All children are required to wear school uniform. Uniform with our school logo (fleeces, sweatshirts, cardigans) as well as other items are available to order online from PMG Schoolwear: www.pmgschoolwear.co.uk. Alternatively, items without the school logo can be purchased from most department stores or supermarkets. Most stores now offer a range which is suitable for children with sensory issues related to clothing.
Daily uniform (Reception to year 6)
- Royal blue polo shirt (with or without school logo)
- Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan (with or without school logo)
- Grey school trousers, pinafore or skirt
- Black school shoes (only with laces when the child can do them independently)
- Black / dark grey socks or black / dark grey tights
PE Kit (R-Y4 keep this in school in a labelled PE bag)
- Plain t-shirt in house colours (red, yellow, blue or green)
- Plain royal blue PE shorts
- Plain black or navy blue sweatshirt (no logos or stripes, no hoods)
- Plain black or navy blue jogging bottoms (no logos or stripes)
- Dark coloured trainers, ideally black (not plimsoles)
- KS2 only - Swimming Kit: towel, swimming costume or shorts, goggles, swimming cap in named gym bag
- Clear water bottle (for water only) - No metal water bottles
- Plain blue, black or grey hair ties for long hair
- Valuable items, including watches and jewellery, are at risk in school and should not be brought. Children wearing earrings may wear simple unobtrusive studs which must be removed or covered with tape during PE lessons and swimming. Tape should be provided from home if you wish to keep the earrings in for PE.
Early Years uniform
To help with the initial transition to school and to reflect the curriculum, children can wear a slightly different uniform which is easily managed independently.
- Plain black or dark grey jogging bottoms (no logos or stripes) instead of school trousers or skirt
- Named gym bag with a full change of clothes
- Raincoat/wet weather suit for outside learning
- Pair of wellington boots
- School book bag
We welcome the wearing of ethnic dress based in the school colours.
It is also a good idea to provide some protective clothing for art and craft activities. A pinafore, apron or an old adult shirt is ideal.
Parents are asked to support the “spirit” of the school uniform, which is to be smart and ready to learn. Long hair must be tied back at all times. Skirts should not be too short. Nail varnish, tattoos and hair dye are not appropriate for school. From time to time we have “non-uniform days” when children can attend school less formally dressed but should still be wearing suitably safe clothing for the school environment.