The Ickleford Primary School uniform is practical but smart, and we expect all of our children to wear it neatly and with pride. Children are expected to arrive at and leave school in the correct uniform (including black school shoes and school colours socks/tights) and represent the school positively when out in the community wearing their uniform.
Our school uniform is red, white and grey and can be bought from any retailer. A comprehensive list of items can be found below. Optional school embroidered sweatshirts and cardigans, P.E. kit, summer caps, and reading book bags (required in Reception and KS1) are available to order from our online supplier, Price & Buckland.
From time to time, our PTA and other charitable organisations arrange second hand sales. Information of such events will be advertised on our school newletters.
Please label/name every items of your child’s clothing.
School Uniform List
Red school sweatshirt or cardigan (required)
Red/white summer checked gingham dress (optional from Easter to October half term).
Grey tunic or skirt or grey tailored, straight trousers (required) - no leggings or jeans
White blouse or white polo shirt (required)
Sensible outdoor school shoes - BLACK (required)
White or grey socks (required)
White, grey or red tights (required)
Trainers - to be kept in school for playtime and PE (required)
Red school sweatshirt (required)
Grey summer shorts (optional from Easter to October half term).
Long grey tailored trousers (required) - no jeans or jogging bottoms
White shirt or white polo shirt (required)
Sensible outdoor shoes - BLACK (required)
Grey or black socks (required)
Girls' and Boys' PE Kit
Red shorts (required)
White T-shirt (required)
Socks (if tights are worn to school)
Plain black tracksuit jogger (required) - (no branded labels)
Plain black round neck sweatshirt (required)
Trainers for outdoor PE and playtime to be kept in school (required). Please ensure trainers are velcro fastened until your child can tie their laces.
A clearly named red draw string bag to hold their PE kit.
N.B. Outdoor PE will still continue, even in colder months
For our sports day, in the summer term, children are assigned a house colour of either red, blue, green and yellow. We recently started a new tradition of the children wearing a plain coloured t-shirt to represent their house for this event. Children will remain in the same coloured house for the remainder of their time at school. Siblings will be placed in the same house. Children will also be required to wear their t-shirt at the end of some units of PE. Our sports coach organises inter-house mini games competitions in each class to consolidate their learning and the t-shirts are worn to differentiate the teams.
PE items with the Ickleford Primary School logo can also be purchased from Price and Buckland online. However, generic items from other suppliers, such as high street retailers and supermarkets are permitted.
PE Kit - summer (indoor) and winter
PTA Uniform Exchange
Please see the link above to join the Facebook group. If you are not a Facebook user and want to get involved, please email via PTA email and let us know which sizes and items you require and we can keep a look out for you.
Reception children will be required to leave a pair of named wellies in school for outdoor play.
Reception and KS1 require book bags available form Price and Buckland.
KS2 require small ruck sacks from any retailer.
Water bottle - clear plastic with a sports cap (no metal with a screw top)
Watches (optional): discrete, simple and single function digital and analogue watches only, for the sole purpose of learning to tell the time. No iwatches or fitbits.
Small gold or silver stud earrings only.
Long hair must be tied back at all times, irrespective of gender, using simple hair bands or scrunchies in school colours.
No shaved designs, shaved heads, coloured hair or highlights.
No nail varnish or temporary tattoos.
To ensure the safeguarding of all children and staff, the governing board have agreed that children are not permitted to bring mobile phones into school.
By accepting a place for their child at Ickleford Primary School, it is expected that parents and their children will abide by the school's policies, rules and ethos.