School uniform

We have a school uniform; this not only looks very smart, but also promotes a positive image of the school.

Please ensure that ALL items of school clothing are named – this enables us to return items quickly and easily!

Our School Uniform:

  • School/plain navy blue sweatshirt
  • Light blue shirt/polo shirt
  • Black shoes (plain with no logos) suitable for school
  • Light blue blouse/polo shirt
  • Skirt / pinafore dress or trousers – grey/black
  • Black shoes (plain with no logos) suitable for school

The code of dress may be modified to incorporate ethnic/religious groups.
Leggings / jeans are not allowed.

Our school uniform is available to be purchased from Steady School and Sports Wear – Please click the link below:-


The school will be providing the PE kit for all children in the school.
This Kit will be kept at school and washed regularly.
However you will need to provide the footwear.

Shoes or trainers

Gymnastics and dance should be done in bare feet

Ear rings must be covered up or removed and long hair tied back

Children who do not have appropriate footwear will not be able to participate


The school policy is that jewellery, except for stud earrings and watches, should not be worn at school

No makeup or nail varnish should be worn


Book bags will be given to the children in September.

Due to limited amount of storage space, children should only bring their book bags, PE kits and packed lunches. We do not have the facilities to store other larger bags and these quickly become a health and safety hazard if they are brought into school.

My favourite lesson at school is English. I can let my imagination run wild!

Year 6 Pupil

I love doing sports at Griffin. It keeps me fit and healthy!

Year 6 Pupil

I like school because we do lots of fun activities!

Year 4 Pupil

The best thing about school is seeing my friends and the teachers.

Year 4 Pupil

It is really easy to make new friends. That is an amazing thing about this School!

Year 6 Pupil

I love doing our Thursday activities. They’re fun and teach me something new.

Year 6 Pupil