What a child wears to school reflects their attitude to learning; it portrays the school’s ethos and shared positive values. Wearing the school colours gives the pupils a sense of pride and belonging.
All children are required to wear school uniform while in school and travelling to and from school.
The aim of our uniform is to giving the school a sense of identity. The school is judged, in part, by how its children appear in and around school.
School uniform consists of:
All pupils: Autumn and Spring Terms
Shirt – white
Black shoes and socks (No trainers)
Trousers – Charcoal Grey
Royal blue pullover – V necked with the school logo for boys
Royal blue cardigan – with the school logo for girls
All children are expected to wear an orange Dastaar or head covering.
All children need to have their heads covered whilst inside the Spiritual Hall and for Panjabi and Sikh studies lessons.
Summer Term Uniform
All pupils may wear a white polo shirt instead of a shirt.
Girls: Royal blue Salwar Kameez or with Pyjama with school logo, and Kesari Dupatta.
Boys: Royal blue Kurta Pyjama with school logo and Kesari Patka or Dastaar.
The traditional uniform, v-neck jumper, cardigan, the school tie, school bags with logos and Patkas can be purchased from the school uniform shop:
274B High Street
Telephone: 01753 580722
In the interest of safety for all pupils; jewellery will not be permitted.
Navy blue shorts
Navy blue or grey jogging bottoms
Black plimsolls or trainers
Sweatband to cover the Kara
No formal specification of outdoor clothing is included in our policy. However, parents are asked to bear in mind the image of the school in relation to outdoor coats. Outdoor coats should be plain and without badges or slogans or logos. They should be of a material suitable for school wear.
Please provide your child with a clear, plastic water bottle labelled with your child’s name.
All SIKH students are expected the wear a Kara (steel bangle).