OUR SCHOOL UNIFORM
Our children are proud of their school family identity that the school uniform gives them so we are passionate about having one they can wear.
School uniform plays a valuable role in contributing to the ethos of the school and enables all children to feel a sense of belonging. It instils pride, supports positive behaviour and encourages unity with the school. Importantly, uniform can also protect children from social pressures to dress in a particular way. It also looks smart, something our children have told us is important to them.
Sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts and T-shirts are all available to purchase with the school emblem embroidered on them and are available to purchase from: B&H Midland, 1 Norman Way, Melton Mowbray, LE13 1JE. Tel: 01664 565666.
The range of items below gives you wider choices and you are free to purchase non-logo items of clothing, such as trousers, skirts, white polo shirts, from stockists of your own choice if you prefer a cheaper option. Similarly, we are happy for you to obtain jumpers or cardigans without the logo in the same red colour as those with a logo on.
Red sweatshirt or cardigan with or without the school logo.
White polo shirt with the school logo (or without) or white shirt/blouse.
Black or dark grey trousers/shorts.
Black or dark grey pinafore or skirt.
Red and white checked dress.
Black school shoes.
Red t-shirt with or without the school logo.
Black joggers for colder days.
Red sweatshirt / hoodie.
Plimsolls/trainers for indoors.
Trainers for outdoors.
Draw string bag.
For some clubs/lessons your child may require football boots, shin pads and mouth guards for enhancing health and safety; parents are advised when details of clubs are released.
Swimming Kit (Year 3-6)
Swimming costume (one-piece) or trunks (no swim shorts).
2 towels: one to dry body and hair; one to stand on.
Waterproof swimming bag.
Book bags are also available from B&H Midland.
School shoes should be sensible black; no trainers, strappy or open toed sandals or croc sandals allowed due to health and safety in school and on the playground.
Please help us by clearly labelling all your child’s clothes and other school items. It is very difficult to identify items that look the same. We are always very sad that bags of lost clothes are never claimed – it is such a waste of parents’ money and resources.
Help to purchase school uniforms
We recognise that the cost of uniform can be too expensive for some parents so we encourage you to let us know, as we may have a selection of second-hand items that have been donated. Alternatively, there are a number of websites who offer grants to support with purchasing uniform, for example: