Skip to content ↓

William Shrewsbury Primary School
William Shrewsbury
Primary School
Learning and Growing Together

School Uniform

 

We are very proud of the smart appearance of our pupils and we value the support we have from parents to maintain these high standards. Our uniform is an attractive royal blue colour with white tops and grey skirts and trousers. Items of uniform can be purchased from any major clothing retailer and items with our school logo on can be obtained from clothing4schools at a very reasonable cost.

http://clothing4schools.com/

SCHOOL UNIFORM LIST

Sweatshirts, polo shirts, tee-shirts and fleece jackets, all with the school logo, are available to purchase from Clothing 4 Schools, Unit 1 & 2 Crown Industrial Estate, Anglesey Road, Burton on Trent.  Parents and pupils are recommended to select the appropriate clothing from the following:

Boys Girls
Grey trousers or shorts Grey skirt, trousers or pinafore
Royal blue sweatshirt Royal blue cardigan or sweatshirt
White polo shirt or white shirt White polo shirt or white shirt
Blue tie - optional but advisable for years 5 & 6 (available from school Royal blue & white check dress (summer)
  Grey or white socks or tights
  Blue tie - optional but advisable for years 5 & 6 (available from school

Fleeces should only be worn outdoors.  Clothing displaying pictures or words is not allowed.

Children should wear sensible black shoes - with safety being of prime importance - and not trainers or basketball boots.

No jewellery may be worn at any time except wrist-watches and one sleeper or plain stud earring per ear - both of which must be removed for all physical education (Parents to remove earrings for younger children before school).  Hair bobbles, slides and headbands should be plain.

To participate fully  in physical education it is recommended pupils will have:

Black pumps

White shorts

White T-shirt

Appropriate footwear for football and outdoor games                         Years 4, 5, 6

Suitable swimwear (trunks or swimsuit), towel & bathing cap              Years 3, 4

A draw-string pump bag is preferred with the pupils name on the outside.  Because of a lack of cloakroom space, large sports bags are not permitted.

For Art and Technology an apron or other form of protective clothing is considered essential within KS2.