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Picture 1 School Uniform for boys
Picture 2 School Uniform for girls
Picture 3 Indoor PE Kit

We strongly encourage all children to wear school uniform, which can be purchased from the School Office or via our online payment system.  Our school colours are bottle green and gold.  Polo shirts, sweatshirts and cardigans with the school logo are available to order from the School Office.  Bookbags, rucksacks and PE t-shirts are also available. These should be supplemented with grey trousers and skirts or green gingham/striped dresses which are available from many local suppliers.  Pupils should wear sensible shoes rather than trainers.  High heels and platform soles are not suitable for school and should not be worn.

 

Jewellery is not permitted in school (other than a watch).  Pupils with pierced ears should wear studs and these must be taken out or covered with micropore tape (supplied from home) for PE.  We ask that pupils are not sent to school with extreme haircuts, dyed hair or make-up.

 

Pupils must always change for PE.  Plain white t-shirts (white logo-ed PE t-shirts can be purchased from the School Office) and black or navy shorts should be worn (without slogans or brand names).  Indoor PE will be done in bare feet but pupils will need trainers for outdoor PE.  During cold weather, pupils can wear navy or black tracksuits for outside PE. For safety reasons, we do not allow tops with hoods attached to be worn during PE lessons.  To ensure your child always has their correct PE kit we strongly recommend you leave their kit in school for the whole of the half term.  Your child can then bring the kit home for washing during half term.

 

 

PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT ALL ITEMS OF CLOTHING ARE CLEARLY MARKED WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME IN AS MANY PLACES AS POSSIBLE!

 

Lost Property

 

Neither the school nor Milton Keynes Council can accept responsibility for the loss of any article brought to school.  Pupils should not bring toys, cards or valuable items to school.  Mobile phones are not allowed in school.  Any child needing to make contact with home during the school day can do so via the School Office.

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