School uniform is important; it gives us all a sense of unity and belonging. I encourage the children to take pride in their appearance, look smart, follow the guidelines without quibbling and be proud to be part of GUCS. We know that children grow very quickly; therefore the uniform listed below is intended to be both smart and economical.
The uniform expectations are:
Royal blue and grey/white.
Year 6 will wear navy sweatshirts or cardigans with the school logo.
Please ensure that the correct PE kit is worn.
Navy loose fitting sports shorts, plain white t-shirt with the school logo or one of the House colour t-shirts, Navy Sweatshirt & jogging bottoms (for games in winter)
Trainers (essential for outdoor activities)
All long/shoulder length hair must be tied up at all times. Hair accessories need to be blue, white or black only. The matching ‘schoolwear’ ranges of headbands and hair bobbles (available from most supermarkets) are also acceptable. No bleached or dyed hair.
No extreme hair styles. Gel/wax can be used to ‘tame’ hair, not spike it up!
We know how frustrating it is for parents when uniform goes missing in school – you’d be surprised as to the amount and quality of Lost Property which remains unclaimed – we’ve had a brand new pair of Clarke’s school shoes! Thus, please would all parents ensure that each item of your child/children’s uniform is labelled clearly with his/her name. We can then do our very best to get it returned to you.
Jewellery and nail varnish are not allowed. Children with pierced ears may wear plain ear studs but Bucks County Council regulations state that, for safety, these must be removed for PE/Games/Swimming.
The Frogs run a second hand uniform shop in the playground on the second Friday of each month.
School uniform is available from an on-line supplier. They can provide all the uniform your child will need, and name it for you as an additional service. The school jumper/cardigan must be purchased through them but you are able to use any high street store for the rest of the uniform if you would prefer. Please visit: