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Nursery Uniform

Peregrines Nursery uniform is provided by Sogans and must be purchased from them unless stated otherwise.

Sogans, 6 Greyhound Road, Hammersmith, London, W6 8NX

Uniform can be purchased via their website or using their Mail Order Service: 020 7385 1055

Winter Uniform

Worn in the second half of the Autumn Term until the end of the Spring Term
White polo shirt with Peregrines bird logo
Navy blue jogging bottoms (any supplier)
Navy blue jogging top with Peregrines bird  logo

Summer Uniform

Worn in the first half of the Autumn Term and the Summer Term
White polo shirt with Peregrines bird logo
Navy blue jogging top with Peregrines bird logo
Navy blue P.E shorts (any supplier)

Ballet – girls

Pink cap sleeve leotard
Pink georgette wrap over skirt
Pink crossover cardigan
Pink socks
Pink ballet shoes with elastic

Ballet – boys

The boys will wear their Navy blue P.E shorts and polo shirt but will need white socks and black ballet shoes with elastic

Bags

Peregrines bird logo book bag

All uniform should be clearly labelled. There is a lost property box in the School Office.  At the end of each term, any lost property items not claimed will be donated to the Parents’ and Friends’ Association second hand uniform stock.

Jewellery and Hair

Only jewellery dictated by faith may be worn. Pupils are not allowed to wear earrings other than stud earrings. For safety reasons all jewellery must be removed during activities, for example P.E, when it could cause harm to the children.

Hair must not be dyed or extreme in style or length. Only plain blue or tartan, functional hair accessories are allowed.

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Private Tours Available

Come and See Us

We are offering private tours for those who are looking for an occasional place this academic year or entry in September 2021. To arrange your tour and to meet with our Headmistress, Mrs Sara Williams-Ryan, please email admissions@falconsgirls.co.uk or call 020 8992 5189.


Rated ‘Excellent’ by ISI in March 2020

“Pupils display exceptional attitudes towards learning”

“Pupils are highly proficient communicators for their age”

Click here to read the full ISI report