The school requires children to wear the following uniform, which was decided upon after consultation with parents, children, staff and governors.
A school uniform teaches students to dress smartly and take pride in their appearance. Perhaps most importantly, a uniform means pupils don't have to worry about peer pressure when it comes to their clothes. When everyone is dressed the same, worrying about what you look like isn't so important.
|Nursery, Reception, Years 1-4||Years 5 and 6||PE kit (Reception, Years 1-6)||All children|
|Yellow polo shirt with school logo||White collared shirt||Yellow or green uniform t-shirt||White, grey, black or bottle green socks or tights|
|Grey school trousers, skirt or shorts||Tie||Green shorts or tracksuit bottoms|
Jewellery is limited to -
|Knitted green jumper or cardigan with school logo||Grey school trousers, skirt or shorts||Pumps or trainers||Shoes – must be black or plain trainers (no logos).|
|Green and white gingham summer dress for girls||Knitted green jumper or cardigan with school logo||All in a labelled PE bag||Long hair should be styled up and out of the face. This is to reduce the likelihood of spreading headlice.|
|Green and white gingham summer dress for girls|
The polo shirts, jumpers, cardigans, ties and PE kit are available from School Uniform Direct. Either online, in store (North End Road) or by telephone (020 7610 0551).
Book bags, caps and waterproof fleeces are also available to buy.
The grey trousers, skirts, shorts and white collared shirts are more cheaply available from high street stores.
All uniform must be clearly labelled with your child's name.
School Uniform Direct, St Clement & St James' official school uniform supplier, as part of their focus on sustainability and affordability, has partnered with oldschooluniform.co.uk to offer parents the opportunity to purchase, request and recycle pre-loved uniforms.