School Uniform

Our uniform policy is linked to our ethos our inclusivity and a focus on high standards and everyone taking pride in themselves. 

After consultation between Governors and parents, the school adopted a mode of dress, which it is expected that children will wear:


  • Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan
  • Royal blue or white shirts, blouses, t-shirts, or polo shirts
  • Grey or black skirts or trousers
  • Sensible, black shoes
  • Grey, white or black socks or tights


During the summer pupils may wear grey or black tailored shorts. Pupils may wear blue summer dresses.  We ask particularly that t-shirts are plain with no logos or writing on them, other than the school logo. All items of clothing should be clearly marked.

We expect all trousers and skirts to be of an appropriate style in order to look smart and to allow them to take full part in all activities. We do not expect children to wear leggings.

School uniform can be purchased either through Pinders Schoolwear who have a dedicated shop located in Crystal Peaks or School Trends who offer a click and collect service and will deliver to school free of charge.



School Trends -


Children will be encouraged to maintain standards of tidiness, neatness and cleanliness of dress at all times.




  • For PE and Games we encourage a change of clothing – grey, black or navy shorts/leggings or tracksuit bottoms.
  • A PE t-shirt (in house colours) is provided when your child first joins school.
  • A change of footwear for PE is required – pumps or trainers with non-scuff soles. If it is cold, pupils may wear a warm top for outdoor games.
  • The wearing of jewellery, make up, nail polish and other personal adornments is not allowed in school in order to maintain a suitable appearance, to limit any unnecessary distractions to learning and to minimise any health and safety risks. The only exceptions to this rule are wrist watches and ear studs. Religious items and medical jewellery such as a medical alert bracelet may also be worn by a pupil with a medical condition. We would ask that you speak to a member of the leadership team if this is the case so all relevant staff are aware.