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Attendance

  • Whole School : 97.5%
  • Year 5 : 98.6%
  • Year 6 : 96.8%
  • Year 7 : 97.6%
  • Year 8 : 97.1%

House Points

  • Badbury : 3336
  • Elgeric : 3410
  • Vespasian : 3653
  • Waga : 3113

Uniform Information

We encourage all parents to support our school uniform requirements by ensuring that all pupils wear it correctly and present themselves appropriately at all times. All of our school uniform and sports clothing is stocked by Bartlett’s of East Street, Wimborne. They are the sole supplier of our sweatshirt, P.E. shorts, P.E. socks, rugby shirt and tie.

 

Our uniform requirements are: 

  • Maroon school sweatshirt with school logo  
  • School tie 
  • Grey trousers/grey shorts/grey pleated skirt (Skirts MUST be pleated and should be no more than two or three centimetres above the knee. Home will be contacted if a skirt or shorts are not deemed suitable for school) 
  • White school shirt/white blouse (with a top button) 
  • Black shoes. No trainers, slip on or high heeled shoes should be worn 
  • Grey ankle/knee length socks or grey tights. (No sheer tights should be worn - traditional school tights only are permitted. No trainer socks should be worn) 
  • An Apron for Design and Art lessons

 

P.E. Kit: Maroon shorts, school rugby style shirt, white polo shirt, maroon football socks, white sports socks, trainers, football boots. (Tracksuit trousers for cold weather)) All items of school clothing, footwear and equipment should be clearly marked with the child’s name. Please regularly check that your child’s belongings remain named.

 

 

Hair Styles and Jewellery

A single pair of small, plain, silver or gold stud earrings is the only jewellery allowed. Extreme hairstyles are not allowed. Long hair must always be tied back for practical lessons for reasons of hygiene and safety.

We are pleased to announce that we converted to Academy Status as part of Wimborne Academy Trust on 1st July 2018 and that we have been awarded Unicef’s Gold Rights Respecting School Award
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