School Uniform

School uniform is not compulsory but most children like to wear the school colours of Navy Blue and Grey. Usually this takes the form of a Navy Blue jumper or school sweatshirt and grey skirt/pinafore or trousers. A white blouse/shirt/polo-top is usually worn.

Jeans, cycle shorts and trainers are not suitable school wear. It should also be noted that for reasons of health and safety, skimpy tops that leave shoulders and mid riffs bare are not suitable items of school clothing.

Book bags, PE bags, and swimming hats are sold at the school office. School sweatshirts can be bought from the National Schoolwear Shop in Ber Street, Norwich.



This usually comprises:

• P.E. shoes • plimsolls (no trainers, please)
• Shorts and T-shirt, or leotard for girls (no bare midriffs, please)

In the interests of safety, long hair must be tied back and ear-rings must be removed or covered with tape.


• One piece swimming costume/ trunks (NB not shorts as these inhibit boys when learning to swim)
• Swimming hat
• Towel

All clothing should be permanently marked with the child’s name for easy identification.


Each class participates in weekly outdoor lessons. It is important that your child is dressed appropriately for this ie with wellies and waterproofs.

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