School Uniform

Following a consultation process with parents, the board of Governors agreed that school uniform should be made compulsory. This forms part of the Home-School Agreement. The school uniform consists of royal blue sweatshirt with the school motif, white polo shirts, also with the school motif if desired, grey skirt or dresses and grey trousers. Children in Key Stage 2 may wear a white button up shirt. During the summer term pale blue and white checked dresses or knee length grey shorts can be worn.
School Uniform

Black school shoes should be worn at all times and Foundation children should have Velcro fastenings on their shoes in order to enable children to dress independently.

Shoes with laces should only be worn by children when the child can tie shoe laces without any help.

All school uniform items, except shoes, are available from Identity School Outfitters in Cavendish Street, Barrow-in-Furness. School fleeces, bags and PE bags are also available.

School uniform can of course be purchased at different outlets throughout the local area.

We also operate a “new to you” uniform shop where Parents can buy good quality second hand uniform from school.

We would prefer it if nail varnish is not worn in School.