All uniform can be bought from Casey's Schoolwear Shop.

Our uniform is a mark of our school’s collective identity. It has been chosen with comfort and practicality in mind, and pupils are expected to present themselves and wear their school uniform with pride.


  • Black or grey skirts, or trousers
  • Royal blue polo shirt
  • Royal blue sweatshirt or royal blue cardigan
  • Black, blue, white or grey tights
  • Black shoes or  black trainers trainers (no bright laces)
  • Black, blue, white or grey leggings



  • Black or grey skirts, shorts or trousers
  • Blue and white gingham dress
  • Royal blue polo shirt
  • Royal blue sweatshirt bearing the school logo
  • Black shoes or black trainers (no bright laces)


Shoes should be, as far as possible, flat and sturdy. Shoes which are high heeled or with thin straps are not permitted as they can be hazardous when running and do no promote good foot health. If children wear boots to school, they must bring alternative shoes to change in to.

P.E. and GAMES


  • Black shorts or leggings
  • White T-shirt
  • Pumps or trainers (no bright laces)

Children are NOT to wear baggy or hooded clothes during indoor PE sessions in accordance with health and safety policies.


  • Black shorts, leggings or tracksuit bottoms
  • White T-shirt
  • Jumper (children may use their school jumper or other jumper from home in winter months as long as it is on top of their PE t-shirt)
  • Trainers.  These should be PE trainers and not school shoes

Kit can be kept safe in a kit-bag in school throughout the week. Kit needs to be taken home at end of week to be washed.

It is essential that all items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name, including coats and P.E. kit. This can be done with sew in tapes or with an indelible pen.


Jewellery & Religious Items

  • No jewellery (other than plain studs for pierced ears) or make-up is permitted.
  • Sun hats or warm winter headgear may be worn and indeed we recommend both as appropriate.
  • Head coverings (hijab), bands or bobbles for the hair should plain, black, blue, grey or white.  
  • Children should not wear nail varnish to school, for health and safety reasons, as the nail bed is an area first aiders may need to check if there is any injury to the hand or arm.
  • Children from the Sikh community are allowed to wear a kara, which is steel or iron bracelet. As part of the Sikh faith the kara must never be removed.
  • Due to health & safety reasons, for PE and breaktimes it has been agreed with the local Sikh community that all children are requested to cover their kara using a sweatband or other appropriate covering.
  • Parents who wish children to wear any other jewellery or religious item should put this request in writing to the headteacher.