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School Uniform List – 2023 / 24

At Stocks Green we believe that having a uniform helps to build a sense of community.  As such, we have recently reviewed our uniform policy and have made a few minor alterations for the year ahead.  These minor adjustments have all been carried out with the desire to further foster this sense of community, as well as reducing overall costs for parents.  Our full updated uniform policy can be found here.


We ask that all items of school clothing are named.


Our School’s Uniform

Royal blue jumper or cardigan with logo

White polo shirt with or without logo

Grey trousers or shorts, skirt or tunic dress or blue and white checked dress

Grey tights or grey ¾ length socks with skirt or tunic dress

Grey socks (with trousers) or white ankle socks (with blue and white checked dress)

Black shoes (no trainers)


PE Kit

Navy blue sweatshirt with logo

Royal blue polo shirt with or without logo

Navy shorts or skorts, navy jogging or tracksuit bottoms (no skins)



KS2 Swimming Kit

Swimming trunks or one piece swimsuit


Recommended: goggles and a swim hat


Jewellery and Hairstyles

The only items of jewellery permitted in school are one pair of stud earrings and a watch.


Earrings must be removed for PE and swimming lessons.  If they cannot be removed for a medical reason, then they must be covered with medical tape. If a child cannot remove the earrings themselves then these should be removed at home on PE days. Staff are not allowed to assist in the removal/insertion of or taping up of earrings.  As such, we would ask that any ear piercing takes place at the beginning of the summer holidays to allow time for healing and, thus, removal of the earrings.

Watches can be worn in school.  However, they must not be a type of smart watch that can send messages, make a phone call or take pictures, for safeguarding reasons.


The school can accept no liability for the loss of any personal property.

Haircuts should be moderate in nature.  Long hair should be tied back and only small, neat hair accessories may be worn. Hair accessories should be discreet and ideally be in the school’s colours.  Make up, nail varnish or dyed hair is not permitted or considered acceptable for school.


All the items listed above are available from our School Uniform Supplier - brochures available from the school office or see link below.  You can also buy non-branded items from any generic store or supermarket.  A percentage of everything bought from our supplier's catalogue will return to the school to support your child's education.


The PTA also sells many second hand items of clothing this includes:

Logoed items (bookbags, backpacks, jumpers, cardigans, PE sweatshirts, hats, PE and white t-shirts) are priced at £2 and non-logoed items (trousers, pinafores, shorts, skirts, summer dresses and polo shirts) are £1.  PTA uniform sales are carried out on a termly basis.


Payment can be made via cash, cheque (made out to 'Stocks Green School Association') or by Paypal (

Paypal payment is subject to an individual transaction fee.


Alternatively, if you unable to attend the uniform sale, email with your uniform requirements for collection from school throughout the academic year.




Plain hats/school caps may be worn during the summer term by all pupils.


In Key Stage 2 (juniors), it is helpful if children come with a set of working tools like pencils, felt pens, a rubber, a sharpener and a short ruler in a small pencil case . Parents are also requested to provide their child with a school book bag (a branded version is available through the School Uniform supplier).


In an effort to minimise clutter and health & safety risks we ask that pupils do not bring large bags or rucksacks into school. School book bags should ideally be used - right up to the end of Year 6.


Lunch boxes

Please do not send over-sized lunch boxes to school. No glass bottles are permitted and drinks must have sports caps on. We are a nut free school, so request that no items containing nuts are sent into school.  No sweets must be brought to school.


Packed lunches must be stored on the shelves provided at school. You may like to use an ice pack in these, as we cannot provide refrigerated storage for the whole school.




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