All items of school uniform can be purchased at Scallywagz, High Street, Daventry or TailorMade, Royal Oak Industrial Estate, Daventry
It is our school policy that all pupils wear school uniform when attending school or when participating in a school organised event outside normal hours. We understand that school uniform can be expensive and so we have reviewed and amended our expectations to ensure that uniform does not cause you financial hardship.
We will soon begin hosting pre-loved uniform sales.
Promotes a sense of pride in the school
Engenders a sense of community and belonging towards the school
Is practical and smart
Makes pupils feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance
Is regarded as suitable wear for school and is considered by parents as good value for money
Is designed with health and safety in mind
Dark grey or black school trousers
White polo shirt
Black or grey socks
Black shoes (plain, black trainer-type shoes are fine, but should not be any other colour or contain coloured designs)
In addition to the above, children may wear the following during the summer months:
Dark grey/black shorts (not sports shorts)
Navy blue cap
Dark grey/black knee length skirt or pinafore dress
Dark grey/black ankle length trousers or black leggings
White polo shirt
Black, grey or navy tights
Black low heeled shoes (plain, black trainer-type shoes are fine, but should not be any other colour or contain coloured designs)
Blue and white gingham or striped school dress
Navy blue cap
Plain black/dark blue shorts
White school PE T-shirt or plain white T-shirt
all in a named PE bag please
Children may wear:
Sensible inexpensive wristwatches, but these should be marked with owners name. The pupil must be responsible for their watch as the school is not responsible for damage or loss of personal property.
Makeup, including nail varnish.
Trainers (except during PE/games lessons). The only exception to this is on medical grounds and a letter, containing full details, should be sent to the school please.
Sports branded clothing during the normal school day.
High heeled shoes (on health and safety grounds).
Extreme hair cuts.
Tattoos of any description.
Branded waterproof jackets (optional) are also available.
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