Uniform with the school logo can be purchased from Top Stitch, 01884 259 050 but this is not compulsory.
The link to the website is https://www.top-stitch.co.uk/products/customer-shops/two-moors
Shirts Red or White polo top or shirts (with logo if you choose)
Jumper Red sweatshirt, fleece, jumper or cardigan (with logo if you choose)
Trousers/shorts Black or grey straight legged. Black or grey socks.
Skirts/dresses Black, grey or red & white check for summer. Black, white, grey or red socks or tights under dresses/skirts.
Shoes / Sandals Black shoes or plain black ankle boots.
Please provide an appropriate coat all year round.
Extreme hairstyles or hair colours are not permitted in school.
Hairbands and bows must be discreet.
Jewellery should be limited to one pair of stud earrings and a simple watch.
Nail varnish and make-up must not be worn in school.
PE Kit from Reception to Year 6
White t-shirt, black shorts, black plimsolls. A warm top for outdoor games lessons. These should be kept in a named PE bag on the child’s peg and only taken home for washing.
In the summer children need a one piece swimming costume or trunks, foot wear to walk to and from the pool such as flip flops and a large towel.
Devon County Council follows the national Health and Safety Policy, which prohibits the wearing of jewellery during P.E. or swimming. It is also a good idea for your child not to have their ears newly pierced just prior to a swimming season. The school will accept no responsibility for injury to a child when wearing jewellery.
It is also advisable not to bring cuddly toys or any other valuables to school, as children can be upset if they get lost or broken.
Forest School Kit from Reception to Year 4
Children will need to bring some clothes to change into on the days they have Forest School. These need to be suitable for the weather depending on the season. As they are in and around the school woodland area they will need long sleeved tops and long trousers as well as suitable footwear to change into. Wellington boots are great for most of the year unless it is really warm, though sandals and open toed shoes are not suitable because of the uneven ground. In winter they need a warm coat as well. During these activities they may be around the camp fire, using the rope swing, exploring the wood, playing in the mud kitchen or gardening in the school kitchen garden.