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School Uniform


The wearing of uniform encourages pride in the school and a sense of belonging. We ask parents to support us in ensuring that children come to school dressed appropriately in the correct uniform.


Uniform is purchased direct from Price & Buckland either on-line via their website or by posting completed order forms directly to the company. You can chose to have your order delivered to your home address at a charge of £2.50 or alternatively uniform will be delivered to school, free of charge, on the second Monday of every month.

Price & Buckland website:

Contact details:  Telephone: 01159640827          email: webbenquire@price&



  • The last free of charge delivery into school is on Monday 8th July. Please ensure you have placed your order by Sunday 23rd June in order to have delivery into school before September.
  • For delivery to a home address before the beginning of the Autumn term, orders must be placed by Sunday 11th August.


Uniform List







V-neck Sweatshirts/cardigan


  Bottle Green with motif

Polo Shirts

summer dresses (green or yellow gingham)

(for Summer Term and first half of Autumn Term)

  White with motif

  (plain white also acceptable)


  Bottle Green with Gold Stripe


  Black -  No trainers or sandals




PE Kit






  House colour with motif


  House colour with motif




P.E Kit should be kept in a shoe bag marked with child’s name. Plain track suits may be worn in winter for outdoor games when the weather is cold.  All children with long hair must tie it back and girls must not wear tights.  Earrings must be removed or taped for PE/Games.


For P.E in the hall the children walk to the hall in their P.E kits and shoes, then do P.E and Dance in bare feet.  This is essential for high quality work in dance and gymnastics.  For Games, trainers should be worn as plimsolls can slip on the playground. 


Please be aware of the following rules concerning uniform and appearance:-


  • Trainers are not acceptable as school uniform and flimsy or brightly coloured sandals are not appropriate or safe. 
  • Boots may only be worn to and from school with school shoes to change into.
  • only one pair of small stud earrings may be worn
  • the wearing of other jewellery, e.g. rings, necklaces is not allowed.
  • nose studs and other pierced jewellery are not allowed
  • nail varnish should not be worn
  • coats should be plain without large logos
  • dyed hair is not encouraged at junior school level.
  • braided hair with beads is not allowed.
  • more extreme styles of hair e.g. individual strips of longer hair are not allowed
  • Hairbands etc. should be plain and green.


Parents will be asked to ensure children keep within these guidelines and support the school policy.


All jewellery needs to be removed for physical activities and long hair tied back. (Shoulder length and below)