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

Measurement guide for uniform – video

We expect our children to come to school in uniform. We believe this encourages them to feel proud of being part of Kingsleigh Primary School and gives everyone a sense of identity and belonging to our school community.

Our Uniform


  • White shirt
  • School sweatshirt
  • Dark grey or black trousers/ skirts
  • School tie (compulsory for KS2)
  • Black sensible school shoes (not trainers)
  • Blue and white gingham dress in the summer term (optional)

PE  Kit – New for September 2021 (optional)


  • Red polo shirt with logo
  • Red zip-up hoodie with logo
  • Navy joggers with or without logo
  • Navy shorts with or without logo

If you already have the PE kit below then you can continue to use it.

  • White T-shirt- indoor PE
  • Sweatshirt (not school jumper)
  • Black shorts (tracksuit in winter)
  • Plimsolls or trainers
  • Children will need a swimming costume (one piece for girls) and a swimming hat. You will be informed by letter of when it is your child’s turn to swim.

We do not allow the children to wear any make-up (including hair dye) or jewellery to school, except for a watch and one small stud earing in each year which must be removed or covered for PE.

Book Bags, which help to protect your children’s reading books and other work are available to purchase online.

Mobile phones should be left at home. Children in Year 5 and 6 who need to bring their mobiles into school, because they are walking to and from school without an adult, should switch them off and had them into their class teacher at the beginning of the day and collect them at the end. A contract between school, parent and child must be signed before a mobile can be bought into school.

In the Nursery our uniform is:

  • Grey jogging bottoms
  • Red polo shirts
  • School sweatshirt
  •  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.