As part of the policy and Practice of our school, all children are expected to wear school uniform.
There are many reasons for the governors adopting a uniform dress code:
School uniform can be purchased from Y.C. Sports clothing store, 90 Crwys Road, Cathays, Cardiff.
Book bags are available from school. Enquiries should be made to the School Admin Clerk. The wearing of school uniform is compulsory.
Pale blue school polo shirt, navy shorts, or long navy trousers. Black shoes or black trainers. Navy school sweatshirt with school logo.
Pale blue school polo shirt, navy gymslip, navy skirt, school sweatshirt, school cardigan, long navy trousers, navy tights and black shoes or black trainers.
As above with the additional option of a white and blue checked dress.
Apart from the Reception pupils, all children must wear suitable clothing for indoor and outdoor physical education lessons.
A full Kit and Kit bag with the school Logo is available from YC Sports at a very reasonable price.
For PE / dance lessons children should wear white polo or T. Shirt with black or navy elasticated waist shorts/ cycle shorts.
For outdoor games, if it is cold children can wear plain tracksuit jogging bottoms and plain sweatshirt. In addition, some sort of cloth tie bag will be needed in which to store this kit. Please ensure that all kit is clearly marked with the child’s name.
All children will need suitable clothing and footwear for games lessons organised on the playgrounds or the school fields.
Please note no kit with logos/ writing will be allowed.
As is appropriate with any uniform, hair should be kept neat and well styled with no extreme styles. It should be kept clear of the face and eyes, and if it is long, for reasons of Health & safety, hair must be tied back.
Children's Clothing and Property
Please ensure that all items of clothing and property (e.g. plastic flasks) are clearly labelled with the child's name. Whilst the school strongly encourages children to take responsibility and will within reason ensure that items are not mislaid, the staff at the school cannot be held responsible for your child’s belongings.