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School Uniform

We are keen to foster a sense of pride in Curridge Primary School and wearing a uniform represents a sense of belonging. Our uniform is designed to be smart, equal to the demands of the school day and easy to look after. Wearing  aunifrom also means that5 when we leave the classroom and explore the world beyond, our children are easy to spot and keep safe.

No child will be discriminated against or excluded from any activity because of the cost or availability of a uniform. In cases of difficulty, parents/carers are encouraged to approach the school office for help.

Our school colours are bottle green, grey and white. Purple sweatshirts are worn in Year 6.

Boy's Uniform      

  • Grey trousers or shorts
  • White shirts or polo shirts; bottle green polo shirts with school emblem
  • Green sweatshirt with school emblem (purple in Year 6)
  • Grey or black socks

Girl's Uniform      

  • Grey skirts, tunics, trousers or shorts
  • White blouses or polo shirts; bottle green polo shirts with school emblem
  • Green sweatshirt or cardigan with school emblem (purple in Year 6)
  • Green gingham checked dresses
  • White or grey socks; black, grey or green thick tights


School shoes should be black with a strap or fastenings of either Velcro, buckles or laces. School shoes should not be trainers, boots, open-toed sandals, novelty shoes with flashing lights, ballet slippers or pumps. Chidren may bring  outdoor footwear; trainers or wellington boots for use, in wet weather, at break times. Children should be able to remove, put on and fasten their shoes independently. 

PE Kit

Plain white or bottle green t-shirts (not school polo shirts) with plain black, white or grey shorts; non-marking trainers and short white socks; leggings or tracksuit trousers with a green or grey sweatshirt (for cold weather)

Please be aware that plimsolls are no longer considered suitably supportive for sporting activities. Children may do some activities indoors in bare feet.


Because of space restrictions, drawstring bags should be used for PE kit rather than rucksacks please. Drawstring bags and book bags with the school logo are available from the School Office.


Children may wear watches in school at their own risk. Alarms must be turned off so that they do not disturb lessons.  Only stud earrings can be worn in school.  During PE, ear studs should either be removed or taped over.  (Please supply your own tape.)


Children must tie back hair that is shoulder-length or longer. Hair accessories should be in school colours (bottle green, grey, white or black).

Lost Property

Please label your child's clothes and shoes. Clearly-named lost property is returned to children. Unmarked lost property is collected in labelled boxes near the front office which parents are welcome to look through at the end of the school day. While we will try to help trace lost items, children's possessions are their own responsibility.

Buying Uniform

Sweatshirts, sweatshirt cardigans, t-shirts and polo shirts with the school emblem can be purchased from Trutex Newbury, The Kennet Centre, Newbury, RG14 5EN http://trutexuniformsnewbury.co.uk

Baseball caps, waterproof fleeces, PE bags and book bags with the school emblem can be purchased at school.

Many items of good-quality second hand uniform are available.  Sales are held regularly at school events or please speak to the School Office. Good-quality, washed and ironed donations are always welcome.

If payment presents any difficulty, please speak, in confidence, to MrsTully or Mrs Brock in the school office.

All items worn or brought to school should be clearly marked with the child's name.

If there is a variation from the dress code a note from parents is required.


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