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All pupils are expected to wear Normandy Primary School uniform and your cooperation is essential in this matter. Please ensure that each item of school uniform is named.


Infants and Juniors

White polo shirt, white blouse or white shirt

Red cardigan or sweatshirt

Dark grey school trousers (long or short) or grey skirt

Red and white check summer dress

Thick black or grey tights (winter)

White socks

Black shoes with sensible heels, suitable for school environment (not boots or trainer types)





Grey skirt/ pinafore

Grey trousers/ shorts/ joggers

Grey trousers/ joggers

Dark grey socks

White socks/ grey tights

White polo shirt

White polo shirt

Red sweatshirt/ jumper

Red and white check dress for summer (optional)

Black trainers

Red sweatshirt/ cardigan


Black trainers



All children need a suitable coat every day as we play outside in all weathers!



Tramlines, mohicans, or any other form of decorative hair cutting is not acceptable along with the bleaching or dying of hair. The Head Teacher, on behalf of the Governors reserves the right to send a child home if a parent decides to undertake this in term time.

Brightly coloured hair bands and hair adornments should not be worn in school; long hair should be tied back for school with a simple hairband, toggle or small ribbons, which need to be either red, black or white.



The wearing of jewellery is not allowed in school. Ear studs may be worn but will need to be removed/ covered by pupils during PE lessons. Teaching staff are not permitted to undertake this task. Watches may be worn but the School accepts no liability for the loss of any timepiece/ item of jewellery brought onto the premises.


Other Adornments

Nail varnish and temporary tattoos should not be worn for school.


PE Kit

Children should wear a red t-shirt, plain black shorts and plimsolls. Plimsolls are worn for indoor and outdoor PE lessons; trainers may only be worn for outside games lessons. If the weather is cold children can wear a black tracksuit for outdoor PE.

Children work in bare feet for dance and gym lessons. If a child has a verruca, plimsolls should be worn for all indoor activities. Parents should arrange to have the verruca treated by a health professional.


Swimming (Year 5)

A swimming costume and a towel are required for swimming. Please note that Bermuda shorts or bikinis are not allowed for swimming lessons. Goggles are only permitted if parent/ carer has signed a consent form. A swimming het must be worn (this applies to both boys and girls) and the first hat is provided by the swimming pool staff. Replacements will be charged for at £1.