School Uniform & Dress Policy

Please see our school uniform below.


Black trousers, skirt or pinafore

Navy round neck sweatshirt or cardigan (with or without school logo. If you would like the school logo, you can purchase these from the school office or Price & Buckland's website)

Blue and white checked dress (summer term only)

White polo shirt (with or without school logo. If you would like the school logo, you can purchase these from the school office or Price & Buckland's website)

Black or white socks

Black tights

Black shoes, low heels, not boots or trainers

Due to restricted space in school we do not allow backpacks

PE Uniform

White T-Shirt

Black shorts/black leggings/black jogging bottoms


Trainers can be worn for sport outside

All the above should be kept in a small school P.E. bag labelled with your child’s name.


All uniform and PE kit should be clearly labelled with child’s name and class.


For health and safety reasons we do not allow children to wear jewellery. The exceptions to this rule is a wrist watch.


Children are not permitted to wear earrings. Should parents wish to have children’s ears pierced, this should take place at the beginning of the summer holiday to allow time for ears to heal prior to return to school so they can be removed during school time. Should parents be concerned that ear piercings may close, children may wear small, transparent and colourless plastic retainers with no backs. Retainers maybe worn until there is no risk of piercings healing up and then they should be removed.

Parents wishing their child to wear plastic retainers in school, do so at their own risk, and should sign a form from the school office before their child comes into school wearing retainers. Whilst retainer reduce any risk of injury, for example if a ball hits the side of the head, the level of risk is reduced, not removed.


Hairstyles should be reasonable and appropriate for being in a learning environment at school. Extreme hairstyles are not acceptable at school. This would include shaved patterns in the scalp, Mohicans and unnaturally coloured dyes.

All children are required to have their hair tied back, if long enough.

Hair accessories such as bobbles, head bands and hair slides should be plain and in neutral or school sweatshirt colour. Very large bows and brightly coloured hair accessories are not appropriate.

Make-up & nail varnish

Make-up is not acceptable under any circumstances, including nail varnish. Fake tattoos are not appropriate at school and must be removed without trace. A child coming to school with fake tattoos will be asked to remove them.

Staff Dress

All members of staff should dress smartly, professionally and appropriately for school, in order to act as role models for all pupils.  Denim should not be worn.

Appropriate footwear should be worn in order to minimise any slips, trips or falls (no flimsy flip flops or sandals) 

Staff should dress appropriately for teaching P.E. they should wear trainers or pumps. Sporting clothes should only be worn whilst teaching such lessons, staff should change as needed.

All tattoos should be kept covered.

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