School uniform gives children a sense of belonging and encourages them to have a pride in their school.
|Grey pinafore or dress||Grey pinafore or dress||Black shorts|
|Grey skirt, trousers or shorts||Grey skirt, trousers or shorts|
|White polo shirt||White shirt with black & yellow striped tie||Yellow T-shirt|
|Black sweatshirt||Black sweatshirt||Black pump bag|
|Black cardigan||Black cardigan|
|Yellow checked dress||Yellow checked dress|
|Black shoes||Black shoes||Black pumps|
|** Pump bags to be left at school during term-time|
The above items can all be obtained from the usual department stores as well as the School Uniform Supplier – M. Warren & Co., which is a local company based at Unit 38, Chadkirk Business Park, Vale Road, Romiley. Orders for items can be made through the M Warren & Co online store or by direct visits to the premises.
Please make sure that all items of clothing carry your child’s name.
Can my child wear jewellery?
We do not encourage the wearing of jewellery at school other than a watch. Please do not send your child to school with an expensive watch as the school is not able to take responsibility for it.
If your child has pierced ears, please make sure that he/she wears small studs rather than hoop earrings. Earrings must be removed by the child for P.E., games and swimming. If you are thinking of having your child’s ears pierced then the start of the summer break is a good time as this allows the piercings to heal.
Can my child take a mobile phone to school?
Mobile phones are strongly discouraged as they are considered unnecessary and potentially disruptive in school. In special circumstances, and with the Head Teacher’s consent, mobile phones can be brought to school but they must be handed in at the School Office, where they are safely stored, at the start of the day and collected at the end of the school day.
Meals / Lunchtime
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Children can either stay for a cooked school lunch or bring their own packed lunch. All school meals are in line with the government’s standards for school lunches. Should your child be absent from school, a credit is given the following week for the dinner(s) he/she has missed. In the case of children being absent from school at the beginning of the week, dinner money is due on their day of return to school.
School meals cannot be supplied to a child unless payment has been received first. Payment should be made through the cashless and convenient Parentpay system. Please contact our School Business Manager, Kym Rollason, who can set you up with a Parentpay account.
If you are receiving Income Support, Job Seekers Allowance or Child Tax Credit then your child may be entitled to receive free school meals. School Office staff will be able to help you in confidence.
We achieved National Healthy School status and as such we expect all our children to eat a healthy snack; free fruit and vegetables are provided for our KS1 children at morning break and we ask that KS2 children bring fruit or vegetables only for their snack.