A uniform creates a sense of belonging and gives us a clear identity to unite behind, which we can then promote pride in. This pride then helps to raise standards.
The staff and governors of the school believe that wearing a uniform helps to raise both standards in academic work and in behaviour and would ask for parents' support in this.
Our uniform colour is royal blue for sweatshirts/cardigans
Trousers, skirts, pinafore dresses or shorts should be grey or black
Blouses, shirts or polo shirts should be white or light blue
Blue gingham dresses may be worn in the summer
Black school shoes (training shoes are not acceptable)
No jewellery – only stud earrings
Children are permitted to wear a watch
Hair accessories should be royal blue to match the school colour
Make up, nail varnish and coloured hair are not permitted
Royal blue t-shirt
Royal blue shorts
Navy or royal blue tracksuits
Uniform can be purchased from: https://www.totalclothingshop.co.uk/farcet
Children not wearing uniform
The expectation from both staff and governors is that all children will wear the full uniform – both the main uniform and the PE uniform and adhere to the code on wearing jewellery. However, if your child is unable to wear uniform due to exceptional circumstances parents should contact the class teacher to let them know.
1. Children not wearing the main uniform will be reminded to do so by their teacher in the first instance.
2. If this re-occurs a letter will be sent home.
3. If this continues the parents will be asked to make an appointment with the Headteacher or Deputy Head.
4. Children not wearing the appropriate PE uniform may be provided with school owned kit to ensure that they are able to participate in the lesson.