We are very keen for our pupils to look smart and be proud of belonging to this school and we encourage the wearing of school uniform.

The school’s correct uniform is:


  • Grey skirt/pinafore or trousers
  • Navy cardigan/sweatshirt with school logo
  • Red polo shirt with school logo
  • Dark coloured flat shoes
  • Red and white gingham dress for the summer months
  • Socks – White, Grey or Navy
  • Tights – Navy, Red or Grey (plain no patterns)


  • Grey trousers
  • Navy sweatshirt with school logo
  • Red polo shirt with school logo
  • Dark coloured shoes
  • Grey shorts for the summer months
  • Socks – Plain dark colours


  • Black shorts or joggers
  • T-shirt in house colour with school logo
  • Black/house colour sweatshirt or tracksuit jacket

All items available are embroidered with the either school logo or name except for the sports shorts.

Uniform can be purchased from:

Taunton Uniforms, 144B East Reach, Taunton, TA1 3HT
Telephone: 01823 278 080
Website: www.tauntonuniforms.co.uk
Opening times are Mon – Sat 9am – 5pm, parking is available at the rear of the shop.


As our cloakroom space is limited there are no facilities to store large sports bags or rucksacks. A drawstring bag is the most suitable way to store sports uniforms. We suggest it is brought into school on Monday and then kept in school until Friday when you may want to wash it over the weekend. Currently the pupils wear their sports uniforms to school on Mondays as they all do PE with our sports coach, but still need kit in school on other days too.

There are no facilities for boys and girls to change separately. Therefore it is important to wear appropriate underwear on P.E. days.


The wearing of any jewellery is not permitted for safety reasons, with the exception of small studs for a child with pierced ears. Watches may be worn at the owner’s risk but please try to name watches with at least the owner’s initials.
Please note we do not consider the wearing of make-up or nail polish appropriate for primary age children.

We also suggest that pupils do not bring any expensive toys or games to school with them and anything they do bring is at their own risk.

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