Uniform and Equipment

The wearing of school uniform ensures that all our children feel they belong to the school community.   We seek the full co-operation of all parents/carers in supporting this.


Grey School TrousersGrey School Shorts
Navy Blue School SweatshirtNavy Blue School Sweatshirt
KS1 – School Polo ShirtKey Stage 1 – School Polo Shirt
KS2 – White School Shirt and TieKey Stage 2 – White School Shirt (short- sleeved) and Tie
Sensible black plain school shoes (no trainers)Sensible black plain school shoes or sandals (no trainers)


Grey School Skirt/Pinafore/TrousersBlue and White Gingham Dress
Navy Blue  School SweatshirtNavy Blue School Sweatshirt/Cardigan
KS1 – School Polo Shirt
KS2 – White School Shirt and Tie
Sensible black plain school shoes (no trainers or high heels)Sensible black plain school shoes or sandals (no trainers or high heels)
All children can also wear the Arunside zip-up fleece for added warmth if required during any season.

PE / Games Kit

  • Children need to be dressed sensibly for P.E.
  • House coloured P.E. T-shirts should be worn with navy shorts for children in Year 1-6, whilst the EYFS children should wear a plain white T-shirt with navy shorts.
  • Suitable footwear is very important. All children need black plimsolls and should have strong trainers or football boots for certain outdoor activities. Trainers worn for P.E. activities should not be worn as part of the child’s uniform.
  • Children are allowed to wear navy blue jogging pants for outdoor games and when it is cold, a plain navy sweatshirt and/or a navy logoed hoodie or zoodie.
  • Children in Year 5&6 also need a pump bag so PE kits can be left in school as they will change from their school uniform into their PE kit on the relevant days
  • Children in EFYS – Year 4 (inc) should wear their PE kit to school on their particular PE days

Where To Buy

Our school uniform can be purchased from:

School Ties and Book Bags are also available to purchase through the School Office


Children are not allowed to wear items of jewellery at school, although discretion is given to respect religious observance provided prior permission has been given by the headteacher. The school strongly discourages ear-piercing but those children who have their ears pierced during a school year will be permitted to wear ear-studs for the first six-weeks after piercing provided these are worn flat to the ear. For health and safety reasons, all jewellery, including ear-rings, must be removed before PE lessons and the school cannot be held responsible for any loss or accidental damaged incurred to these items. Ear-rings worn for piercings that are less that six-weeks old must be covered by a plaster/ micro-porous tape (provided by parents) for all PE lessons.

Other Notes

  • Please mark ALL clothing in permanent pen or with name tags clearly showing your child’s name.