The children are proud to wear the "Cranbourne Green"
We believe that uniform is an important part of building our school community. We know it can be expensive and don't insist on branded jumpers etc. Most supermarkets sell bottle green jumpers and cardigans. If you wish to have a branded item, it can be bought through Kids Connection. Ties are the only item that can't be bought elsewhere. Children grow fast, go through the knees of trousers, and get paint down themselves so don't buy anything expensive!
For reception and nursery please scroll down to below the main list.
Please name everything!
Grey trousers, shorts, skirt or pinafore dress
White short-sleeved or long-sleeved shirt (not polo shirts)
Cranbourne tie if shirt buttons to the neck (elastic versions are available)
Black, white or grey socks
Black, white, grey or dark green tights
Black low-heeled shoes or completely plain black trainers (no logos). No boots or slip on style ballet pumps.
Hairbands should be black, white or green. No oversize bows etc.
Summer uniform (optional)
Green and white summer dress
Black or white closed toe sandals are allowed (again, please avoid slip on ballet pumps)
PE Kit (kept in school at all times)
Reception do not need PE kit.
Plain white t-shirt
Plain black shorts, leggings or cycling shorts
Black, grey or dark green jogging trousers for cold weather
Instead of the full school uniform children may wear black jogging trousers, a white polo shirt and a Cranbourne branded/plain green jumper or cardigan. Full school uniform if you prefer.
Black school shoes or plain black trainers (no logos). Please do not send children with laces if they can't tie them themselves.
Summer as above or green and white summer dresses.
No PE kit required but please send children in active uniform on PE days.
Hair and jewellery
Hair that is shoulder length or below must be tied back whether on boys or girls. We do not allow extreme hair styles - this includes stripes / shapes shaved into hair, Mohican spikes, coloured hair etc. Gel and similar products should be used only to slick back hair which would otherwise be in children's eyes, not to create spikes.
In the interest of safety, no jewellery (including earrings) should be worn in school, except for ordinary watches. These need to be clearly named as they have to be removed for PE.