We expect all children to wear the school uniform to promote standards of neatness within the school, pride in appearance, pride in belonging to the school, economy and the appropriateness of clothing for work and safety. All garments should be named. The school colours are red and grey.
Girls: In Autumn, winter and spring girls should wear a grey pinafore dress, skirt or trousers, grey tights, white shirt, a tie and school sweatshirt or cardigan. In summer girls wear red summer dresses. White ankle or knee length socks should be worn.
Boys: Boys must wear grey trousers or shorts, a white plain shirt, school tie and a school sweatshirt or a red jumper. During the summer, a red school polo shirt may be worn. Footwear.
For reasons of safety and promotion of foot health, children must wear clean, sensible, low wide heeled shoes (not boots).
Jewellery. Earrings (with the exception of small studs), bangles, necklaces and rings are not permitted as they may be mislaid or cause serious accidents.
PE Games indoors: Both boys and girls must have white shorts and a red top that is long enough to be tucked in. Children work barefooted. All PE clothing should be kept in a named drawstring bag. outdoors: Children require a pair of trainers for team sports. Boys and girls must have white shorts, red top, and a tracksuit or jogging pants. All PE clothing should be kept in a named drawstring bag.
Swimming: All children must have a bathing cap. Towels and costumes should be named and placed in a bag. Children in can only wear goggles following diagnosis of a medical condition by medical practitioner. Written confirmation by the parent/guardian of the diagnosis by a medical practitioner together with a written request to allow the wearing of goggles is required.
It is essential that children who wear earrings either remove them or cover them for any sporting activity at school and that long hair is tied back.
School uniform is available from PMG Schoolwear on the following website http://www.PMGschoolwear.co.uk