Key Stage 2: White shirt and tie, plain dark grey skirt (knee length,
not tight three-quarter length) or trousers (straight legged school style, not the latest
fashion), royal blue V-neck sweatshirt or cardigan, flat black shoes with heels less than
2cm. Tailored shorts can be worn by boys and girls, including culottes by the latter.
Key Stage 1/Foundation Stage: White polo shirt, plain dark grey skirt (knee length, not
tight three-quarter length) or trousers (straight legged school style, not the latest fashion),
royal blue V-neck sweatshirt or cardigan, flat black shoes with heels less than 2cm.
Socks, tights and hair ribbons should be plain and in one of the school colours of black,
grey, white or royal blue.
All children should come to school in sensible flat shoes, not trainers or ankle boots and,
in bad weather when Wellington boots are required, flat shoes should be brought in
to wear indoors.
In the summer term pupils may wear a white and blue checked dress (or a shirt and
skirt combination) or continue to wear their winter uniform, or short grey trousers. Ties
can be left off during the latter part of the summer term, once permission has been given
by the Head Teacher.
Current fashions in shoes, clothing and hair should be avoided. Children’s hair should
be smart and tidy and long hair must be tied back using the school colours. Fashions
involving patterns, or those similar to the mohican style, should be avoided.
PE Kit: Plimsolls, trainers from Year 1 to Year 6, white T-shirt (KS1 children round neck
T Shirt / KS2 children round neck or polo shirt) and navy shorts (Bermuda/lycra/cycling
shorts are not acceptable).
The PE Kit should be brought in each Monday morning, in a school PE bag which will
hang on the child’s peg and be left in school until Friday.
Between October half term and Easter, children may wear a plain navy blue/black
tracksuit for outdoor lessons.
Health and Safety: Children are not allowed to wear jewellery, the only exception being
for pupils with pierced ears who may wear one, plain, gold/silver round stud in an ear
lobe, which must be removed for PE and swimming. Ringed sleepers or other earrings
are not acceptable and, if they are worn to school, children will be asked to remove
them. Children will not be allowed to take part in physical activities if wearing ear
School Uniform Shop: School jumpers/cardigans, ties and bags are available from
Prestige Design and Workwear – Unit 12 Barton Le Clay Industrial Estate, Barton Le
Clay, Bedford, MK45 4RP –01582 883222. You can also access the shop online by clicking here . All other items of school uniform can be purchased from any supplier but please ensure these are in line with the above School Uniform Policy.
Please remember to name every piece of uniform.
The school does have limited donated uniform for parents who may find it difficult to purchase new uniform. Please speak to a member of the office to enquire.