We Uniform Policy
In common with other schools in North Down, we would like all children to wear the designated
school uniform and would ask you to help us achieve this aim. If for some reason your child cannot
wear the uniform, we would ask you to send a note to the class teacher. This will avoid embarrassment
for all concerned. The school uniform is:
We would request that hair colouring is kept to natural shades.
Please note: The school does not take or handle enquiries or orders for uniform.
Please contact the suppliers directly.
C Children may wish to wear a red and white striped school dress. (The striped dress is preferable;
however, should this be a problem red gingham is an option) or wear grey shorts.
(These can be purchased from the above suppliers and also most supermarkets).
School sweatshirt or a white cardigan and ankle socks can be worn with the dress.
P1 and P2
On PE days, children should come to school dressed for PE and will remain in their PE kit all day.
On PE days, children should come to school dressed for PE and will change into their school
uniform after PE sessions.
Primary 4, 5, 6 and 7
C Children will keep an indoor and outdoor kit in school (P4 – indoor only) and will change before
and after PE lessons. Children who wear tights to school will be required to change into socks.
Indoor - white polo shirt, black shorts, plimsolls
Outdoor - white polo shirt, black jogging bottoms, plain tracksuit top/spare school jumper & & trainers
We respectfully ask that any items of clothing worn for PE or after school activities do not bear any
labels: sports clubs, designers etc.
Ple Please also remember to tie long hair back and remove all items of jewellery (including earrings)
on PE days as due to Health and Safety requirements, we are not permitted to allow any child
wearing jewellery to take part in PE lessons.
P4 & P5 children also require a swimming kit.
Jewellery should not be worn to school as there is risk of loss. There is also a danger at
playtime and during PE for those wearing earrings. Earrings, if worn at all to school, should be
stud type only.