Parents | Uniform


The policy of the governing body is that all children will wear school uniform as listed below. We expect children to be neatly dressed at all times and to respect their own and other children’s clothing. Up to October half term, pupils can wear winter or summer uniform. After October half term and up to Easter pupils must wear winter uniform. After Easter, pupils must wear summer uniform. Details of how to purchase the school uniform can be found at the bottom of this policy.

Nursery Uniform

Grey jogging bottoms

Nursery school sweatshirt

A red or white polo/T-shirt

Reception – Year 6 Uniform

Girls’ Winter Uniform:

  • Grey pinafore dress, grey skirt or grey trousers (skirts should be plain style or pleated without embroidery or tiers)
  • White shirt
  • Grey cardigan with the school logo
  • Red tie
  • Red or grey tights
  • White or grey socks
  • Black shoes (NOT trainers or boots)
  • Outer coat or jacket
  • Grey blazers may be worn

Girls’ Summer Uniform

  • Red & White striped dress or white open neck blouse with a grey skirt, grey pinafore or grey trousers
  • Grey cardigan with the school logo
  • Black shoes or sandals (NOT sling backed)
  • Light-weight rain coat

Boys’ Winter Uniform:

  • Grey long trousers
  • White shirt
  • Grey jumper with the school logo
  • Red tie
  • Grey socks
  • Black shoes (NOT trainers or boots)
  • Outer coat or jacket
  • Grey blazers may be worn

Boys’ Summer Uniform:

  • Red short sleeved polo shirt
  • Grey shorts or long trousers
  • Grey jumper with the school logo
  • Grey socks
  • Black shoes or sandals (NOT sling backed)
  • Dark light-weight rain coat

PE Kit for Boys and Girls:

  • Red shorts
  • White polo shirt with school logo
  • Change of socks
  • A named shoe bag
  • Plimsolls
  • Grey school tracksuit


  • No fashion haircuts permitted – all children should adhere to sensible hairstyles suitable for school.
  • Children are not permitted to wear gel, wax, mousse or other styling products.
  • Hair styles should not be shorter than a grade 2 and have no designs.
  • Hair accessories should be plain red, black or white with no fancy attachments or sparkles (this includes bows)
  • Girls with long hair should tie it back.
  • All clothing must be clearly marked with the child’s name.
  • Jewellery may not be worn. If your child wears stud earrings (no stones) they must be removed for PE. KS2 may wear watches.
  • Labelled water bottles.
  • Children should not wear nail varnish.
  • Ensure book bags and school bags do not have key rings or other accessories hanging from the handles.
  • Summer hats are available from the school office.
  • School ski hats can be worn in Winter – available from the school outfitter


How to purchase uniform

  • Second hand uniform is sold once a month outside the school office. A donation of £1 per item can be made on School Gateway or paid in cash. Alternately you can swap an item. For every item you give to the uniform sale, you can take an item. These do not need to be the same e.g. you could give a grey skirt and take a grey PE jumper. Dates for the second hand uniform sales are published on the school newsletters and can be found on the school website.
  • Uniform can be bought on-line direct from Mapac using the following link:
  • Uniform can be bought at DJ Uniforms National Schoolwear Centre, 45 High Street Bushey WD23 1BD, Opening times Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 9:30am – 5:30pm, Wednesday 9:30am – 1:30pm, email:
  • Uniform can be purchased from many high street retailers. If a logo is required this can be purchased from Macpac or DJ Uniforms and attached to the garment.
  • The school can support families in financial hardship with the cost of school uniform. Any families who require this support can contact the Head of School (Mrs Anna Smith – by phone 01923 901179 or email and this will be arranged in full confidentiality.