Button Lane Primary School

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School Uniform

School uniform is worn throughout the school and encourages a sense of belonging and identity. Our children are proud to wear their school uniform and represent their school.

School uniform is worn from Nursery to Year 6.

Our school colours are royal blue and yellow.

 

  • Grey trousers, pinafore or skirt
  • Yellow polo shirt 
  • Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan
  • Royal blue/white or yellow/white check summer dress
  • Plain black/white/grey socks or tights
  • Black school shoes - trainers are unacceptable

In addition to the main uniform, your child will need a rain coat and a pair of wellingtons for Nursery/Reception for Forest School throughout the year.

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

P.E. Kit

It is essential that children's P.E. kit is clearly labelled and kept in a marked P.E. bag in school at all times. We recommend taking P.E. kit home on Fridays and returning it on Mondays so that your child can take part in all sports activities throughout the week.

P.E. kit:

  • black plimsolls/trainers
  • plain white t-shirt (available with school badge)
  • plain black shorts
  • plain black jogging trousers in case of cold weather
  • plain black hoody/jumper in case of cold weather

Branded clothing and football shirts etc. are unacceptable.

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

Purchasing School Uniform

You can now buy uniform through Stitch Design. 

We have a small amount of stock you can purchase from the school office.

Prices:

Cardigan - £10

Sweatshirt - £8.15

Polo shirt - £7

Reversible Jacket - £17.95

Book Bag - £8 (available at the school office)  

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.

 

Thank you

We thank all our parents and carers who actively support our school uniform code and reward our pupils who demonstrate this as they are representing our school perfectly.