Millbrook has a distinctive school uniform of purple, grey and gold. Visitors to the school frequently comment on how smart our children look. We believe that the uniform helps children develop a sense of pride in their appearance and their school as well as contributing to setting a disciplined and studious atmosphere. All children are expected to wear school uniform and we have adopted the following options (which have been drawn up in accordance with Buckinghamshire County Council’s Minority Ethnic and Traveller Achievement Service guidance):
Nursery 3 and Nursery 4
Coloured sweatshirt and T-shirt (depending on their key group), any trousers or skirt, sensible shoes.
Purple sweatshirt, grey skirt or trousers, school polo shirt, white or black socks or black tights or white salwar and sensible black shoes.
Purple sweatshirt or cardigan, lilac gingham dress or grey skirt or trousers or grey tailored shorts, school polo shirt, white or black socks or white salwar and sensible black shoes, peaked school cap.
Key Stage 1 & 2 (winter):
Purple cardigan or sweatshirt, grey pinafore or skirt or grey trousers, white shirt, school tie, white or black socks or black tights or white salwar and sensible black shoes, peaked school cap.
Key Stage 1 & 2 (summer)
Purple sweatshirt or cardigan, lilac gingham dress or a grey skirt or trousers or grey tailored shorts or grey trouser with a school polo shirt, white or black socks or white salwar and sensible black shoes, peaked school cap.
Uniform may be purchased from the school office, between 8.30 and 9.15 a.m. Tuesday mornings or between 3.00pm and 3.30pm on Tuesday afternoon. Alternatively you can purchase school uniform from PMG Schoolwear shop, 5 Church St, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire HP11 2BN.
Please would parents and children note that jeans, boots or trainers are not part of our school uniform.
Clothing for Physical Education (PE), Games and Swimming
All children are expected to change into clothing appropriate for PE:
Jewellery including rings, earrings and bracelets can be dangerous for many school activities and should not be worn in school. Children with pierced ears may wear ‘studs’ but these must be removed for PE activities.