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School Clothing

The Governors ask for your help in maintaining our dress code.

Children are expected to wear clothes in the school colours, i.e.

sweatshirts/jumpers/cardigans  navy
blouses/collared shirts (including polo shirts)   white

shorts/trousers/skirts/pinafore dresses    -  grey/navy (not jeans, tracksuits or sports wear)
dark leggings/tights may be worn in cold weather  – grey/navy
blue/white gingham school dresses may be worn in summer
shoes (with low heels, not trainers)   dark colours
sandals in summer  - dark colours

(children may change into trainers at playtimes if they wish)


We expect children (boys/girls) to have their hair tied back (when long enough) at all times.


All our school uniform is available from the Uniform Direct shop in Grimsby or via their website.

Music Tuition

We have peripatetic music teachers coming into school to give lessons on the following instruments:-




Please contact the school office for further information.

Clothing for P.E. and Games

Children should have a complete change of clothes including footwear.



These clothes should be kept in a small bag and kept in school for the week so that they are always available.

·      dark shorts/P.E.  and white t-shirt

·      plimsolls (trainers cannot be worn for certain activities e.g. gymnastics, as they are not suitable for work on the apparatus)



Games kit for Key Stage 2 pupils

·      Dark shorts, school sports shirt, trainers

    (tracksuits and sweatshirts may be worn in cold weather)

Games kit for F.S. and KS1 pupils: If, in warm weather, younger children go out, they can wear their indoor kit but they may need trainers for after-school clubs.



These are used to take reading books and letters home and can be obtained from  Uniform Direct.



Lost Property


All clothing and footwear should be clearly marked with the child's name. 

Most lost property is kept in a ‘Lost Property’ box in the hall and the KS1 cloakroom. 

Valuable items will be kept in the office.

Children are responsible for the security of their possessions.  Any valuable or precious items brought in should be given to class teachers for safe keeping