We feel strongly that uniform should be affordable to all so work with a number of suppliers but are equally happy if parents choose to buy from supermarkets or make use of our good quality Pre-loved items (please ask at our office). We do not insist that pupils wear uniform bearing the school logo, plain navy and white is fine but we do have lots of pre-loved items if you prefer...please ask. Logo items can be ordered by following the links below. (School receives 5% funds of all uniforms purchased through these websites.) https://myclothing.com/ueslink/7499.school or https://shopkeepeasy.com/115305
If your child has grown and you have some good quality items that may benefit someone else, please hand them into our office. Thank you.
If items are named, they do tend to find their way back to their owner eventually if lost. If not named, they probably will not...you have no idea how many items we have that look exactly the same.
Winter uniform (worn after October half term until the Easter break):
Navy tailored trousers, skirt or pinafore dress with a white collared cotton shirt, school tie and a navy sweatshirt or cardigan (with or without the school logo.)
Summer Uniform (worn after the Easter Break until October half term):
Navy tailored shorts, trousers or skirt with a white short sleeved polo shirt or cotton tailored shirt (no ties) Navy sweatshirts or cardigans are optional. Navy and white checked dresses or all in one checked culottes are also acceptable. (checked all over please, not checked skirts or tops).
Footwear: Black, brown or navy “leather look” shoes (heels must be covered) Wellingtons can be worn to school then changed for inside. Trainers may be worn at playtimes and for P.E. but adults will ask that these are changed once inside the building. Children regularly wearing incorrect footwear will be provided with pre-loved plimsolls.
Hair accessories should be simple and black, white, brown or blue in colour. Children will be asked to remove anything else.
All children (yes, even Years 5 and 6!) require a navy book bag (with or without a Collingwood logo)
Simple watches that do no more than tell the time and small stud earrings can be worn only on the understanding that this is at the owners own risk. Pupils need to be able to remove their own earrings as staff are not allowed to do this for them and taping over earrings is unsafe. Any child wearing earrings will miss out on PE and other physical activity until they are removed. Since this is a statutory requirement, children should not therefore have their ears pierced at any time other than the end of July as these will need to be removed before they have healed.
Items worn for religious reasons should be plain, in keeping with school colours and should be removed during P.E. unless the Headteacher has given permission following consultation with parents/carers.
black shorts and a plain round necked white t-shirt (not a polo shirt as we cannot tell if children have changed!), with plimsolls or trainers.
In colder weather plain black, jogging bottoms and zip up top or our optional school logo tracksuit or logo fleece are acceptable.
These should be kept in either a Collingwood logo draw string bag or a very small named rucksack. (available from link above). We are not able to accommodate larger bags and these are not conducive to pupil’s back health.