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School Office

The school office is open from 08:40 until 4:30pm, Monday to Thursday and 08:40 to 3:30pm on Fridays.  If your child is absent from school please telephone the school and send in a letter with your child on their return.  Children arriving after 9.00am need to be signed in at Reception and should walk to class independently.





Dark grey trousers or shorts               Grey skirt, pinafore dress or trousers, navy or grey tights/white socks
Pale blue polo shirt with school badgePale blue polo shirt with school badge
Navy sweatshirt with school badgeBlue and white check dress (summer)
 Navy cardigan with school badge
Black shoes (no trainers)Black shoes (no trainers or open toe sandals)


P.E kit: Navy shorts and white polo top with plimsolls or trainers. Navy tracksuit bottoms or fleeces may be worn in cold weather. Each child needs a named shoe bag which can easily be hung on coat pegs.


Jewellery and Hair: Jewellery is not permitted with the exception of small stud earrings for girls. The school cannot be held liable for its loss or damage. Hair should be neat and tidy. Long hair should be tied back at all times.


In the interest of Health and Safety, hair should be neat and tidy at all times and extreme hairstyles are not permitted, this means that designs or patterns should not be cut into the hair; there should be no extremes in terms of hair dye/colouring, there should not be shorn/”skinhead” style haircuts (lowest grade 2 cut).



School Meals:

School meals are free for infants and £3.15 per day/£15.75 per week for juniors, payable in advance. If you are paying by cheque please make it payable to 'Hertfordshire Catering Limited'


Pupils' Choice Menu - on HertsDirect


School Milk:

School milk is free to the following children:

Nursery aged children.

Reception children who are four for the entire Autumn term.

Reception to Year 6 children whose parents are receiving benefits.


The cost of milk for any KS1 children not mentioned above is subject to a European subsidy, which reduces the cost for the Spring term.  Cheques should be made payable to HCC.



Medicines in school


A reminder that the School Office will only administer medicines that have been prescribed by a doctor and needs to be taken four times a day.

We cannot administer pain killers or non-prescribed cough medicines or throat sweets.

Should your child need to be given medicine during the school day a form should be completed at the office

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