Parents are expected to support the school uniform, which is:
Navy blue sweatshirt(with logo)/jumper/cardigan
Black shoes (no trainers)
In the Summer children may wear either:
A blue and white gingham dress
Grey trousers or plain blue shorts
Skirts and dresses should be worn with white socks or blue/
Socks and school shoes should be worn at all times.
In addition all children will need:
A P.E. kit consisting of a white t-shirt, blue shorts, black elasticated pumps
For outdoor games, children may wear track suits and training shoes
Year 4 children will also need a swimming costume, swimming cap and a towel.
There is no uniform requirement for coats. Any headwear worn inside the classroom would be for religious purposes only and should be in the school colours, black or white.
Items of uniform which have a logo can be purchased or ordered via A4J Designs, School Trends online, Clive Marks and Crested Schoolwear in the Victorian Arcade, Walsall.
MAKE SURE THAT ALL CLOTHING IS NAMED AS CHILDREN MAY LOOSE JUMPERS AND CARDIGANS!
If a child is not wearing the correct uniform, you may receive a phone call asking you to bring the correct uniform to school. We will expect children to change into their pumps if shoes are worn that are not part of the school uniform.
JEWELLERY AND PERSONAL BELONGINGS.
Extreme styles of dress or hairstyles, such as contrasting lengths and/or hair dye are not appropriate for school. Jewellery should not be worn in school, as it can be a source of danger in some lessons. Pupils who have pierced ears may only wear ONE pair of small studs and these need to be removed during PE and swimming lessons. Pupils wishing to have their ears pierced should do so at the beginning of the summer holiday, therefore avoiding problems during swimming and PE lessons. With the exception of 1 pair of stud type earrings in the ears, all other body piercings are not appropriate for school for safety reasons, and must not be worn in school.
Children are discouraged from bringing personal items into school as we will not take any responsibility for loss or damage.