Our school colours are blue, grey and white, and we respectfully request that children come to school wearing clothes of these colours only.
Boys should wear grey trousers or shorts, white shirts and royal blue jumpers or sweatshirts, with plain grey socks (not patterned).
Girls should wear grey skirts, grey trousers or pinafore dresses and white blouses in winter, with a royal blue cardigan or sweatshirt and grey tights. In the summer, dresses are pale blue and white checked and are worn with plain white socks (not patterned). Hair accessories should be blue.
We expect children to wear safe and sensible shoes, which must be black. We do not allow trainers, open toed sandals or boots.
Please note that the royal blue school fleece jackets are considered to be for outside wear rather than in the classroom.
Our logo uniform suppliers are Threads & Treads (5 Station Road, Verwood BH31 7PY; Tel 01202 826467). Debbie Gregory and her team offer an excellent service, and keep a stock of our uniform in the shop at all times. The range of uniform available includes sweatshirt, sweatshirt jacket, PE t-shirt, fleece and book bag in Royal Blue, with the School Logo.
PE clothes consist of a blue t-shirt and white shorts, tracksuit bottoms for the colder months, and a pair of trainers. Children normally take part in indoor PE in bare feet.
Please ensure that each item of your child’s clothing is labelled with their name.
Valuable personal belongings such as jewellery, watches, money, electronic equipment, computer games and toys should not be brought to school as we cannot guarantee their safety.
For safety reasons, children with pierced ears may only wear studs to school. However, these should not be worn on PE Days. Please speak to your child’s Class Teacher to confirm which day your child will be taught PE.
For those children who need to wear glasses at all times, we recommend that a retaining band be worn during PE to keep them secure.
We have very limited cloakroom space and therefore regret that we cannot accommodate large bags.
Although we understand that they are a current and fashionable trend, we do not consider temporary tattoos and nail varnish to be suitable for young children to wear to school.