Button Lane, Manchester, Lancashire M23 0ND

0161 945 1965

Button Lane Primary School

Only the best is good enough

School Uniform

School uniform is worn throughout the school and we believe it encourages a sense of belonging and identity. School uniform is worn from Nursery to Year 6.

 

School colours are royal blue and yellow

Boys

Grey trousers
Yellow polo shirt 
Royal blue sweatshirt
Plain black, white or grey socks
Black shoes

Girls

Grey trousers, pinafore or skirt
Yellow polo shirt 
Royal blue cardigan or sweatshirt
Plain black, grey or white socks or tights
Royal blue/white check summer dress
Black shoes

In addition to the main uniform, your child may need a rain coat and a pair of wellingtons for nursery/ reception.

PE bags, and satchels are all available with our school logo.

We thank all our parents and carers who actively support our school uniform code.

 

Please mark all items of clothing with your child’s name.

 

You can purchase uniform from the school office.

 

Prices:

Cardigan - £11

Sweatshirt - £10

Polo shirt - £8.50

School Satchel - £7.00

PE Bag - £6.00

You can now buy uniform through Tesco Direct.

Google Tesco Direct

Search ‘School uniform’

In the highlights section, select ‘Uniform Embroidery Service’

In the search bar type in ‘Button Lane’ and click search

You can now shop for Button Lane uniforms

 

Alternatively, you can copy the link into the search bar

 

https://www.tesco.com/direct/button-lane-primary-school/15335.school

 

P.E. Kit

For gymnastics children work in bare feet, but for other activities it is essential that they are provided with a P.E. kit, clearly labelled and kept at school in a properly marked bag 

All children need:

Foundation Stage/KS1

black shorts/jogging trousers (cold weather),
white t-shirt (available with school badge).
plimsolls

KS2

white t-shirt in team colour
pair of black/jogging trousers (cold weather)
plimsolls

 

Jewellery

In the interest of safety no jewellery should be worn. The only exception is plain stud earrings.

Watches may be worn by children but the school cannot be responsible for the safeguarding of such items.