We expect all children to wear a school uniform. Our uniform is as follows:
Royal Blue sweatshirt or cardigan.
Dark grey trousers or skirt.
White polo shirt.
In summer girls can wear a blue summer dress and boys can wear grey shorts.
Children should wear sensible black shoes, not trainers.
Uniform sweatshirts and polo shirts with the school logo are available to buy from the school shop.
Children should not wear any jewellery to school, for reasons of Health and Safety; this is inline with the “LA Code of Practice on Jewellery in Schools.”
Watches may be worn, but must be removed for PE, and must be the responsibility of the child.
PE kit consists of black or navy shorts and white t-shirt. For outdoor PE, children are also allowed to wear black jogging bottoms and/or a yellow Eldon Grove hoody. All children should wear black plimsolls (white/brown soles). It would be helpful if children had a named bag to keep their footwear and PE kit in.
Your uniform requirements can be ordered online through our supplier 'Elizabeth's Embroidery'. Purchasing items online will allow parents to order at their convenience and be able to keep a track of orders placed and payments made. Items can be delivered to our school for collection if required or they can be collected from the supplier's premises in Stockton on Tees. Further information and details of how to log on to our supplier's website can be found in the attached letter below.
Please click link below to view Elizabeth's Embroidery website:
All uniform items (and coats) should be clearly labelled with your child's name or initials for ease of return should items be mislaid.
Unfortunately we cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to children's clothes or property.
If your child has lost or misplaced any item, as a first step, please raise this with any member of staff who is on duty in your child’s cloakroom at the beginning or end of the school day. Please note that the office staff can only take a message to pass onto your child’s teacher if you are unable to come into school. Your child’s teacher will then ensure you are informed of the outcome either personally, by telephone or via your child’s school journal.