School Uniform

We believe that the wearing of a school uniform enables pupils to identify with their school, gives a sense of belonging, is practical and smart, reinforces a positive work ethos and reduces expenditure for parents/carers.

All children (except Nursery) must wear their school uniform when attending school.

Aims and objectives

  • To create a sense of community and belonging towards the school.
  • To supports the school’s commitment to inclusion.
  • To provide practical and smart appearance with health and safety in mind
  • To ensure all pupils have equal access to wearing school uniform regardless of their culture, race, religion, gender, disability.

School Uniform

Reception to Year 4

  • Plain grey or black trousers, skirt or dress.
  • Plain white shirt or polo shirt (school logo optional)
  • Red jumper or cardigan (school logo optional)
  • Plain grey tailored shorts (summer months)
  • Red and white Gingham pattern dress (summer months)
  • Black, flat-soled shoes

Years 5 and 6

Children in years 5 and 6 have the option to wear a black jumper or cardigan (school logo optional)

PE kits

  • Plain white t-shirt
  • Plain black shorts/jogging bottoms
  • Black trainers or pumps
  • Swimming costume/trunks/wet suits for swimming


  • For religious reasons an appropriate plain head covering can be worn
  • Hair bands/clips must be plain
  • Open-toe, platform soles, high heels or strapless shoes not allowed

School Uniform Purchase

All uniform items can be purchased from any uniform shop or supermarket e.g. Asda, Tesco and Morrisons.

All items with the school logo can be purchased from-

  • Ian Howard, 409 Barking Road, London E6 2JT
  • Fashion Stop, 138 High street North, London E6 2HT

The school office also has a limited number of sweatshirts, fleeces, school bags and PE bags.


Due to Health and Safety reasons the school enforces a strict jewellery code. The only items of jewellery that can be worn are small studs and a watch.

Pupils are required to remove any item of jewellery worn during P.E. lessons to prevent them from causing injury to themselves and others.

The Role of Parents

We believe it is the responsibility of parents is to ensure that their child has the correct uniform and PE kit, and that it is clean, in good repair and that the child’s name is visibly labelled on all items. If a parent has difficulty providing their child with a school uniform, they can speak confidentially to a senior member of staff to discuss their concerns.

The Role of the Local Governing Body

The local governing body supports the headteacher in implementing the school uniform policy. It considers all representations from parents regarding the uniform policy and liaises with the headteacher to ensure that the policy is implemented fairly and with sensitivity. It is the governors’ responsibility to ensure that the school uniform meets all regulations.


Price List for uniform items with printed school logo