Aims and objectives:
Our school uniform policy is based on the notion that school uniform:
  • Promotes a sense of pride in the school
  • Engenders a sense of community and belonging towards the school
  • Is practical and smart
  • Creates a feeling of equality amongst peers
  • Is designed with health and safety in mind 
The following uniform must be worn to school and when representing the school at any event outside the school:


  • Checked shirt with logo
  • Navy trousers 
  • Black school shoes
  • Plain socks
  • Navy blue V-neck sweater with logo


  • Checked blouse with logo
  • Navy pinafore with logo
  • Black school shoes
  • Plain white socks or tights
  • Navy blue or red hair accessories
  • Navy blue Shaila
P.E. Uniform
  • Red polo shirt with logo
  • Navy blue sport trouser 
  • Black or white trainers
All uniform items are available from Zaks stores ,All items are branded.
Role of parents:
We appeal to parents to purchase the uniform from the supplier to ensure uniformity of children and tidiness of presentation which is ensured by the quality of the garments from the chosen supplier.  It is the responsibility of parents to see to it that uniforms are clean and in good repair so that the child will feel comfortable amongst his/her peers.  Parents should encourage their children to support the uniform policy.
Role of teachers:
It is the teachers’ responsibility to ensure that children in their classes comply with uniform policies.  Uniforms are checked daily and transgressions noted.  The management of the school will consider written requests for individuals to have special dispensation for either religious or medical reasons.
Jewellery can become a health and safety hazard in the school situation and is therefore not allowed with the exception of the following:
  • A wrist watch
  • A pair of stud-type earrings (one in each ear lobe)
The school will not be accountable for any loss or damage to jewellery.
The support and co-operation of all parents in implementing this policy is greatly appreciated; it has been implemented with the health and safety of your child/ren in mind.