Our dress code encourages children’s pride in their appearance and to increase their feeling of belonging to a caring school.
Summer uniform is from Easter to October half term. Children should come to school dressed in accordance with the code below:
White shirt/ blouse or white or light blue polo shirt
Charcoal grey/ black trousers/ skirt or pinafore dress
Royal blue school jumper/ cardigan
With skirt/ dress – grey or black tights or white socks
Black shoes or trainers
SUMMER – optional changes
Charcoal grey shorts instead of trousers
Blue/ white checked gingham dresses can be worn in place of a skirt/ pinafore dress
White t shirt (or plain t shirt in house colour)
Plain black shorts or joggers/ PE leggings/ tracksuit trousers
Trainers or plimsols
A plain royal blue hoodie/ sweatshirt may also be worn – or a school jumper/ cardigan.
On the outdoor learning days, this must be their PE kits – including a long pair of joggers and a school jumper/ royal blue sweatshirt or hoodie. Wellies/ outdoor learning footwear (named!) should be bought in to school on these days in a carrier bag.
Whilst there is no expectation that any uniform item should be branded, school branded items such as bookbags, jumpers and cardigans are available from Pupil Schoolwear, Swadlincote (Tel: 01283 224512) or MyUniform Ltd (Tel: 01283 619224). We also have regular uniform swap shops to either bring uniform to give to be recycled and reused by another family and/ or to pick up uniform needed – free of charge.
- Long hair should be tied back in a headband or bobble
- No jewellery should be worn other than a watch and stud earrings. There should also be no nail varnish or make-up
- All children need to bring a coat to school when the weather is cold for play times.
- No large bags should be bought into school
- Please make sure that all clothes are labelled.