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We ask parents to make every effort to send their child in school uniform, which is listed here. We consider that it helps children to feel that they belong to our school community and also assists in preventing discrimination.  


School uniform may be purchased at Fitwell on Smithdown Road.

Uniform can also be purchased online from Tesco at:


 School Uniform


  • School sweat shirt
  • School polo shirt
  • Grey trousers (long or short)
  • Grey socks
  • Black shoes (not trainers) or, in summer,  black or white sandals



  • School sweat shirt or cardigan
  • School polo shirt
  • Grey skirt or tailored grey trousers or, in summer, a yellow / white gingham dress
  • White socks or grey tights
  • Black shoes (not trainers) or, in summer, black or white sandals

  P.E. Kit

  • School tee shirt (track suit bottoms may be worn if the activity is outside during the winter)
  • Royal blue shorts
  • Black pumps for activities inside the school and trainers for outside activities


Uniform for Early Years comprises of the school polo shirt and sweatshirt with jogging bottoms to help them access the seven areas of learning comfortably. Grey shorts may be worn during the Summer Term. Girls are NOT allowed to wear dresses.


All articles of equipment and clothing must be clearly labelled with your child’s name.



For health and safety reasons jewellery must not be worn in school. The school will not be held responsible for any damage caused as a result of a child wearing jewellery. If your child has pierced ears they should wear small studs during school time. Under no circumstances can “hoops” or similar styles of earring be worn.  For certain activities e.g. P.E. and swimming the teacher will insist that earrings are removed for safety reasons.



School is only covered for public liability and we do not provide personal insurance for children who suffer personal loss or injuries when participating in school activities. Parents may choose to make their own private arrangements for personal insurance of their child. As we cannot be held responsible for breakages or losses we would ask that children do not bring personal objects to school unless asked to do so by staff.