All children are expected to wear academy uniform at all times. Uniform can be purchased online from

We also host a “Uniform Swap Shop” – see below for more information.

The uniform for children in Nursery to Year 5 consists of: Royal blue V-neck jumper, cardigan or sweatshirt (with or without logo) Grey or black trousers/skirt White polo shirt, shirt or blouse. In warmer weather, children can also wear: Blue gingham checked summer dress, Grey or black shorts.

The uniform for children in Year 6 consists of: Royal blue V-neck jumper, cardigan or sweatshirt (with or without logo) Tie (provided by the academy) White shirt or blouse Grey or black trousers/skirt In warmer weather, children in Year 6 can also wear: Blue gingham checked summer dress (without tie) Grey or black shorts.

All children will be given one free sweatshirt at the start of the school year. Children in Year 6 will be provided with one free sweatshirt and one clip-on tie.

Please ensure you label all school uniform and equipment, including coats, with your child’s name and class. The academy accepts no responsibility for lost items of clothing.

This year, in September, all children from Year 1 to 6 have been provided with a pair of black shorts, plain white logo T shirt and kit bag at the start of the school year. Indoor PE is done in bare feet or school plimsolls. To order new PE uniform or replace the current kit, please visit the Uniform website as above.

For outdoor PE, children may wear black jogging bottoms and a long sleeved t-shirt or their school sweatshirt/cardigan.

Children must bring trainers to participate in outdoor PE – these are not provided by the academy and if children do not bring the correct footwear it may not be possible for them to participate.


Uniform Swap Shop

Our Uniform Swap Shop is available all year round from Reception. We provide uniform items for all ages, washed and ironed by our lovely staff! All we ask is that for each item you take, you donate a piece of clothing that can then be added for another family. See your child’s class teacher for more information. 

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