School Uniform – Gwisg Ysgol

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The wearing of school uniform is actively encouraged throughout the school, and can help the children feel a sense of belonging and a part of the larger school community.
The school uniform consists of a navy school sweatshirt, golden yellow polo shirt and navy trousers/joggers or skirt/pinafore. During the summer blue gingham dresses, or navy shorts with a school polo shirt can also be worn. Uniform will be available from the school office during school hours.
The uniform is deliberately chosen to be hardwearing and practical – children are encouraged to explore and to play freely. As a result their clothes need to be suitable for the purpose – designer clothing or items that do not wash well should not be worn, clothing with difficult buckles or fastenings will hinder children who are learning to dress themselves. Shoes with heels or open-toed sandals are not appropriate for children using outdoor equipment and can be dangerous.
In addition parents are asked to remember that their children will have outdoor playtimes all through the year and should make sure that children have appropriate outer wear. During the colder months children should always have a warm coat in school, with a hat and gloves if necessary. During the summer children are likely to spend a lot of time outside and should never come to school wearing clothes that could expose delicate areas of skin to the sun, for example vest tops, strappy dresses etc. Children should also be provided with a suitable sun hat to protect their heads.
Please make sure your child is suitably dressed and that all clothes are labelled clearly with your child’s name.


All of the children will be very active during their time spent in school and as such wearing jewellery is discouraged. Small studs may be worn but please do not allow your child to wear hooped or ‘dangly’ earrings, bracelets, necklaces or rings to school. Staff will not be responsible for any losses or for any accidents that occur due to the wearing of jewellery to school.
All jewellery should be removed for PE lessons. ​​​