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School Uniform

Find details about our school uniform.

School Uniform

Parents must provide their children with the following required school uniform. Good quality second hand uniform is often available from school.

We ask parents to order uniform directly from the supplier, Tots to Teams.  It can be delivered to any address for a delivery cost or to school for free.

  • Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan. (Optional: embroidered with school badge.)
  • Gold polo shirt for Reception to Year 6. Nursery children wear a blue polo shirt. (Optional: embroidered with school badge.)
  • Grey trousers or tailored shorts, grey skirt/pinafore or blue checked summer dress.
  • Black shoes (not trainers or boots).

Please note:

  • Jewellery, other than a watch, is not allowed. For safety reasons earrings and rings are not to be worn in school by children.
  • The school policy on haircuts is in line with the policies of Cardinal Hume Catholic School and St Joseph’s Catholic School, our two secondary schools. Extremes of haircut and exaggerated styles are not allowed.

PE Kit:

In the interests of safety and hygiene children are expected to wear suitable clothing for PE lessons. Football strips are not allowed. Children should come to school wearing the following required PE kit on PE days.

The following items must be worn for PE:

  • Gold t-shirt. (Optional: embroidered with school badge.)
  • Royal blue shorts.
  • Blue school jumper/cardigan or school hoodie. (Optional: embroidered with school badge.)
  • Black/navy plain joggers (not leggings)
  • Plimsolls or training shoes for outdoor PE.

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Updated | 24th February, 2024 |

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