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Green Wrythe Primary School

School Uniform

Green Wrythe’s School Uniform

Green Wrythe school requires pupils to wear school uniform. We believe that a school uniform provides a sense of belonging and identity whilst setting an appropriate tone for an educational setting. 

Details of our school uniform requirements can be found below. 

In developing our school uniform, we have carefully considered what is required practically for classroom lessons or for sport, safeguarding and health and safety considerations, and our obligations under the Equality Act 2010, and we have taken account of the wishes of parents and pupils. We have also considered the cost implications for families and different groups of pupils and sought the best value – we have minimised the number of branded items so that parents have a choice of where they can shop, and we will avoid frequent uniform changes so that clothes can be passed on.

We also offer a second-hand uniform store as well as options for new shoes to ensure that families have low-cost options.

If you have any questions about our uniform, or are struggling through financial hardship, please contact us via the school office or talk to the Head Teacher (Mrs. Jones) or our Family Support Worker, who can be found at the school gates every morning or contacted on the school’s number.

Complaints about our school uniform should be dealt with under the school complaints policy.



  • Green sweatshirt or cardigan- one with the school logo is available from our school supplier (please ask office for details)
  • Black trousers (no leggings), shorts or skirt (skirt length – no shorter than above the knee)
  • Bottle green polo shirt with or without school logo
  • Hijab headdress can be black or dark green.
  • Black flat shoes (No trainers or boots)
  • White or black socks, green or black tights

Other optional items with our school logo are also available: waterproof coat, backpack, book bag and P.E. bag.

P.E. Kit

  • White t shirt
  • Plain black shorts and black jogging bottoms for the autumn/spring terms (weather dependent)
  • Trainers or plimsolls in KS1
  • Trainers for all Juniors (KS2)
  • All earrings must be removed independently for PE.

All articles of clothing must be clearly labelled with the child’s name. The school cannot accept responsibility for any lost items.

Early Years ( Reception and Nursery) have their own uniform adjustments - please see your welcome pack for details.

You can order branded uniform ( optional)  online through the My Clothing website please click on the link below, where you will find other (optional) branded jackets, fleeces and bags.

Children may wear polo shirts, sweatshirts and cardigans without the school logo if you wish to purchase uniform from other sources.

Jewellery and hair

  • The only jewellery allowed in school is a single pair of stud earrings.
  • Nail varnish, fake nails, make up and tattoos, including the stick-on variety, are not permitted.
  • Hair accessories need to be green, white or black.
  • Hair must be a natural colour. For short haircuts, nothing below a number 2 and no patterns.