Gold polo shirt
Blue sweatshirt/cardigan/hoody with school logo
Blue and white checked Summer dress or grey shorts
Matching blue jogging bottoms may be worn as an alternative to the grey skirt and grey trousers.
Governors have made uniform a policy for the school, and many parents find it convenient for their children to wear the uniform daily. However, there is flexibility and the school understands that it is not always possible for children to wear uniform.
Pupils are expected to be dressed appropriately when representing the school at special ceremonies and public performances.
Uniform is available from, Sportscene or Mamselle in Morriston.
As with all personal property it is strongly advised that all articles of clothing should be clearly marked or labelled with the name of the owner, as the school cannot accept responsibility for the loss of such items.
As indicated in the Sport section children are expected to change into suitable clothing for P.E. and Games.
For safety reasons jewellery is best left at home. If jewellery does constitute a risk, pupils will be asked to remove it especially during P.E. or Games lessons. Watches are worn at the child’s own risk.