School uniform contributes to a child's sense of belonging and signifies pride in our school.
Our school uniform is a combination of navy and grey/black. Most items can be bought from high street shops. Items marked with a * below, some of which have the school logo on, are sold in Uniform Base, Chatham.
Online from www.uniformbase.co.uk
Shop: Uniform Base, 11 Railway Street, Chatham, 01634 407217
- Grey skirt/pinafore dress/trousers or blue and white checked dress
- White blouse or polo shirt*
- Navy blue sweatshirt* or cardigan*, either plain or with school logo*
- Black/grey tights or black/white/grey socks
Please note skirts should be an appropriate length and of a style which allows girls to sit comfortably on the floor.
- Grey shorts/trousers not jogging bottoms
- White shirt or polo shirt*
- Navy blue sweatshirt, either plain or with school logo*
- Black/white/grey socks
Reversible waterproof coats, with the school logo, which are suitable for boys and girls, are also available from the school uniform shop.
Shoes should be flat, black and appropriate for school. Your child should wear shoes which he or she can manage to do up independently. Please do not send your child to school in shoes which prevent them from running in the playground. Long hair must be tied back at all times and children should not wear make up, coloured hair or nail varnish.
Children need a change of clothes and footwear for PE (for health and hygiene reasons) and a bag in which to keep the kit at school. All school uniform and PE kit MUST be named. Children can become upset as a result of lost clothing, so please help us by naming everything.
For Girls and Boys:
- Navy blue or black shorts
- Plain white T-shirt or PE coloured T-shirt (available from school office)
- A pair of black plimsolls – velcro fastenings are essential for KS1 children
- Trainers – KS2 children
- Navy or black jogging bottoms and sweatshirt for outdoor lessons in cold weather
For health and safety reasons, children are not permitted to wear earrings or any other jewellery for PE. Your child’s teacher will advise you when PE lessons take place so that earrings can be removed.