We have a school dress code which all our pupils follow.
Yellow polo shirt
As above, but grey school shorts allowed
Grey pinafore dress, skirt or trousers
Yellow polo shirt
Green cardigan or sweatshirt
White socks or grey/green tights
Flat black Shoes
Green check dress or playsuit
Parents/Carers may wish to purchase embroidered uniform please see the information below. It is NOT compulsory to purchase embroidered uniform, it is imperative that any clothing bought follows the dress code above
Pullovers, cardigans, sweatshirts and polo shirts with the school logo may be purchased from the school’s uniform provider: http://www.anagi.co.uk
Please remember to clearly name your child’s uniform, coat, PE kit and shoes. Lost property is sent to the school office and can only be returned promptly if it is named! Unnamed items are kept at the school office until they are claimed. At the end of each half term, any unclaimed items are recycled or donated to teh local charity shops.
Please ensure that your child has suitable footwear. No trainers, heels or boots are permitted as part of our school uniform. They need to offer plenty of support. Your child needs to be able to move around safely in them and ideally your child should be able to fasten and unfasten their own shoes.
No jewellery should be worn at school. These items often get lost causing much upset to the child; it is far better to leave them safely at home. Children who have pierced ears can only wear stud earrings and these have to be removed for PE. We are not able to tape over earrings, so if they cannot be removed your child will not be able to take part in PE lessons until they can do so themselves, as we are not permitted to do this for them.
Children are not allowed to wear make-up to school. This includes false eyelashes, nail varnish or false nails or extensions, such as gel or acrylics. We ask that haircuts are appropriate and no extreme colours are used. Long hair must be tied back, and children should only wear small hair ties, bows and clips that are in the school colours.