We are proud of our school uniform and the way our children look.
We ask all parents/carers to ensure that their children are dressed in the correct clothes and shoes, have PE kit in school and follow the guidelines on hair and jewellery. Please make sure all clothing is labelled with your child’s name.
School uniform (cardigans, sweatshirts, t-shirts, book bags and PE bags, caps, sunhats and shower-proof coats) are stocked at Caseys Schoolwear. The contact details are:
Casey School Uniform
246 Blackfen Road
0208 850 8645
You can also visit their website by clicking here.
- Black skirt or trousers (not jeans or leggings)
- Sensible low heeled shoes in black/dark colour
- White socks/black tights
- Black trousers (not jeans)
- Sensible black shoes
- White polo shirt
- Plain navy jumper or school sweatshirt/fleece
- White shirt
- School tie
- School blazer
- Plain navy jumper
Junior PE Kit
- Navy Shorts
- Navy T-Shirt
- School Bag
Senior PE Kit
- Navy Track pants
- Navy Polo shirt
- Navy Sweatshirt
- School Bag
All pupils should bring in spare socks & spare trainers on the day of their PE lessons. All PE kits remain in school and are washed by staff.
NB: All Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils should bring a towel and be encouraged to shower after each PE lesson.
Pupils should not wear jewellery in school; however one pair of stud earrings only to be worn in ears. No other piercings to be worn in school. Any jewellery items relating to the student’s religion may be worn providing that safety of all pupils can be upheld. All jewellery worn to school may be asked to be removed in the interest of safety.
The legal age to get a tattoo in Britain is 18 years and above. According to the Tattooing of Minors Act 1969 it's illegal for any person to tattoo anyone under the age of 18 even though the offence is with the person who carries out the procedure, rather than the person who asks for the tattoo. All pupils should wear an analogue watch to school from Years 7-11 – (jewellery must be removed for PE in the interest of safety).
All clothing should be named, the school makes every effort to ensure that clothes remain with their owners but mishaps do happen. Some pupils who require a change of clothes bring them in daily in a bag and soiled clothes are returned home.
Easy Dressing School Uniform
M&S has created a range of easy dressing school uniform with help from The National Autistic Society to make dressing for school easier, quicker and more comfortable for both parents and children.