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New School Uniform!

New school uniform now available to purchase from

Old school uniform remains acceptable and valid!


We are really excited to present our new school uniform to you – old uniform is still acceptable as is plain white polo shirts and plain red jumpers.

The uniform with our new school logo will now be sold through ‘Embroidered Uniform Services’ from Tesco Direct and no longer via the school. The prices are very competitive and there is quite an extensive range to choose from. Please use the link below.

Once on the page just type in the school name to view the range of uniform available.


The correct uniform for the school is:

  • Red cardigan, red sweatshirt, red jumper or red fleece – with or without school logo

White Polo Shirts (with or without school logo) or plain white shirts or blouses

  • Black or Grey trousers, skirt or pinafore – plain no embellishment
  • Black or grey shorts or a red gingham dress for the summer months – plain no embellishment
  • Black shoes (no backless or open toed shoes or shoes with a heel no higher than 1 inch) or plain black trainers.




PE kit remains the same:

  • Plain black or blue shorts
  • Plain white t-shirt
  • Plimsolls or trainers – some PE such as gym will be in bare feet
  • Children can wear tracksuit bottoms and jumpers if it is cold outside


The only jewellery allowed in school are small stud earrings or any jewellery worn for religious or cultural reasons. 

Jewellery must be removed or covered by microporous tape which parents must provide. Tape is available cheaply from all supermarkets.




Fill in the ‘Free School Meal form’ and we will provide a new school book bag with our new school logo. Even if you think or know that you are not eligible, 10 minutes filling out the form will get you a free book bag.*
All book bags will be given out in September!


You may be aware that our school and your child may benefit from additional funding from central government known as the Pupil Premium Grant.


The government has introduced the Pupil Premium to help children to reach their full potential and to achieve better at school.


The level of funding that the school currently gets is £1320 for each child that is registered as meeting the statutory free school meal criteria. The funding is directed specially at the pupils in receipt of this funding, and could be used for items such as 1-2-1 or small group tuition, non-academic intervention, enrichment activities, help with costs for trips, equipment, specific training for staff etc.