Handbook-School Uniform

School Uniform

Our school uniform colours are predominately grey, white and navy. We are very proud of the high standards of dress and general smartness of our pupils.

Please make sure that all items of uniform, including for PE, are clearly marked with your child’s name and class.  This helps us return lost property to its owner. We do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to pupil’s possessions.


A plain white blouse or polo shirt.
A grey skirt or pinafore dress, culottes or trousers.
A plain navy sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan.
A summer dress – blue/white gingham or stripe. In Summer, girls may also wear grey or navy shorts with a plain white top.
Grey, white or navy socks or tights
Sensible, black, flat-soled shoes


A plain white shirt or polo shirt
Grey trousers,long or short.
In Summer, grey shorts may be worn.
A plain navy sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan.
Sensible, black, flat-soled shoes
Grey, white or navy socks

P.E. Kit

A plain white T-shirt
Plain black shorts
Trainers for outdoor P.E.
Navy, grey or black joggers and top/track suit for outdoor P.E.
All children need to have a small P.E. bag. P.E. kit needs to be in school all week. As the children go outside throughout the year, it is recommended that their trainers are put in a plastic bag inside their P.E. bag.

Items bearing the Badgerbrook logo can be ordered from www.YourSchoolUniform.com and click ‘Find your school’. The following can be purchased:

  • Sweat shirts, fleeces, cardigans, white polo shirts, book bags, T-shirts for P.E. and drawstring bags for P.E.

If you do not have access to the internet for ordering, please contact the school office for assistance.

Uniform Lost Property

Please mark all items of school uniform, coats, shoes and PE clothes with the name (including surname) of your child.  There is a ‘Lost Property Box’ in the Main Playground (under the shelter). Whenever possible named items will be returned to their owners.

At regular intervals unclaimed items will be put on display under the shelter in the large playground and parents are asked to check through for missing items before the remainder is disposed of.

Please note: we do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to pupil’s possessions.

We ask that children do not wear jewellery in school for health and safety reasons.

However, children may wear watches and those with pierced ears may wear close-fitting sleepers or stud-type earrings whilst in school. It is advisable not to wear these on P.E. or swimming days as they must be removed for these lessons.

If you have your child’s ears pierced, it would be helpful if this took place during the summer holidays as it is usually recommended that the earrings should not be removed for a few weeks.

Please note: we do not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to pupil’s possessions.