Our Parent's handbook is given to all new starters in Reception each September and to all in-year joiners.
Please click here for the most up to date copy.
* Uniform is purchased through our supplier, Price and Buckland. Everything else can be purchased from High Street shops and supermarkets.
|Trousers/Shorts - charcoal grey||Skirt/pinafore dress/culottes - charcoal grey|
|Hamsey Green sweatshirt or cardigan - bottle green with logo*||Polo shirt (long or short sleeved) - white|
|Socks - grey, black or white, no logos||Summer dress/playsuit - green/white striped or checked (Summer term)|
|Tights - black or grey||Shoes - plain black sensible shoes, closed toe, velcro or buckle fastenings; no logo|
|School bookbag - bottle green with logo * (Reception, Year 1 & Year 2)||School sun hat - bottle green with logo*|
|Polo shirt - plain sky blue||PE shorts - bottle green*|
|Tracksuit bottoms/leggings - black, no logos||Plimsolls or clean trainers (for indoor PE) - black **|
|Trainers (for outdoor PE) - plain black or white, no logos **||School PE kit bag|
|When swimming - all items to be in a bag|
|One piece swimming costume/swim shorts (not Bermuda style)|
Earrings: If ears are pierced, only studs are allowed, for health and safety reasons. No jewellery, including studs are to be work during PE, including swimming.
Hair: Any hair longer than shoulder length, must be tied back using a hair tie coloured green, white or black of a sensible size. We do not permit extreme hairstyles, dyed hair with shavings or markings.
*These items can be purchased from our supplier Price & Buckland.
** Velcro fastening may be easier for younger children.
Please contact the school office at email@example.com if you have any queries.
Ready to Learn Every Day - short guides for parents
Please take a look at the very informative short guides for parents produced by NAHT and Family Action, these include;
"Getting the most out of school", "Speaking and Listening", "Online Safety", "Independence & Responsibility", "Your child's wellbeing", "Preparing for change at school", "Giving your child a helping hand"