Before you go out and buy uniform items for your child, please note that we have a range of good quality second-hand items available for 50p each.
The only two uniform items we ask that our pupils have which display the school logo are the Book Bag and the school sweatshirt.
FOUNDATION STAGE 1 (Nursery) UNIFORM
Boys & Girls - Navy jogging bottoms, a white or navy t-shirt and School navy blue sweatshirt (see link below).
Navy blue shorts or leggings may be worn in the Summer.
Footwear needs to be sturdy, waterproof and appropriate for running and climbing, preferably with Velcro fasteners.
NO Crocs or flip flops please.
Throughout each session, the children are able to choose between playing inside or outside. We play outside in the sun, rain and snow so we just ask that you try to make sure your child has everything they need, whatever the weather.
In the summer this will mean wearing a sun hat and having had sun cream applied before they come to nursery.
In the winter this will mean wearing a warm coat, hat, scarf and gloves or mittens. If it is raining, your child might like to wear wellington boots too.
At nursery, children have daily opportunities to play with water, paint, clay and other materials as this is a very important part of their learning. We encourage all children to wear aprons but occasionally they may still get a little messy. Please send your child to nursery with a spare set of clothes in a named bag which will go on their peg so that if and when they get wet, we can change them immediately.
Each child needs to have one of our Book Bags which can be purchased through the school office and a water bottle with a pull-up top. These can also be purchased from the school office.
For health & safety reasons, long hair should always be tied back and NO jewellery should be worn by the children at any time. Children with pierced ears may, however, wear very small studs.
PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING YOUR CHILD BRINGS TO SCHOOL IS CLEARLY NAMED.
The school sweatshirt can be purchased from Goyals in Maidenhead.