School uniform policy
Our school uniform reflects the ethos of our school. It enables all pupils to share a common identity, encourages pride in themselves and in our school and reflects the high standards and expectations pursued by all in our school community.
All pupils are expected to wear school uniform as listed below: it is the responsibility of parents to ensure their children come to school dressed correctly.
Please note that all items of uniform must be clearly marked with your child's name.
* All starred items are available only through the school supplier. These can be purchased online, with the exception of ties which can also be purchased through the school office.
Our supplier 'Sportcrest', is based in High Wycombe and has a shop in the Eden Centre from where uniform can be collected. Uniform can be ordered online or by phone and can also be posted directly to parents if that is more convenient. Sportcrest's website can be found at http://www.sportcrest.co.uk and their phone number is 01494 534741.
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*V-neck sweater with school logo
*School Tie (NB for Years R and 1 only the tie may be on elastic)
Grey tailored trousers or shorts
Grey tailored skirt (not jersey fabric)
White collared shirt (not open neck)
White or grey socks, ankle or knee length (no trainer liners) or grey tights
Black shoes in a sensible style
*Bookbag (Years R-2 only)
Optional for Years R-2, Summer Term only
*Gold polo shirt with school logo
*Maroon school shorts
Trainers (Years R - 6)
Football boots (Years 3-6)
Shin pads (optional Years 3-6)
*Maroon sweatshirt with school logo - for winter outdoor games lessons only
*PE bag with school logo
Jogging bottoms (optional) - plain black or *maroon school colour
*Boot Bag with school logo (optional)
*Bookbag (years R-2 only)
*Rucksack with school logo
*Reversible waterproof coat with school logo
*Zip-up fleece with school logo
*Legionnaire hat (Years R-2 only)
Black or white skins for sport
Hair: Long hair must be tied back. All hair accessories should be discreet, and plain dark or school colours.
Jewellery: No jewellery should be worn in school. If children have pierced ears, small and unobtrusive studs may be worn but these must be removed or covered with micropore tape for PE lessons, and removed for swimming. Watches should be basic analogue or digital; they should be inexpensive and must be named. Smart watches and fitness devices should not be brought into school. Any item worn as a requirement of a religious faith must be first agreed with the Headteacher