Kingsleigh Uniform can now be bought on-line – Please click here

Our school uniform was chosen in consultation with parents and children and our school badge, depicting Rory the lion, and is based on a design by one of the children.  We actively encourage and expect all of our children to wear school uniform. Please ensure that all items of uniform are named.

The uniform is comprised of:
NB: Items in blue can be purchased at the School Office or through WisePay

  • White shirt (Key Stage 2)
  • White Polo Shirt (Key Stage 1)
  • School sweatshirt (£10.00 – sizes 24″ to small adult″ and £11.00 upwards) or cardigan (£11.00 – sizes 24″ to small adult″ and £12.00 upwards)
  • Dark grey or black trousers or skirt
  • School tie – optional in Key Stage 1 and compulsory in Key Stage 2 (£4.00 elasticated and non-elasticated)
  • Black sensible school shoes (trainers are not to be worn as school shoes)
  • Blue and white gingham dresses in the summer term – optional
  • Book bags – optional (£5.00)

We expect our children to look their smartest at all times.  Children with long hair must have it tied back for health and hygiene reasons during PE lessons.

We also ask parents to provide a PE kit to include:

  • White t-shirt – indoor PE
  • Black shorts (tracksuit in winter)
  • Plimsolls or trainers
  • Children in Years 3 and 4 will need a swimming costume and hat
  • All items need to be named and stored in a PE bag (£5.00)

PE kits should be in school for PE sessions but taken home to be checked and washed when not in use.

In the Nursery our uniform is:

  • Grey jogging bottoms
  • Red polo shirts
  • School sweatshirt (£10.00 – sizes 24″ to small adult″ and £11.00 upwards) or cardigan (£11.00 – sizes 24″ to small adult″ and £12.00 upwards)
  • Velcro shoes
  • Black shorts in the summer

We also ask that children have a suitable coat in school every day, unless it is a very hot day. During the summer, children should have a sun hat or cap in school.  It is essential that all items of clothing are marked with a child’s name so that they can be easily identified if lost. Neither the school nor the LA can accept responsibility for personal belongings.

Leaflets and application forms for free school meals and clothing grants are now available in school.

The only forms of jewellery that children are allowed to wear in school are stud earrings and watches unless the items are worn for religious reasons.  All jewellery must be removed or covered for PE. This is for security and health and safety reasons.

Children should not bring anything valuable into school, from home, as we can not be responsible for any loss or damage.  Children who bring a mobile phone to school will be asked to hand it in to the school office until the end of the day.  Money should not be brought into school unless it is for a school related payment. Children should not bring trading cards into school.