupils.

This exception to wearing jewellery for P.E. will only be allowed for the first four weeks of newly pierced ears.

Please advise the Headteacher in writing if other jewellery is to be worn because of cultural, religious or medical reasons.

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