School Uniform

Our school has a set uniform, which we expect all children to wear every day. If it isn’t possible for a child to wear the school uniform one day, please speak to their class teacher or the School Office about the reason.


School uniform is a red sweatshirt, cardigan or jumper, a white shirt or polo shirt, and black trousers or skirt or pinafore or dress. In the summer a white polo shirt or red gingham dress is acceptable.


Logo’d sweatshirts, and other logo’d uniform, are available directly from our suppliers:

The Uniform and Leisurewear Company have a shop on Common Garden Street in Lancaster, which will sell our full uniform range from Autumn 2017 onward.

Contact them on: Uniform and Leisurewear, 15 Common Garden Street, Lancaster, Lancs, LA1 1XD. United Kingdom (Great Britain), 01524 388355, 9am till 5pm Monday to Friday.


Children should wear appropriate footwear, which supports and protects their feet both in the classroom and while playing outdoors. Black school shoes or black trainers are acceptable, but flip-flops, high heels, football boots and so on should be avoided.


Your child will need a coat at school every day. We do try to get the children out for a run around, even if it is raining.


P.E. Kit 

Reception, Year 1 and Year 3 boys and girls – pumps, shorts and T-shirt

Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 boys and girls – pumps, shorts and T-shirt for indoor P.E., and trainers and jumper or tracksuit for outdoor P.E. Football boots are useful.

Logo’d P.E. kit is optional. If desired, it can be ordered directly from our suppliers, listed above.


Book Bags

Families can order bookbags from our suppliers, listed above.


Please put your child’s name on everything as it is very hard to re-unite lost property with its owner.


Families who would like support with school uniform may wish to contact:
• The Uniform Project (which is run by Morecambe Bay Food Bank) on +44 (0)7591 763130, +44 (0)1524 874004, or
• Lancashire County Council’s North Area Pupil Access Team on 01524 581 148 or



We’d prefer children not to wear earrings, but if they do…
It must be no more than one stud (not hoops or hooks) in each ear lobe.
The child must be able to remove them themselves for swimming and PE lessons.
In the first six weeks children must be able to cover their studs with plasters (brought from home) for swimming and PE lessons.
It’s best to have piercing done in the Summer Holidays.