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Uniform Policy

The school colours are green and yellow. Pupils should wear clothes in these colours. We hope this will foster a sense of community and pride in the school and in their own appearance.


grey trousers / skirt

white or grey shirt/blouse

white or yellow polo shirt

green sweatshirt / cardigan

green and white or yellow and white dress

School sweatshirts and cardigans are available and can be ordered through MAPAC Group Ltd (details can be found at the bottom of this page), but this is not obligatory.


Swimming hats are still available to purchase from the school office.


Pupils should wear sensible shoes (not trainers) that are low heeled/flat. It would be helpful if Reception children wear shoes that they can fasten for themselves.


P.E. - black or white shorts / leotard / plain white T-shirt / plimsolls for outdoor P.E. All pupils will need a change of clothes for P.E.


Pupils are welcome to wear a track suit for outdoor games.


Pupils are required to wear suitable clothing for Forest school, including long trousers, waterproofs, warm clothing and wellies or old trainers, as children attend throughout the year, whatever the weather.


Young children find it quite difficult to cope with small buttons so we do advise T-shirts and elasticated waists. Plimsolls should be slip-on.


All pupils will take part in swimming lessons and will need a swimming costume and hat and a towel. Neither goggles nor jewellery , including earrings, are permitted, 


Please make sure that all school clothing worn in school are clearly labelled. This is really important as lost items cannot be returned unless there is identification.

Pupils are expected to wear the correct uniform on the school premises and at out of school events or on trips organised by the school, or where they are representing the school (if required)




Please do not send children to school wearing jewellery such as necklaces or bracelets. Looped ear-rings are a safety hazard, especially in P.E. Only small studs are acceptable and they must be removed before P.E. and swimming.


Make Up


Pupils should not wear make up or nail varnish.




In the interests of safety hair longer than shoulder length will need tying back for P.E. It is recommended that  long hair is tied back for all lessons as pupils often perform practical tasks during lessons. Hair braids should be tied back and tucked in to the rest of the hair to avoid being pulled or caught on other things , Oversized hair accessories should not be used.

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