Compulsory School Uniform

 The uniform consists of the following: 

  • SCARLET jumper, kameez, sweatshirts or cardigans.
  • PLAIN WHITE Shirt or Polo shirt
  • BLACK or GREY trousers, skirts, salwar and jilbaab (girls) or the kurta and topi (boys).
  • PLAIN head scarves white, black, grey or navy.
  • PLAIN BLACK shoes or plain black trainers
  • During the summer, gingham style dresses or tailored grey shorts can be worn. Plain sandals with socks, may be worn as long as they are sturdy and are fitted with a heel strap. Plain sun hats and non-branded sun glasses are also permitted.

Upon admission each child is provided with a school logo badge, which parents may choose to sew onto the child’s sweater. Additional school logo badges are available for purchase from the school office. No other badges/ accessories should be worn in school, with the exception of badges/stickers provided by the school, for example related to allergies, monitor roles  


For illustration purposes, please refer to uniform gallery below.



It is also essential that the children bring a waterproof coat/jacket each day, so they will remain dry in the event of wet weather. These need to be suitable for school.

In colder weather, the need for good ventilation may mean that rooms are cooler. Therefore children should be encouraged to provide layers, which can be added/ taken off as the temperature changes.

PE Kit

When children participate in Physical Education lessons, children must change for all activities.  Articles worn indoors must include plimsolls, shorts and a T-shirt. In colder weather children may wear a sweatshirt, jumper or fleece. Head scarves must either be removed or replaced with a bandana before the start of the lesson. The PE kit should consist of:  

  • PLAIN T-shirt
  • PLAIN shorts or tracksuit bottoms
  • Black plimsolls (indoor)
  • Black or Plain non branded trainers (outdoor)
  • PE Bag suitable for school, free of slogans which are contentious, may give rise to misunderstanding or may cause offense or embarrassment

The school advises that pupils bring in a PE bag at the start of the week and take this home at the end of the week. This will help to ensure that pupils always have suitable footwear available to change into when undertaking physical activity.





When KS2 pupils attend swimming lessons, their kit should consist of:

  • Swimming trunks or costume
  • Swimming hat
  • Goggles (optional)
  • Towel

Book Bag

  • Upon admission to Reception each child is provided with a free book bag
  • Upon admission to Key Stage 2 (year 3) pupils are provided with a free shoulder strap book bag
  • Pupils should not deface these or add additional accessories to them
  • Replacement book bags can be purchased from the school office.
  • Pupils are not required to bring pencil cases into school. If they choose to do so, these should be of a plain design, without lettering.



  • For reasons of Health and Safety, we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school. Watches are allowed as long as these do not have smart capabilities and have a plain strap.



  • Pupils are not permitted to wear make-up in school or on school journeys.
  • This also includes face paint and transfers applied outside of school.



  • The school does not permit children to have ‘extreme’ haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children.
  • Long hair is permitted; however, it should be tied back at all times.
  • Plain hair grips, clips, ties, bows and bands may be worn, as long as they do not serve as a distraction to other children.


Non-Uniform days & School Parties

On occasions, pupils are allowed to wear clothes other than the school uniform. This may include non-uniform days to raise money and awareness for charities, during Christmas and Eid parties, on World Book Day or when on residential school trips. This is always at the discretion of the school.

Whilst this allows pupils the opportunity to express themselves as individuals, it must be done so in an appropriate way. It is particularly important that any pupil dress on these occasions recognises that the school is still a working environment, is practical and safe and does not cause embarrassment or offence to staff, pupils and other members of the school community.

For example – but not exhaustively:

  • Clothes should be appropriate for a school environment;
  • No footwear that has platform soles, high heels or wheels:
  • No offensive clothing;
  • No revealing clothing;
  • No clothing that causes embarrassment;
  • No clothing that gives rise to misunderstanding;
  • No political or contentious slogans;
  • Nothing discriminatory;
  • Nothing that could be seen or interpreted as culturally sensitive; 
  • No clothing that incites or could be seen to cause offence; and
  • No jewellery, make-up, face paints or transfers

The final decision on the suitability of clothes and their compliance with this policy is down to the school’s Leadership Team



  • Our school has a duty to make sure that the uniform we require is affordable, in line with statutory guidance from the Department for Education. To achieve this we do not require any branded items and have ensured that all items are available from a wide range of suppliers at a reasonable cost. The school can also facilitate the distribution of second-hand uniform items, from unclaimed lost property;
  • The school avoids making changes to our uniform specifications to minimise the financial impact on parents, and were any significant changes to be considered, a consultation with parents and pupils would first be undertaken.





The Equality Act 2010 prohibits discrimination against an individual based on the protected characteristics, which include sex, race, religion or belief, and gender reassignment.

To avoid discrimination, our school will:

  • Avoid listing uniform items based on sex, to give all pupils the opportunity to wear the uniform they feel most comfortable in or that most reflects their self-identified gender;
  • Make sure that our uniform costs the same for all pupils;
  • Allow all pupils to style their hair in the way that is appropriate for school yet makes them feel most comfortable;
  • Allow pupils to request changes to swimwear for religious reasons;
  • Allow pupils to wear headscarves and other religious symbols that are appropriate for school and are not designed to be political or inflammatory; and
  • Allow for adaptations to our policy on the grounds of equality by asking parents to get in touch with Head of School, who can answer questions about the policy and respond to any requests.


Expectation for our School Community 

1.    Pupils

Pupils are expected to wear the correct uniform at all times (other than specified non-school uniform days) while:

  • On the school premises;
  • Travelling to and from school; and
  • At out-of-school events or on trips that are organised by the school, or where they are representing the school (if required).

Parents of pupils are also expected to contact the Head of School if they want to request an amendment to the uniform policy in relation to their protected characteristics.

2.     Parents and carers

Parents and carers are expected to make sure their child has the correct full school uniform and PE kit at all times, and that every item is:

  • Clean;
  • Clearly labelled with the child’s name so that it can be returned if it is misplaced; and
  • In good condition.

Parents are also expected to contact the Head of School if they want to request an amendment to the uniform policy in relation to:

  • Their child’s protected characteristics; and
  • The cost of the uniform.

Parents are expected to lodge any complaints or objections relating to the school uniform in a timely and reasonable manner. The Headteacher’s decision in response to a request will be made in line with the relevant school policies and will be definitive.

3.      School Staff

Staff will closely monitor pupils to make sure they are wearing the full and correct uniform at all times. Where this is not the case, the issue will be reported directly to the child’s parent so this can be addressed. In cases where it is suspected that financial hardship has resulted in a pupil not complying with this uniform policy, staff will take a mindful and considerate approach to resolving the situation.

4.      Governors

Governors will have oversight of this policy. They will review the policy periodically to make sure that it:

  • Offers a uniform that is appropriate, practical and safe for all pupils.
  • Is appropriate for our school’s context;
  • Takes into account the views of parents and pupils; and
  • is implemented fairly across the school;













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