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School Wear

The wearing of school uniform is compulsory and supported by the Parent Partnership and the vast majority of parents. I believe it fosters a positive attitude to school.

The uniform comprises of grey/purple sweatshirts, grey trousers or skirts and a white shirt or blouse.  Purple or grey sweatshirts and white polo shirts with the school emblem are available and can be purchased from the School Office.  The school also has a grey/purple tie which is also available from the School Office.

The cost of uniform will change, however at present:-

Jumpers range from £6.50 - £8.50

T-Shirts range from £3.50 - £6.00

Polo Shirts range from £5.00 - £6.00

Please ensure all items are labelled including school bags, lunchboxes and bottles.

For P.E., shorts, t-shirts and gym shoes are worn.  Outdoor PE consists of jogging trousers, t-shirts, outdoor trainers and showerproof jacket.  Football shorts/shirts are not permitted.

Clothing Grants

Clothing grants are also available to parents who receive the following benefits;

  • Income Support;
  • Income Based Jobseeker’s Allowance;
  • Any income related element of Employment and Support Allowance;
  • Child Tax Credit, who do not receive a Working Tax Credit and who have an annual income (as assessed by the Inland Revenue) of below £16,040;
  • Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit with an annual income below the threshold for receipt of maximum Working Tax Credit, currently set by the UK Government at £6,420;
  • Guaranteed Pension Credit;
  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999.

Application forms are available from school and the payments section of The Moray Council.

If you are between 16 and 18 years old and receive any of these benefits in your own right, you can apply for a free clothing grant for yourself.