Red sweatshirt with or without school logo.  PLAIN white polo shirt, grey or black trousers - not tracksuit or jogging bottoms.

Red sweatshirt or cardigan with or without school logo.   Grey or black skirt or trousers - not tracksuit or jogging bottoms.
PLAIN white polo shirt with our without school logo or PLAIN white blouse. Alternatively, in summer, a red and white striped/checked gingham DRESS.

PLAIN white, black or grey socks.  Grey, black or red tights are acceptable.    Multi-coloured/striped/bowed socks or tights are not acceptable. 

Sensible, low-heeled BLACK shoes not trainers.  Trainers are suitable to be changed into for outdoor PE/games, but not for everyday general wear.

Suitable, sturdy BLACK boots may be worn in winter. If suitable footwear is not worn, children will be asked to change into black pumps during the day.

During hot, sunny weather we request that children bring a hat to school for health and safety reasons.

A school book bag is recommended (or similar). No rucksacks please, due to limited space.

PE Equipment
Named PE bag with drawstring top (no rucksacks) containing:

- School PE T-shirt (your child's first house coloured t-shirt will be given free of charge) 

- Plain coloured shorts 

- Pumps (elasticated tops are best) 

- Trainers for outdoor games (only in KS2)

- In KS2, a tracksuit/jogging bottoms are acceptable for outdoor PE

Swimming Kit 
Trunks or costume (KS2 only). Swimming goggles are not recommended, but may be worn with signed parent permission. Pupils with long hair will be requested to wear a swimming cap.

All of the above should be clearly marked with your child’s name.

In the interests of safety, it is a national requirement that children must remove all jewellery and other personal effects before PE lessons, including swimming. The National Curriculum requires all children to participate in PE, and also to understand rules about safety including reasons why jewellery should not be worn. 

Any children wearing earrings, including stud earrings, must be able to remove them, as teaches are not permitted to assist. In the light of this advice, may we ask you to cooperate with us by not sending your child to school wearing jewellery, especially items that he or she cannot remove. 

Earrings, if worn during the school day, must be stud earrings only — hoops or earrings that dangle are a hazard. If you are allowing your child to have their ears pierced, may we respectfully advise that is done at the beginning of the six week summer break.

How to buy school uniform....

Uniform & Leisure Company

Uniform can be purchased from Uniform & Leisure who have a shop in Lancaster and Morecambe.  Both shops carry a stock of uniform, we would suggest calling in advance to check availability.  Items can also be purchased online by clicking HERE and can be collected at either shop or delivered to your home address for a small charge.

Please note, PE t-shirts will be given free of charge to your child (1st t-shirt free only) and will be coloured depending on which HOUSE they are in.  You will only need to purchase one when they grow out of it or lose it.  





School does have a small stock of uniform on sale at this year's prices.  We have most items in school other than 26" & 28" jumpers and 26" polo shirts.  Please speak to the school office to check availability.  Stock will be sold off on a first come first served basis.

For your convenience, school will continue to stock book bags, sun hats & water bottles.

Personalised Name Stamps

The "Friends" have joined a scheme to make labelling uniform quicker and easier by simply using a named stamper 'so no sewing needed' and raise money for school at the same time!   For more details please click HERE and use code “LA12JH” at checkout for any purchases.

How to buy school uniform....


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The staff have been so supportive of my child with Special Educational Needs. They are amazing and it makes me confident that my daughter is well looked after and if she has any problems they will help.

Parent of a child with SEND

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Prospective Parent

Teachers are very helpful, friendly and approachable

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