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Mufti for Children in Need raised £387. Well Done and THANKS! ++++++++ ALL DIFFERENT ALL EQUAL+++++ Celebrating what makes us unique, ensuring that we can be ourselves in an environment that is safe and free from fear of bullying +++ This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Uniform List

We feel that wearing school uniform is an important factor in maintaining high standards and helping children to develop a corporate feeling and sense of pride and belonging in themselves and in their school. We, therefore, ask parents to co-operate by sending children to school in uniform, making sure that every item is clearly marked with the child’s name It concerns us that we have coats, jumpers, hundreds of ties that are lost, un-named and never claimed.

 

Children should be sent to school with sensible hairstyles. No child should attend school with dyed/colour sprayed hair or with shaved “patterns”. Pupils should have neat hairstyles, with long hair tied back and held with a plain elastic hair band in a single pony tail, bunches or plait(s). Hair ornaments, elaborate hair bands or decorations are not permitted.

 

Please read our uniform code below. Thank you.

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