All children attending the school are expected to wear school uniform.
Our full Uniform Policy can be found on the Policies Tab of this website. However, here is a brief overview:
Winter UniformGrey skirts, pinafore dresses or trousersWhite polo shirts (with logo available from the school shop, online or alternatively plain from any retailer), white shirts or white blousesGreen school sweatshirt jumpers or cardigans with logo (available from the school shop, online or alternatively plain from any retailer)Grey socksGrey, green or white tights
Dresses in any shade of green (patterned)
Short grey trousers
White polo shirts
All children should wear sensible flat-heeled shoes (not trainers) in dark colours. If boots are worn in cold or wet weather, they must be replaced by shoes in school. In summer, lightweight practical shoes with covered toes and a strap around the heel may be worn. For younger children, we would prefer that shoes with laces are avoided.
Socks and Tights
Socks should be grey and tights should be grey, green or white.
White t-shirt (with logo available from the school shop, online or alternatively plain from any retailer)
Shorts – in house colour
Trainers (for outdoor use)
Indoor PE is done in bare feet.
Grey sweatshirt (with logo available from the school shop or plain)
Grey jogging bottoms
Children should come to school in their PE kits on their designated PE days.
Pupils in Foundation Stage and KS1 should have a school book bag. School book bags are available from the school office or school shop. Children are given a complimentary book bag on admission to the school. A replacement book bag may be purchased from the school office when needed.
In KS2, pupils can choose to keep the school book bag or use a suitable bag – appropriate for school and for hanging on a peg or in a locker.
Weather appropriate school-style jackets/coats, ideally ones that could be visible when it is dark going home.
Forest School (Early Years Foundation Stage and KS1)
In Foundation Stage and KS1 children will visit our Forest School. Items of clothing provided should be suitable to an outdoor learning environment.
Long sleeved t-shirt, warm hat, jogging bottoms, warm gloves, two pairs of old socks, sweatshirt, waterproof jacket and trousers or all in one waterproof suit, warm scarf, wellington boots.
Forest School clothes should be old, there is no expectation for items to be branded or for parents to incur additional cost of these items.
Watches may be worn in Key Stage 2. Children with pierced ears are allowed to wear small stud earrings only and these must be removed or covered for PE and games, and removed for swimming. Teachers are not allowed to help with removing or replacing earrings. No other jewellery is permitted.
If clothing is named it makes the task of returning such items to the rightful owner much easier. Lost property that is not named will be kept until the end of term and if not claimed by that time such items will be disposed of or sold with the school's nearly new uniform.
All clothing and footwear should be clearly marked with the child's name.
Nearly New School Uniform
Nearly new school uniform, at very reasonable prices, is on sale in the school.
Where to Buy our Uniform
School Uniform can be purchased from:
JK Clothing Limited,
14 Wellington Parade,
(tel. 020 8303 3136)
JK Clothing are now taking online orders for home delivery. Visit www.jkclothing.net - you will need the password hps417.
Please click here for JK Clothing's Price List for 2023
My Clothing promises to provide the same quality uniform and service offered by Tesco with prices being matched and school still receiving 5% cash.
Please click here for full details
The ‘nearly new’ rail outside the first aid room, where uniform can be purchased for a small donation.
Non-branded items can be purchased from any online or high street retailer.