Reception and Key Stages 1 and 2
Our school uniform is a combination of red and grey. Although the wearing of uniform is not compulsory the great majority of families have adopted it and the children do look very smart. The uniform is ordered using our uniform website:
St. Georges Uniform Website
Please name all items of clothing.
Boys: Grey trousers, red top or pullover, white, red or grey shirt
Girls: Grey skirt, pinafore or trousers, red top, white, red or grey blouse.
In summer – red gingham or striped dress.
PE & Games: red vest or T-shirt, black shorts, trainers or pumps.
Tracksuits or similar are a useful addition for outside PE sessions and may be kept in school in a PE bag.
Book bags bearing St George’s logo are available for purchase to protect books carried from school to home.
Parents may wish to pass to the office any items of uniform that are unwanted or outgrown. These are sold to parents at low prices to raise additional income for school funds.
The Nursery is really a workshop. The clothing you or your child chooses to put on makes a great difference to your child’s nursery day and they shouldn’t have to worry about it!
Are their clothes easy to put on and off? Rushing to the loo and then realising you’ve got a leotard, dungarees and a sweater on is traumatic for all of us! They will spend much of their time outside in all weathers so please provide them with suitable outer clothing. We provide aprons but accidents happen when children are being creative so please expect them to come home dirty.
The Forest School motto is ‘There’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing!’ We go to Forest School in all weathers. Lots of layers, waterproof trousers and coats, and really warm footwear are the best thing. Our experience tells us that unless Wellingtons are thermally lined, stout shoes/trainers and two or three pairs of warm socks are best. Nothing is more miserable than being cold.