School Uniform

Below is a list of our school uniform. Please clearly label all school clothing with your child’s full name – it really helps! Zip tags are really useful to help identify coats too!

PE Kits can be purchased from school, with the exception of jogging bottoms, leggings and pumps, uniform can be purchased from with or Pendle Village Mill. There are other smaller independent shops around the area that sell our uniform which is absolutely fine, but please note they are not official stockists and we have no control over quality. 


Green sweatshirt/Cardigan (with school logo)

White polo shirt (with school logo)

Grey skirt or pinafore dress.

Grey trousers/shorts.

Grey tights or grey/white socks.

Black school shoes

PE Kit - During COVID restrictions children should arrive to school in their PE Kit on PE days. 
White T-shirt (school logo optional)

Black shorts 

Plain black or navy jogging bottoms (no stripes or logos)

Plain black or navy leggings (no stripes, patterns or logos)

Trainers or pumps - No fashion trainers footwear must have suitable soles.

Swimming Kit
All children will attend swimming lessons from Year 3, as part of the P.E. curriculum, unless there is a doctor’s note.

Girls-one piece swimming costume 

Boys-swimming shorts/trunks.

All children require a towel and a suitable bag.

Brush or comb is optional but no jewellery is allowed.

Any child with long hair will need to wear a swim cap. 

Children should wear safe and comfortable shoes. High-heeled shoes, flimsy sandals and trainers are not suitable for school.

Jewellery and extreme hairstyles aren’t allowed!
Jewellery can be dangerous if worn during P.E. or games lessons and your child will be asked to remove any item of jewellery he/she might be wearing.  Loss of jewellery also causes distress to a child.  False nails are considered a fashion/jewellery item and are not allowed. Extreme hairstyles, whilst possibly ‘cool’ in the summer holidays, are not appropriate for school. They can cause problems for the wearer and for other children in school – and the time it takes for staff to deal with issues that may arise! We simply ask for your support in this area.

It is preferred that your child does not wear earrings whilst in school.  However, if this is the case these just be limited to small studs.  Hooped earrings are considered a danger and children with hooped or sharp earrings will be requested to remove them.  Staff at the school have been directed by the Authority not to remove earrings and therefore your child will not be allowed to participate in P.E./games/swimming lessons if he/she is unable to remove his/her own earrings.  Alternatively, you may provide your child with plasters to cover earrings.

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