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Uniform

Uniform - Assembly

At The Blue School, we are proud of our uniform and we consider it of great importance.

A uniform means that children can be identified with the school easily and can be seen to be members of the school. Importance is attached to a smart appearance and children in the Infant and Junior Departments are expected to wear the school uniform. Parents of children in the Nursery class may dress their children as desired but wearing of school uniform is not discouraged especially when they are preparing to transfer to the main school.

Please ensure that all items of uniform and clothing are clearly named.

GIRLS BOYS
Grey blazer (optional) Grey blazer (optional)
Grey skirt or pinafore dress (winter and spring term), blue and white striped summer dress (vertical stripes, summer term only) Grey shorts (summer term only), long trousers (winter and spring term)
White blouse, blue and white striped blouse (vertical stripes, Year 6 girls only, summer term) White shirt
Royal blue cardigan or pullover with school badge Royal blue pullover with school badge
Royal blue tie Royal blue tie
White socks (grey or royal blue tights allowed in winter)
Black / Brown / Navy shoes (flat heels)
Grey socks
Black / Brown shoes
Dark Grey / Black / Navy outdoor coat without any prominent motifs or branding Dark Grey / Black / Navy outdoor coat without any prominent motifs or branding

Uniform - Drama

Training shoes may be worn at playtimes but are not part of the school uniform, they should not be worn to and from school.

Fleeces and waterproofs with school badge are available from SANCO Schoolwear.

The following details the PE and Games Kit:

GIRLS BOYS
Black plimsolls Black plimsolls
Royal blue shorts White shorts
White t-shirt with school badge White t-shirt with school badge
Plain dark track suit (optional) Plain dark track suit (optional)

Our only authorised uniform supplier is SANCO Schoolwear, 60 Bell Road, Hounslow, TW3 3PB. Tel. 020 8570 9990. Online ordering is available.

In order for all children to be safe, jewellery is not to be worn at school, this includes watches.