All children from Reception upwards are expected to wear school uniform, which is as follows:
- Navy blue sweatshirt
- White/pale blue/navy polo shirt or shirt with collar
- Grey or black trousers, skirt or pinafore dress
- Summer school shorts in black or grey
- Summer school gingham dress in blue
- Appropriate school shoes (no sandals or heels)
All children from Reception upwards are expected to bring, and change into, PE kit for their indoor and outdoor PE lessons.
- White/pale blue/navy blue t-shirt or polo shirt (plain or with school logo)
- Navy, grey or black tracksuit bottoms or shorts
- Pumps or trainers
Uniform with the school logo is available from School Union Shop. Please click on the link below to be order.
For health and safety reasons, children are not permitted to wear jewellery other than small stud earrings. Watches are permitted but must be removed before PE lessons.
Please ensure that all items that children wear to school, including shoes and coats, must be named.
All lost property is disposed of at the end of each half-term.
Leeds School Uniform Exchange
Leeds School Uniform Exchange was established in June 2020. Now there are 279 exchange opportunities city-wide with almost 94% of schools in Leeds covered by an exchange. The exchanges are at schools, online (mostly via Facebook pages run by parents) or based at community groups. Great quality, second hand school uniform is available throughout Leeds for free.Please find any information on the Leeds School Uniform Exchange website link.If you have spare uniform and/or lost property to donate, please also get in touch.Leeds School Uniform exchange has two main objectives: environmental and financial. By opening up a city wide sharing infrastructure it encourages a sharing economy, cutting down the demand for new and turning a potential waste stream into a resource. And, of particular importance now at a time of rising inflation, helping struggling families by removing the huge financial burden of school uniform.It’s not possible to measure all the exchanging that happens across the city but during last summer holidays there were 44 pop-up events which distributed over 8,000 items of uniform saving families over £45,000, 1,600kg of textile waste and 28,000kg of Co2e.Updates about all the summer exchanges can be found on the dedicated website and anyone can join the very active Facebook group which has over 2.5k active users.