Uniform & Property (school, personal and lost)
Our uniform suppliers are as follows:
Cross Embroidery please visit their shop at Unit 5-6 Lower Cherwell Street, Banbury. Tel No. 01295 270555 or view online at
You can view and place an order online by using the email contact on their website and pay upon collection of the items from Unit 5-6 Lower Cherwell Street, Banbury.
My Clothing To order from them, visit:
The School receives 5% of all orders. This is an online service only with home delivery at a charge of £3 (orders cannot be delivered to school).
School uniform is extremely important. We believe it provides a strong sense of belonging, instills pride in our school and promotes positive attitudes towards learning. With this in mind, children are expected to wear our school uniform including shoes. Trainers should only be worn for PE or at playtime. All School uniform should be clearly labelled.
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Extremes of hair styles or fashion will not be acceptable in school. These will include tramlines and unnatural hair colourings including two (or more) tone hair colouring.
Children should not wear jewellery in school except for earrings for 6 weeks following newly pierced ears, these should have tape on them during P.E and only small studs will be allowed. If they do, then it is at parent's own risk and the school will not take responsibility for injury or loss.
The governors and staff support the Government’s initiative to ensure all children achieve a healthy lifestyle. We place a strong emphasis on providing a minimum of two hours high quality PE a week. Please ensure your child’s PE kit is readily available in school so as not to jeopardise their full entitlement. Up to two reminder letters will be sent home.
NO jewellery, other than watches and small flat earrings, may be worn at school, and these MUST be removed for all Physical Education lessons.
School property & book replacement charges
Children are encouraged to take great care of all belongings, especially those that belong to other people or to the school. When pupils return damaged reading books or lose copies, it results in the school having to pay to replace them. Sadly, in this current funding era, we have to pass the charges onto the parents. Please ensure your children carry books and drinks separately so they do not incur water damage from accidental leaks (this is a major factor in having to destroy books no longer fit for other pupils to read). Lost school equipment and resources will have to be paid for. In the case of a loss, letters explaining the issue with books will be sent out to parents and the cost specified.
In each area of the school there are lost property boxes/bins. Items in them will be put on display in the playground each Friday afternoon and you are welcome to check through them (inside near the Year 4 classes if it is wet). Lost property will only be kept for half a term. It will then be donated to the charity shop in the village so please encourage your child to take responsibility for their belongings. If items are clearly named/labelled then they can be easily returned to their owners.
Money and mobiles
It should not be necessary for children to have money at school. If they need to bring money for a trip or similar event, it should be brought in an envelope with the amount and the child's name on it, and given straight to the class teacher. Any money, watches etc. found on the premises are taken to the school office, and unclaimed cash is given to charity.
Mobile phones should be handed into the office at the beginning of the day and collected at the end of school.