"Pupils' behaviour is good. They feel safe, are well looked after by staff and enjoy school. "
Ofsted

Uniform

 Clothing & Personal Items 

Our school Uniform is stocked by *Best Look in Dunstable.

Nursery and Reception – please refer to the “Organisation” section towards  the front of the Prospectus.

Years 1 – 6

BOYS:

  • Plain grey trousers
  • Plain white shirt
  • School tie
  • Plain (unpatterned) navy blue ‘V’ necked pullover (with logo)
  • Sensible outdoor shoes (not boots as these do not fit on the  shoe racks)
  • Navy blue P.E. shorts
  • T-shirt in house colours (Matthew Blue, Mark Red, Luke Yellow, John Green)
  • FLAT SOLED indoor shoes (black plimsolls – no shoes with treads)
  • Old adult size T-shirt or shirt for messy activities
  • Socks must be dark i.e. navy/grey/black

GIRLS:

  • Plain grey tunic/skirt or trousers
  • Plain white blouse (shirt style)
  • School tie
  • Plain (unpatterned navy blue ‘V’ necked pullover or cardigan (with logo)
  • Sensible outdoor shoes (not boots as these do not fit on the shoe racks)
  • Navy blue P.E. shorts
  • T-shirt in house colours (as boys above)
  • FLAT SOLED indoor shoes (black plimsolls – no shoes with treads)
  • Old adult size T-shirt or shirt for messy activities
  • Socks, tights and hair decorations* must be in school colours – navy/white/grey

 

KS2
  • Navy Blue track suit for outdoor activities and suitable outdoor footwear
  • Each child needs a BOOKBAG and a DRAWSTRING BAG in which to keep P.E. kit and T-shirt or shirt for messy activities.  Anything larger encroaches on other children’s peg space.  Only Y5 & Y6 may use the blue backpack, as they have lockers.
  • In the summer girls may wear light-blue and white check dresses and for the second half of the term, when the weather is warmer, the boys wear a white *polo shirt with the school logo.

All items of clothing, together with anything else the child brings to school, should be clearly marked with their name.  The school does not accept any responsibility for the children’s belongings so the children are not allowed to bring money, toys or jewellery into school unless for a specific purpose.