Primary School

Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day

School Uniform Policy

We are very proud of the way our pupils look when they come to school and we wish to encourage all pupils to look smart and wear the correct school uniform. We appreciate parents support in this matter and the school endeavours to support parents who face difficulties in providing school uniform.


We feel that uniform gives the children a sense of belonging and looks smart. Although we have uniform companies that provide uniform  (see below) it is not a requirement that children wear uniform with the school logo: any items in the correct colour would be classed as school uniform. The uniform is widely available at a reasonable cost from high street shops or supermarkets.


The school's SSA hold some items of quality second-hand school uniform. (Speak to a member of the SSA or the school office if you are interested.)



  • white polo shirt, shirt or blouse
  • grey tailored trousers
  • smart grey shorts
  • grey skirt
  • grey pinafore
  • navy jumper, cardigan sweatshirt or school fleece
  • white, grey or black socks/tights
  • black shoes

  In the summer girls may wear blue/white checked dress 


PE Kit: (Currently children come to school in their PE kits on PE days)

  • white t shirt
  • black or navy shorts
  • white, grey or black socks
  • blue or black coloured jogging bottoms and sweatshirt (when cold) 
  • Trainers

(For Sports Day, children can wear a plain t shirt in their house colour.)



Shoes should be black.  If your child cannot tie their own laces please make sure shoes are velcro or buckle fastenings.



No jewellery should be worn in school and pupils will be asked to remove it.  The exception to this is small stud or sleeper earrings in pierced ears and watches (not a smart watch). If a child is not able to remove their own earrings, parents should remove them before coming to school on a PE day. In exceptional circumstances where this is not possible, parents should provide a letter explaining the reasons and the date from which earrings can be removed. In such situations, the earrings will be made safe using micropore tape which the parent must provide. However, a teacher may ask a child not to participate in an activity if they feel the risk of wearing earrings is sufficient. Earrings must always be removed for swimming lessons.



Hair should be pinned back from eyes and hair longer than shoulder length must be tied back.  Hair ribbons and bands should be navy blue, white, grey or natural. Hair should not be dyed and should be smart/appropriate. (It is at the headteacher discretion if a particular hairstyle is smart/appropriate or not and will speak to parents if it is not. Please check with the headteacher if you are unsure about the suitability of a hair style.)



Children must not wear make-up to school. This includes nail varnish and temporary tattoos. 


We end up with a lot of lost property at school that can never be returned to its owner. Please make sure that you label everything that comes into school.  We have some links to labelling companies below, or you could just use a fabric pen and write it in.

This policy was ratified by the Full Governing Body on 30th November 2022 and will be reviewed as required.

The policy will be enforced by the headteacher when it is deemed necessary to do so.

Our uniform is supplied by PMG Schoolwear online or by visiting our school uniform shop - County Print and Embroidery.


Uniform can be ordered online using a debit or credit card.  Alternatively you can telephone PMG's Customer Service Line on 0208 786 2175 to place your order and pay by debit or credit card or arrange to send a cheque.


School uniform shop - County Print and Embroidery , 2 Chapel Mews, Ashford, TN34 8JN.