School Uniform

If your child is eligible for the Pupil Premium then school can support with the cost of uniform. Please contact the office for more details.


Uniform is available from Henry Smiths in Shipley.


Also we use the Tesco Uniform Embroidery Service for our badged uniform items - jumpers, cardigans and now polo shirts too! The prices are very competitive (see below), with fast, free delivery and Clubcard Points too. School also receives a donation from Tesco every year. If you are not internet friendly then please see the office and we will be happy to order it on your behalf! 

We also have a stock of quality 'nearly new' items available for a nominal fee. Please see the school office for more details.

Embroidered Red Sweatshirt / Cardigan 

Embroidered Polo Shirt 

Trousers Grey

Skirt/pinafore Grey

Shirt/blouses White

Dress Red/white checked

Book bags and P.E. bags are also on sale in school

Book bags, Pump bags  (available from school).

Suitable black shoes. We discourage the use of multi-coloured “flashing” fashion trainers. Many accidents occur with
unsuitable high-heeled or open-toed shoes.

All children are expected to be adequately and appropriately dressed for school. Girls may wear grey trousers but these must be school uniform type, not boot-leg or leggings.

P.E. Clothes

For P.E. lessons children must have plain blue shorts, a plain white t-shirt and pumps or plimsolls. P.E. clothes must be in a pump bag. These can be purchased at school. In the colder weather children will be expected to bring dark blue/black jogging bottoms to enable classes to have outdoor P.E. lessons.

Children are expected to do P.E. unless excused by a doctor’s note.

School would stress the need to mark your child’s name in each article of clothing, we are working hard to reduce the amount of lost property across the school 


We request that NO jewellery is worn in school. Jewellery is not appropriate and school accepts no responsibility for loss, damage or injury. If it is essential that your child has pierced ears, then only small studs should be worn. These will have to be removed when your child goes swimming.