Autumn & Winter terms (from the start of the Academic year in September to the end of the Spring term).
Boys: Pale blue cotton short or long-sleeved cotton shirt, navy tie, navy V-neck jumper and grey trousers. Grey or navy blue socks. Shoes should be dark in colour, preferably black or blue.
Girls: Pale blue cotton short or long-sleeved blouse or shirt, navy tie, navy V-neck jumper or cardigan and grey trousers or skirt/pinafore. Socks/tights should be grey or navy blue. Shoes should be dark in colour, preferably black or dark blue, with a low heel. Fashion boots and shoes are not acceptable.
Summer Term (From return after Easter until the end of term in July).
Boys: Pale blue cotton short-sleeved shirt, worn open-necked, navy V-neck jumper and grey shorts or trousers. Grey or navy blue socks. Shoes or sandals should be dark in colour, preferably black or dark blue.
Girls: Pale blue cotton short-sleeved blouse or shirt, worn open-necked, navy V-neck jumper or cardigan, grey skirt/pinafore or trousers.
Pale blue gingham summer dress or blouse and skirt, V-neck navy jumper or cardigan.
Short or long white socks, Shoes or sandals should be dark in colour, preferably black or dark blue with a low heel. Fashion sandals, trainers or shoes are not acceptable nor trainer socks.
Jumpers, cardigans, jackets and book bags bearing the school logo are available for purchase/order from Mary’s Tots and Teens, Newport.
All clothing should be as plain as possible.
- Black or navy shorts/skort/leggings/jogging bottoms
- White t-shirt or polo shirt
- Black or navy sweatshirt/hoodie/zip up top
- Black/Navy/Grey/White socks
- Earrings removed (and left at home if possible)
- Long hair tied up
Please ensure all clothing is marked with your child’s name, either with a name tape or written in ink on the garment’s label.
Governors also request that for official photographs, ties are worn.
We appreciate your help in ensuring the children are comfortable, smart and proud of their school.
Make-up, including nail varnish is not allowed. Long hair should always be tied back.
JEWELLERY & VALUABLES
It is not advisable for children to wear jewellery to school. Children who have pierced ears may wear studs, but these must be removed or covered with plasters (supplied by parents) by the children themselves before P.E. and Games lessons.
In the Spring term, for KS2 swimming lessons, we advise pupils do not wear ear-rings that day.
Long hair should be tied back. This is an essential safety requirement.
School is not responsible for any loss or damage. Toys are not permitted in school as loss or damage can be very upsetting. However, there may be specific times when children are asked to bring in toys for topic work or displays.
You can find out more about buying uniform on the uniform shop page of our Parents’ Area: