Uniform

What a child wears to school reflects his/her attitude to learning; it portrays the school’s ethos and shared values. We have a very simple uniform that pupils are encouraged to wear:

Reception and KS1

  • White polo shirt/shirt
  • Charcoal (dark grey) trousers / skirt / dress
  • Charcoal (dark grey) shorts 
  • A blue and white checked dress may be worn in the Summer months
  • Navy blue jumper / cardigan with school logo 
  • Black shoes
  • Black/white socks or tights
  • Trainers can be worn for PE and at break times. Shoes or pumps should be worn in school at all times
 
KS2
  • School tie
  • White shirt/polo shirt
  • Charcoal (dark grey) trousers / skirt / dress
  • Charcoal (dark grey) shorts
  • A blue and white checked dress may be worn in the summer months
  • V-neck navy blue jumper / cardigan with school logo
  • Black shoes
  • Black/white socks or tights
  • Trainers can be worn for PE and at break times. Shoes or pumps should be worn in school at all times

The full range of uniform is available from Whittakers Schoolwear (formerly Henry Smith's) in Shipley and The Uniform Shop in Bradford.

Click here for Whittakers details and information on how to order - details also displayed below.

Click here for The Uniform Shop's details and directions. 

Sensible, low-heeled black shoes (not trainers) should be worn for school.  Appropriate hair styles are also expected as part of the school uniform.  Exaggerated colours and styles are not welcome.  In this we are reflecting the policies of local Secondary Schools.

PE Uniform

Children  should wear navy blue shorts, a white T-shirt and black PE pumps for indoor PE. Trainers, plain navy blue or black tracksuit for outdoor games. Pump bag. 

Jewellery

The school follows Health and Safety regulations set down by the Local Authority.  In line with our ethos of developing and supporting cultural diversity, we recognise that some parents may wish their child to wear jewellery in accordance with their cultural beliefs and practices.

We would respectfully ask that parents consider the Health and Safety implications and take on full liability for any incidents that may occur whilst in school.

For safety reasons, we ask that rings, bracelets and necklaces are not worn in school.  If children have had their ears pierced only studs and not sleepers must be worn at school.  By following this guidance we also hope to avoid the added problems of loss.

Name Labels

Please ensure that all items of clothing are clearly labelled with your child’s name. This makes it easier when trying to locate lost property.