Uniform

All children are required to wear uniform. The school colours are bottle green and gold. Various items: school coats, fleece jackets, ties, PE and book bags, hats, sweatshirts and T-shirts are available from online supplier ‘Anglia Sports and Schoolwear ltd’  Your School Wear.

 

Winter:

Dark grey tailored trousers (no external pockets or leggings), dark grey or green knee-length skirt/tunic (stretch material fabrics are not permitted for trousers, skirts or tunics), white shirt, tie (KS1 on elastic), bottle green school sweatshirt or cardigan white, grey or bottle green socks, black, grey or bottle green tights and sensible brown or black school shoes* (not trainers). A school coat or plain, dark-coloured winter coat (Black/Brown/Navy).

Summer:

As above, or tailored shorts or culottes, short sleeved white shirt (with school tie), green gingham dress. – stretch materials are not permitted.   White, black or brown shoes or sandals. Optional: white school sun hat or school baseball hat.

* Please note that the wearing of boots, platform soled and high heeled shoes within the school is not permitted.  Children may wear wellington boots to school in wet weather and change into indoor footwear when in school. Trainers may be worn at playtimes.

PE Uniform:

Plain bottle green or black loose fitting shorts (cycling shorts are not acceptable as an external layer), school skirt, plain black or navy tracksuit, school T-shirt/polo shirt and plimsolls & trainers. A change of white socks.

Hair and Jewellery:

To comply with health and safety requirements in accordance with the ‘Health and Safety Policy’, the only permitted jewellery is small gold stud earrings. Extra studs, earrings or the piercing of any other part of the body is not permitted.  Children may wear watches to school. Analogue watches are recommended, as the design of these supports learning about time better than watches with digital displays. Children may wear ‘fitness’ watches that measure steps and such like. Children may not wear any watch that has the capacity to do the following:

  • connect to the internet or mobile phone,
  • record audio,
  • record still and/or moving images
  • record audio and still and/or moving images.

Children are not permitted to wear any watches or jewellery if, in the school’s judgement, they detract from good behaviour and/or good learning or if it causes distraction, or causes a concern to the health and safety of the child or other individuals.

No jewellery may be worn during PE, swimming and games and children must be able to remove their earrings for physical activities.

If hair restricts vision, it must be tied back, throughout the school day, with a suitable band/scrunchie (large bows and flowers are not acceptable) and/or a soft hairband in school colours.  No plastic or hard hairbands are to be worn for PE activities.  Children who are unable to comply with these regulations will not be permitted to take part in these activities.

Where hair is braided, beads may not be included. Dyed hair, hair colouring, any additions, or hair extensions are also not permitted. No use of hair gel or other hair products is permitted.  Shaved patterns in hair are not acceptable for school.

The wearing of make-up, including nail varnish, is not permitted. Children are not permitted to wear false nails.