Also available from Marks & Spencer are shirts, trousers, pinafores, dresses, school book bags, ruck sacks, P.E. bags, winter hats and red, fleece-lined winter coats etc.
Plain sensible, black shoes (no sandals or trainers)
Long hair should be tied back for health (head lice!) and safety reasons. Governors would also ask that, when considering hairstyle, parents must avoid hair dye and cutting tracks or patterns in the hair. While these may be fun in the school holidays, it is not appropriate for school.
Jewellery is not permitted as part of the school uniform. It is better if primary aged children do not have their ears pierced due to difficulties in removing earrings and keeping them safe. However, one pair of plain gold/silver stud earrings is currently allowed. For P.E. and swimming, the child must remove these items preferably before coming to school (they must be able to do this by themselves).
During the summer months we ask that children be provided with a suitable wide-brimmed sunhat (and sunglasses) to wear when outside. Children may apply their own sun cream before going out to lunch.