School Uniform

SCHOOL UNIFORM

Our uniform, including school bags, is available to buy from Valentinos or MAPAC.  (Please click on ‘Valentinos’ or ‘Mapac’ to go directly to their websites.)

Please label all your child’s clothing and belongings with their name. 

All children, from Reception upwards, should ONLY have a Beaufort book bag (KS1 & KS2) OR a Beaufort rucksack (KS2 children only) as their school bag.

Key Stage One Girls: 

Plain black pinafore dress, knee-length skirt or tailored trousers/shorts/culottes*

White polo shirt

Purple round neck sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo

Plain black tights/Black or white socks

Summer – purple checked summer dress (not ‘playsuit’ style)

Smart, black school shoes

 

Key Stage One Boys:      

Plain tailored black trousers or shorts*

White polo shirt

Purple round neck sweatshirt with school logo

Black socks

Smart, black school shoes

 

*Reception children ONLY may wear black jogging bottoms if preferred

 

Key Stage 2 Girls:     Plain black knee-length skirt or tailored trousers/shorts/culottes

White blouse/shirt with school tie

Purple v-neck school sweatshirt, or cardigan

Plain black tights/Black or white socks

Summer – purple/lilac checked summer dress (not ‘playsuit’ style)

Smart, black school shoes

 

Key Stage 2 Boys:

Plain tailored black trousers or shorts

White shirt and school tie

Purple v-neck school sweatshirt

Black socks

Smart, black school shoes

 

P.E: 

In a Beaufort drawstring P.E. bag….

Black shorts

Plain T-shirt in Team colour

Plain black jogging bottoms and sweatshirt

Trainers; Plimsolls (KS1 only)

P.E. kit should be kept at school all week and can be taken home for washing at weekends/holidays.

Nursery & Reception children will need to have a pair of named Wellingtons at school for outdoor play.

Any parent requiring assistance to purchase school uniform should approach the Headteacher or Chair of Governors.  Any such requests are treated confidentially.

 

Hair and Jewellery    

Hair should be tied back if it is long enough (both for boys and girls). Hairbands should be small, simple and in school or hair colours.

In line with our school ethos, we like our children to be smart in their appearance and therefore ‘extreme’ haircuts are not permitted in school. We define ‘extreme’ as any haircut that is significantly different so as to cause distraction to, or attention from, others. This would include shaved patterns, tram lines or equivalent, shaved sides with longer hair across the centre, short hair with pony tail, unnatural hair colouring, etc. This list is not exhaustive. When joining the school, parents/carers are expected to fully support this policy at all times. Long hair should be tied back at all times and short hair in a suitable style for school.

One stud earring is permitted in the lobe of each ear. No other jewellery is permitted without prior permission.  The children need to remove all jewellery for P.E.