School Uniform Requirements

Year round uniform

  • Navy blue sweatshirts or cardigan, with the school logo
  • White polo with school logo
  • Dark grey trousers, shorts or skirt
  • Grey/ black socks (white socks allowed with skirt/ summer dress)
  • Black shoes (no trainers, no boots, no flashing lights please)

Summer uniform

  • Unisex dark grey shorts/ skirt
  • White polo with school logo
  • Yellow and white chequered summer dress (as currently), including the ‘shorts’ style

PE Kit

  • Black shorts 
  • Yellow T-Shirt 
  • Jogging suit (for colder weather)
  • Trainers for outside/ Daps for inside
  • School navy blue hoody (optional)

Optional alternatives

  • Navy cardigan with school logo
  • Navy fleece with school logo

Nursery (optional)

  • Navy blue T-Shirt with school logo

All clothing should be labelled with your child’s name.

Purchasing Uniform

School uniform orders can be ordered through our PTA. Please be aware that our PTA do not stock every size so orders can take up to 4 weeks to arrive from our supplier. To print a order form please click here. Once completed please hand to the school office.

Our school uniform is also stocked at Midsomer Norton Sports and camping on the high street. Alternativly please click here to view their website 

Please do not allow children to wear jewellery to school. This includes rings and ear-rings. Plain studs are accepted for pierced ears, but not encouraged. They must be removed for days when your child participates in PE/SWIMMING activities, including dance, games and gymnastics lessons. If your child has recently pierced ears, please tape them before coming to school. If your child presents for a lesson wearing earrings, they will be excluded from the lesson. Teachers cannot remove earrings.

School Bags

It is fashionable for children to bring very large sports bags to school and this causes us major problems. There is limited space in the cloakrooms, making it difficult to hang both coats and large bags on the pegs. Please keep bags to a sensible size. 


Mobile Phones
Children in Year 5 and Year 6 who have permission to walk home by themselves are permitted to bring mobile phones to school for safety purposes; however, these must not be used in school or on the school grounds and must be handed to the class teacher on arrival.


The school cannot take responsibility for any personal items of value in school. This includes ear studs and mobile phones. Children should not bring toys to school with the exception of playground toys such as footballs and skipping ropes. These should be clearly named and, again, the school cannot take responsibility if these items are lost or damaged.