Part of the Glyn Academies Trust

School Uniform



We have now changed our uniform supplier to Price & Buckland. The uniform can be purchased online by going to alternatively you can pick up a leaflet in the school office and order over the

phone or via post.

Our uniform includes:

·         Black school trousers, skirts or pinafores

·         Black tailored shorts in the summer

·        Navy v-neck jumper or cardigan with the school logo – Reception to Year 5

·         Grey v-neck jumper or cardigan with the school logo – Year 6

·         White polo shirt – Reception

·         White shirt and school tie – Year 1 to Year 6

·         Plain black school shoes

·         White/black socks/tights

·        Blue checked dress in the summer


Nursery Uniform

Uniform for Boys and Girls  
Polo Shirt White polo shirt, with or without logo
Sweatshirt Navy sweatshirt, or Navy V-neck jumper with logo
Jogging Bottoms Black jogging bottoms or black jersey shorts
Socks - Boys Black socks
Socks - Girls White socks
Shoes Shoes or trainers (please note that Crocs, flip flops or canvas footwear will not be permitted for safety reasons)


PE Kit

·         T-shirt in house colour 

·         Navy Shorts / Navy or black tracksuit bottoms for outdoor PE

  •      Black or Navy zip up tracksuit top (for outdoor PE) 

·         Black plimsolls / trainers

·         School PE bag

Additional items that can be purchased with the school logo:

  • PE bag
  • Water bottle
  • Summer Caps
  • Winter beanie
  • Reversible showerproof Jacket


Please note: that ALL school clothing must be clearly labelled with the child’s name and class.


Children are NOT permitted to wear trainers except for outdoor sports and large metal items such as buckles on girls’ fashion trousers are potentially dangerous.

Jewellery, Pierced Ears and Hair Cuts

In accordance with both national and county guidelines, jewellery should not be worn to school. Children may wear a small wrist watch if appropriate and individuals with pierced ears may wear a single (for boys) or one pair (for girls) of small, simple gold stud earrings. These must be removed by the child for PE, swimming or other activities and this is best done before coming to school on that day. If you are contemplating allowing your child to have their ears pierced then this should be carried out at the beginning of the summer holidays in order to avoid depriving the child of physical activities.

Parents are requested to support the school by not allowing children to have extremely short hair cuts, or to have patterns shaved into their hair. Pupils with long hair must have it tied back with simple blue, brown or black bands or clips. Temporary tattoos and nail varnish are not permitted.


It is essential that clothing, school bags and lunch boxes are labelled, likewise any other permitted items that are brought to school. Children are strongly discouraged from bringing any valuable items or equipment into school. Mobile telephones are not permitted except in exceptional circumstances and then these should be handed to the School Secretary for safe keeping.