Junior Department Uniform List (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6)
Minimum requirements
CORRECT SCHOOL UNIFORM TO BE WORN AT ALL TIMES - NO SUBSTITUTES ALLOWED
Girls

1 Tartan Pleated skirt
3 White Polo shirts
1 navy blue school sweatshirt
Navy socks - ankle or knee high (or navy blue tights in the cold weather of the middle term)
Plain black or navy blue leather shoes (no open toes, high heels, patent leather or fashion shoes)

Boys

2 pairs navy blue school shorts (no long trousers)
3 white polo type shirts
1 navy blue school sweatshirt
Black or navy blue closed toed leather shoes
Navy blue socks

P.E. Kit for Boys and Girls

Navy blue school shorts
White school T-shirt
Navy socks
Trainers must be blue or white or a mix of blue and white (not black)

On days when pupils have sports they may come to school in their PE kit.

On particularly cold, school days children are allowed to wear, only school tracksuits, over normal school uniform from the beginning of November to the end of February. The tracksuit (which is not an obligatory purchase) can then be removed if the weather becomes hot.

All items of school uniform MUST be named with an embroidered label (ink washes out). A check will be made of all uniform and labels in the first week of each term.

All items of school uniform except footwear can only be purchased from the school uniform shop which is open from 8.45 - 9.30 am on Thursday mornings.

Hair

Girls´ hair should be clean and tidy and, if long, worn tied back off the face with a navy blue ribbon or elastic type band.

Boys´ hair must be clean and SHORT and not worn in any outlandish style.

Jewellery

Jewellery may not be worn to school because of the danger of physical injury or loss.
The only exception to this rule is a watch and if absolutely necessary girls may wear a pair of very small plain stud earrings.