Boys and girls should wear:
School jumper or cardigan, with logo.
Grey trousers, shorts or skirt.
White polo top.
White, black or grey socks or tights.
In the Summer (between spring half term and the Autumn half term), girls are welcome to wear a blue pinafore dress.
Grey or black shoes (not trainers or football boots).
Our school uniform can be ordered direct from our on line suppliers or second hand through our PTA.
Only one pair of simple stud earrings are allowed to be worn in school. Please do not allow your child to wear hooped or dangling earrings as these pose a risk to their safety. They must be removed by the child themselves for PE and swimming. We recommend children come to school without earrings in on swimming and PE days. If not, they must take them out and replace them themselves or use tape to cover them up.
The school uniform is compulsory for all children, except for when it is their birthday and on pre-agreed "mufti-days", when they can wear their own home clothes.
Your child will need their appropriate house T-shirt, blue or black shorts and trainers or plimsolls. In winter, it may be advisable to provide jogging trousers.
These should be held in a named kit bag.
Your child will be required to bring along a spare long sleeved top, spare trousers, along with a waterproof coat and wellies. You will be notified in advance of Woodland learning sessions but it really helpful if every child has a pair of named wellies in school for use as necessary.
what to pack
Please try not to overload your child with backpacks.
However they will need:
in summer they will need a hat (and already have sunblock on).
If they are taking part in a club they may also need a small back pack to hold their kit.
KS2 - Will need a healthy snack each day.
Please name your packed lunch-bag or box.
They will require a named waterbottle to leave in school.
All our children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2
are eligible for Univeral Infant Free School Meals, and a snack for their morning break.
All our meals are provided through Chartwells. Please visit their website for more information.
In order to book the meals use the link to Parent Pay below, using the log in details provided by the school. you can use the helpful guide if necessary.
Once your child is in KS2
they will no longer get free school meals, unless they qualify under the criteria listed here
Therefore, please be aware that if you would like to have school meals, for all or for specific days, then you will need to go to
Click the link below to find all the cut off times for ordering your child's school lunch to ensure they receive the meals they want.
You may also wish to provide your child with a healthy snack for their morning break ( a piece fruit or vegetables)
Our school milk is…
FREE for children under the age of five.
FREE to children receiving or entitled to free school meals*.
Subsidised for all other children in primary education.
If you child is 5 years old, or older and you would like them to benefit from milk at their morning break then you can order it through CoolMilk.
Parents' Letters & Forms
Please find below copies of the some of the general letters that have been sent out to all parents.
If the letter you are looking for is not here, please contact the school office.
Walk in village Permission
Withdrawal From Learning
Keeping track of school activities… forms to complete… woodland learning... breakfast clubs.... things to pay for… When it comes to your children’s education there’s so much to keep track of...
So how do you stay on top of it all, without driving yourself crazy?
IRIS ParentMail makes life just that little bit easier. With one single account you can receive information, complete forms and make payments to the school.
All parents will be registered with an account for each child. You can then access all this from a computer or download the free App.
Everything in one place; easy to find, sort and respond to.