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School Uniform

Below is an outline of policies, regarding the appropriate dress code for pupils.  As well as other information parents may find useful.

If there are any queries regarding any of the points below, please do not hesitate to see the class teacher, or a member of the Senior Leadership Team:

Mrs. Lindquist (Headteacher)

Mr. Bennett (Deputy Headteacher)

Mrs. Evans (Leader of Learning Under 11)

Mrs. Williams (Leader of Learning Under 8)

We encourage children to wear uniform throughout the school day.


This includes:

  • Yellow polo shirt
  • Black sweatshirt with school logo
  • Grey/black trousers
  • Black shoes


Girls may also wear:

  • Grey/black skirts/pinafore dresses
  • Yellow gingham dress


Please ensure all your child's clothing is labelled with their name and class.


The uniform is available from the follow retailers:
Simply Logo, Vale Road, Rhyl.

Jean Emporium, Sussex Street, Rhyl.

1ST Class Uniform Kings Ave , Prestatyn


If support is needed in providing a uniform for your child

please visit the below website.




Physical Education is also an important part of our school curriculum, and we encourage pupils to change for PE for health, safety and hygiene reasons, can I please remind you to send your child in with full PE kit of black shorts, white t-shirt and trainers/pumps for their PE lessons.

Years 4, 5 and 6 also have swimming lessons at certain times of the year, we ask that girls do not wear bikinis, and boys swimming shorts must be above the knee.  A towel is also needed and a £1 towards the cost of the transport.


Children are not allowed to wear jewellery to school for safety reasons, however, if a child had pierced ears they may wear safety studs, one in each ear lobe.


Children should not bring toys into school, unless it is a Friday afternoon in Infants for 'golden time', or in Juniors for show and tell.  Please do not bring valuable toys as we cannot guarantee they will not be lost or broken.