School Uniform

School uniform is worn by all pupils and can be ordered direct from one of our suppliers. Please click on the supplier, which is a link to take you direct to their website.

Harrisons Schoolwear - OUR LOCAL SUPPLIER

73 Southtown Road, Great Yarmouth, NR31 ODY

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My Clothing

 Phone number0800 069 9949


To help alleviate the problem of lost property, all clothing, including footwear, should be clearly marked with the child’s name.


Maroon jumper or sweatshirt with or without school logo.

White shirt/blouse or polo shirt

Plain grey or black tailored trousers

Plain grey/black skirt – knee level length or just below

Black, flat-heeled sensible shoes (or closed heel and closed toe sandals in the summer) Trainers are NOT permitted

Black plain flat-soled boots

Grey or white socks

Natural/grey/black/dark burgundy plain tights or knee highs

Girls may wear red and white dresses in summer (striped or checked.).

Boys may wear smart tailored black or dark grey shorts in summer.

(Not lycra/cycling/sports shorts)

All children should be provided with an art overall (an old adult size shirt will suit).


Maroon sweatshirts and white polo shirts with the school logo are available. Order forms may be collected from the school office, or use the links above.


P.E. / Games Kit

Burgundy Polo shirt

Plain black or navy shorts

Outdoor trainers (trainers are not to be worn for indoor P.E.)

Black plimsolls for indoor P.E.

Tracksuit (plain black or navy)

One-piece swimming costume / swimming trunks (not shorts)

A hair band to tie back long hair


All kit must be brought to school in a named draw-string bag.  Cloakroom space is very limited and does not afford room for 'sports bags'.  A draw-string bag in school colours is available.


Please note for boys and girls hair should be one natural colour and worn in a sensible style. Make up, including nail varnish, should not be worn. Any concerns should be discussed with the Head teacher.


 Valuable items should not be worn or brought to school. Children are advised not to bring items to school that are not essential for either their school work or the school day. Storage is limited and we cannot take responsibility for loss or damage.



 Unless it is for a specific purpose, such as dinner money or money for a snack at break time, it is better that money is not brought to school.



 Jewellery should not be worn to minimise the risk of accidents and the possibility of loss or damage. The only exception is for children with pierced ears who may wear a small, single stud in each ear, provided that they are removed for PE and swimming lessons. The children are responsible for removing their studs and if this is a concern to parents then we recommend that studs are not worn on days when there is PE or swimming. The school is unable to accept responsibility for accidents involving studs or other jewellery. In addition, children may wear a watch. The children are responsible for removing and collecting watches before and after PE lessons.


Mobile Phones   

 Mobile ‘phones are not permitted in school. Any parent, who wishes their child to carry one for travel / arrangements outside school, should ensure that it is handed in to the school office for safe keeping during the school day.