Our aim is to have a uniform which is both smart and practical and which encourages children to take a pride in their school and their own appearance. All children are asked to wear the uniform and adhere to the dress code in order to eliminate competitive fashion crazes.
Please remember that all items need to be named. Here is a link to Label Planet who are suppliers of Stick In Labels (no sewing required!!!!). School Reference Number: 21535 for the school to gain 30% commission on all sales.
List of School Uniform Items:
Grey school trousers or grey school shorts from a school uniform range
Navy skirt or pinafore (no more than 10cm above the knee (from a school uniform range)
White or navy polo shirt with school logo*
Navy sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo*
Grey, white, navy or black socks
Grey or navy tights (min 60 den)
Flat black school shoes with laces, strap or buckle
Pale blue checked dress or culottes-style dress in summer
Plain navy shorts
Navy t-shirt embroidered with school logo*
Trainers or socks (tights cannot be worn in PE)
Plain PE bag with drawstring
Y3 - Y6
Plain navy football top
Black football shorts
Black or navy socks
Football boots or sturdy trainers (in a waterproof bag)
Summer Term and Early Autumn Term only -
Swimsuit or trunks (no bikinis, baggy shorts or tied fastenings)
Swimming Hat for everyone
Arm Bands (if not yet able to swim)
Verruca Sock (as necessary)
Goggles may only be worn if parents send a note giving permission
Sun Hats are available and should be worn when it is very sunny
* available from school outfitters - School Days Direct, 652 Bath Road, Taplow, SL6 0NZ.
Tel: 01628 665353 www.schooldaysdirect.co.uk
All school clothes and personal possessions brought into school must be clearly named.
Basic Stationary Kit:
required by all pupils and needs to be restocked regularly
A handwriting or fountain pen (Y3 - Y6)
A Pencil Sharpener
A Pritt Stick
Children need a book bag to keep their reading book and words in (these can be purchased from the school office).
Lost property will be retained for half a term and then disposed of.
PE kit should be in school every day and taken home for washing on Friday. Please check regularly to ensure that children have not outgrown their kit.
Jewellery is not permitted in school as it can be harmful to other children and frequently gets lost causing the child unnecessary distress. Children with pierced ears may wear plain studs but these must be removed before PE, games or swimming and children are responsible for looking after them themselves.
Whilst watches are permitted we recommend that children do not have expensive watches as they are all too frequently lost or damaged.
Second Hand Uniform
If anyone needs any items in between the Second Hand Uniform sales then please speak to Liz Walmsley and she will be happy to help. If you leave your number at the school office we can pass it on to Liz.
Thank you for attending our second Growth Mindset Open Day on 27th June.
The leaflet below was given to parents on the day and is useful for supporting children in their learning.
Those who attended the drug awareness evening at school on Thursday 22nd June found it both engaging and moving.
The speaker, Elizabeth Burton-Phillips MBE, founded the Wycombe-based charity DrugFam following the loss of her son to addiction.
The charity supports families affected by drug and alcohol addition. For more information visit http://drugfam.co.uk