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St Philip's Uniform Information

School uniform is compulsory for all children


In Years 1 to 6 the uniform is:-

  • Royal blue sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan
  • Grey skirt or trousers
  • White shirt or polo shirt
  • Shalwar Kameez in grey (optional alternative to skirts or trousers)
  • Summer dress in sky blue/white (optional alternative to skirts or trousers during the summer term only)
  • White scarf and (optional)
  • Black school shoes or black trainers


PE kit consists of:-

  • T-shirt or polo shirt in pale blue or white
  • Tracksuit top in navy blue with school logo
  • Tracksuit bottoms in navy blue without logo
  • Trainers or pumps for outdoor games


All pupils come to school in their PE kit on days when they have a PE lesson


Reception and Nursery Classes

  •  Children in these classes wear their PE kit every day 


Jewellery and Make-Up

Please note that jewellery and make-up are not permitted.


Book Bag / Rucksack

Your child will need a book bag/rucksack for books and homework. The Uniform Shop has a good selection to choose from. 


Suitable Footwear

Footwear must be worn at all times.

Shoes with high heels, open-toed sandals or backless shoes must not be worn, as these can be dangerous in school.


Parents are not required to purchase specific brands - generic uniform or second hand garments are acceptable.  Logos on items are also optional but can be purchased for a reasonable price at The School Uniform Shop

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The Uniform Shop

Help us to take care of your child's uniform & possessions when they are in school


  • Label all clothes - this is extremely important. The number of items in lost property is unbelievable
  • If your child loses an item of clothing or bag etc. - please check with your child’s class teacher first and then at the school office straight away. They are very understanding and will help to find the item.
  • Please make sure all coats have a suitable loop so they can hang it on a peg
  • Jewellery should not be worn, other than watches and stud earrings
  • Parents are asked to carefully consider the risks involved in wearing jewellery 
  • Earrings and watches must be removed for PE and games anyway so we do not accept responsibility for items which are mislaid


Personal Property


All items of personal property or clothing such as coats, pumps etc. are brought onto the school premises at the parents own risk.



Families entitled to Free School Meals will be issued with a school voucher in late Summer to help with uniform costs.


Mrs Devi will hand out these vouchers which can be presented at the till in exchange for any product in The Uniform Shop.


This means that if you do not actually need any items with school logo at that time, then you can use the face value of the vouchers for any other appropriate item of clothing or footwear. 


Specific brands and logos are not statutory, therefore you may use your vouchers to purchase generic items from supermarkets or any school uniform shops.


The school have some second-hand items, donated by our families, which we give to families in need.  If you are struggling to pay for your child's school uniform, we can help - just ask Mrs. Devi in the school office.