We are trying to encourage children to wear a school tie so please note that this is the preferred school uniform we would like to see in school rather than a polo shirt.
Uniform is available from Khalids in Morley and local shops at Middleton District Centre.
Parents are encouraged to provide their children with the following school uniform:
Extreme hairstyles are discouraged
Grey / Black skirt / pinafore / tailored trousers
White or blue blouse or polo shirt
Maroon cardigan, jumper or sweatshirt.
Pink or red and white check/stripe dress for Summer use only
Pumps or indoor shoes
Grey / Black tailored trousers
White or blue shirt or polo shirt
Maroon jumper or sweatshirt
Pumps / indoor shoes
School tie £3.00 for elastic £3.50 for full length
Book bag / PE bag £5.00 each (all available from the school office but must be paid for online prior to collection.)
Please note that the satchel book bags that can be purchased from other outlets do not fit into our book bag trays therefore can we ask that you only purchase the bags that are available in school.
Plain white t-shirt
Navy / black shorts/skirt
Plain coloured leotard
Year 4 Swimming Kit
Girls – one piece plain, dark coloured swimming costume and towel.
Boys – plain swimming trunks (not Bermuda shorts) and towel.
All items of clothing, pumps, and pump bag must be clearly marked with your child’s name. Your child is encouraged to have a responsible attitude to all equipment used in school, respecting their own and other people’s possessions.
Named clothes can easily be returned to their owner. Unnamed clothes are kept for a short while then disposed of. If your child loses an item of clothing, please come and look for it. It is usually found.
Children should not wear jewellery at school. For safety reasons earrings are discouraged, but studs or small sleepers may be worn. All jewellery including watches must be removed during P.E. lessons. Jewellery gets in the way of play activities. Rings, necklaces, chains, bracelets etc. can get caught on equipment or another child and hurt the child.The Governors, school staff and the Local Authority accept no responsibility for accidents where this rule is ignored.