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School Uniform

School Uniform

Your child is expected to wear school uniform at all times. The wearing of earrings is restricted to studs. Earrings are prohibited on PE days as they are contrary to Health & Safety Regulations.

 

Girls

  • Bottle green pinafore or skirt.
  • Bottle green cardigan or jumper with school crest.
  • White blouse
  • Bottle green tie
  • Bottle green socks, bottle green or black tights
  • Bottle green checked dresses may be worn in the summer term

Boys

  • Bottle green jumpers with school crest.                
  • Charcoal grey trousers
  • Grey shirt
  • Bottle green tie
  • P1 and P2 girls wear PE uniform to school every day and should wear plain black trainers or shoes with this uniform.

When your child moves from P2 into P3 he/she will wear full uniform on 3 days and PE uniform on 2 days.

Shoes

  • Black regular type school shoes. No high heels for girls.  If boots are worn into school in winter your child must have black shoes or black plimsolls to change into.

PE

  • White polo shirt, plain black bottoms (no stripes)  and green P.E. sweatshirt with school crest.   Plimsolls must be worn for indoor PE. All children must wear their uniform into school on PE days.
  • Fleeces and reversible jackets with school crest are optional and may be ordered through school.
 

Foundation Stage Uniform

Foundation Stage Uniform
Foundation Stage Uniform

P1 and P2 pupils wear PE uniform to school everyday.  This consists of:

Plain black jogging bottoms

White polo shirt

Sweatshirt with school crest

Plain black trainers, plain black shoes

Green summerdress may be worn,

Green cardigan must have school crest

Fleeces and reversible jackets with school crest are optional and may be orgered through school. 

 

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