School Uniform

Meldreth Primary School places great importance on school uniform as it helps promote our TEAM value by presenting a smart, unified image of which we can all feel proud.

Uniform Requirements

Please clearly name all items brought into school. All items below, marked with an *, are available for ordering online via the school trends website with the school logo

Foundation Stage Uniform:

  • *White or Green Polo shirt
  • *Green  jumper or cardigan
  • Charcoal trousers or shorts with grey socks (knee or ankle length, not trainer socks)
  • Charcoal skirt/pinafore with grey tights or white or grey socks (knee or ankle length, not trainer socks)
  • Green check summer dress
  • Waterproof coat
  • Black 'school' shoes (no trainers or boots)
  • Second pair of shoes/wellies for woodland learning

Key Stage One and Two (Y1-6) Uniform:

  • *Green jumper or cardigan
  • *White or Green Polo shirt 
  • Charcoal trousers or shorts with grey socks (knee or ankle length, not trainer socks)
  • Charcoal skirt/pinafore with green or grey tights or white or grey socks (knee or ankle length, not trainer socks)
  • Green check summer dress
  • Waterproof Coat
  • Black 'school' shoes (no trainers or boots)

PE Kit

Foundation Stage, Key Stage One and Key Stage Two:

All items must be brought to school on the first day of term in a named *PE bag. PE bags and kit will be sent home on the last day of term for washing and to allow parent/carers to check all items still fit.

  • *White T-shirt
  • Navy shorts cotton or nylon
  • White sports socks 
  • Trainers (to provide adequate support for physical activity)
  • Plimsolls or a second pair of trainers for indoor PE
  • tracksuit or plain tracksuit bottoms and plain sweatshirt
  • Sun hat / * Sports cap

Hair, Accessories and Hats 

  • Hair is expected to be dressed neatly and appropriately for school
  • For health and hygiene reasons, long hair should be tied back
  • Hair accessories should be practical and conform to school colours (neutral, white, grey, green). They do not include head scarves / bandanas which may only be worn for verifiable religious or medical purposes.
  • A wide brimmed sun hat / *sports cap is actively encouraged for sunny weather and outdoor PE.
  • Nail varnish is not permitted.
  • Make up is not permitted.
  • Tattoos  transfers or similar are not permitted. Henna tattoos are acceptable if worn for religious events or celebrations.

Jewellery & Watches

  • Only one pair of small plain stud earrings is permitted. Earrings must be removed by the child for PE and should be stored safely (a named, lidded container works well). Recently pierced ears may be covered with medical tape which must be provided and applied by the child. If a child is unable to remove earrings then these must be removed at home on PE days.
  • For health and hygiene reasons, school staff will not make personal contact with a pupil’s ears or earrings.
  • No other jewellery is permitted (unless for verifiable religious or health reasons).
  • Watches should be named.
  • All items are the sole responsibility of the child.

It is our school policy that all children wear school uniform in school and whilst on trips. This policy is based on the belief that school uniform:

  • a sense of pride in the school;
  • gives a sense of community and belonging;
  • is practical and smart;
  • identifies children with the school;
  • is not distracting in class (as fashion items can be);
  • makes children feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance;
  • is regarded as suitable, and good value for money, by most parents; and
  • has been designed with health and safety in mind.

NB Please name every item of school wear so that lost property may be returned swiftly to its owner.
Our School Uniform policy has been ratified by our School Governing Body.

A selection of second hand uniform is available to purchase from the second hand uniform shop from the school office.