We are proud of our school and our uniform and ask that all families support us in ensuring their child is dressed in line with the uniform policy.
School Uniform consists of:
Grey trousers, skirts, pinafores or shorts
Blue and white check summer dresses for girls
White or light blue polo shirts (these can be plain or purchased with the school logo via the office)
School Blue sweatshirts or cardigans with the school logo (available via the office) or matching colour plain jumper or cardigan.
Socks or tights - white, grey or black
Black shoes - no trainers please. Please ensure shoes are safe for walking up and down stairs.
P.E kit consists of:
Navy blue shorts (jogging trousers in winter)
Pumps or trainers
Please ensure your child's clothes are clearly named.
There are a significant number of sweatshirts in the lost property.....please take a moment to check. Thankyou.
The school is part of the Fruit Scheme, which provides a free piece of fruit for children in Reception and Key Stage One.
We also offer fruit to children in Key Stage Two
If you have any questions about the scheme, please speak to the school office.
If your child is under 5, they are entitled to free school milk. You will need to register to receive this - details of how to do this can be obtained from the school office.
If your child is over 5, you also have the option to pay for milk.
You can access additional information and resources at : www.coolmilk.com/septemberintake
You can register for your child at any time. If you have done so by Tuesday, Milk begins the following week.
School meals can be booked with the school office. The cost is £2.30 per day. All meals are cooked fresh on site, using quality ingredients.
If your child is entitled to Free School Meals, they will automatically be added to the list. If you are unsure about your entitlement, please contact Mrs Arbuthnott who will be happy to provide an application form and any further information you may need.