School Uniform

 Children are able to wear any combination from the uniform list below.

Please use the following link to purchase uniform direct from our supplier.


Lime Wood Primary Uniform

You can also source plain jumpers/cardigans/polo shirts from all major supermarkets.

Everyday Wear 

Charcoal Grey cardigan/jumper with the school emblem, white polo shirt with the school emblem or plain blouse/shirt (long or short sleeved).

Charcoal Grey skirt/pinafore or smart grey trousers (not fashion trousers) and grey socks/tights.

Black school shoes (no boots or trainers).

Plain hairbands.

Book bags with the school emblem.


Summer Option

 Smart grey shorts, green and white gingham school dresses with white socks, sandals (not slip-on) and a sun hat.


PE Kit (All)

White round necked t-shirt with the school emblem, black shorts, plimsolls for indoor PE, trainers for outdoor PE.

PE bag with a drawstring top with the school emblem. Black tracksuits may be worn outside in Winter.


Forest School (EYFS Only)

 Wellies and navy all weather suit



Watches may be worn in Year 3 and above.

One pair of stud earrings (which will be removed during PE by the child.
(Please note that staff are not permitted to remove earrings.)


Please label all items clearly

Mobile phones, tablets, iPads and all other mobile devices are not allowed in school.


Our school champions the right of staff and students to embrace all Afro-hairstyles. We acknowledge that Afro-textured hair is an important part of our Black staff and students’ racial, ethnic, cultural, and religious identities, and requires specific styling for hair health and maintenance.

We welcome Afro-textured hair worn in all styles including, but not limited to, afros, locs, twists, braids, cornrows, fades, hair straightened through the application of heat or chemicals, weaves, wigs, headscarves, and wraps.

At this school, we recognise and celebrate our staff and students’ identities. We are a community built on an ethos of equality and respect where hair texture and style have no bearing on anyone’s ability to succeed.

The Halo Code focuses on hair textures and styles most commonly associated with the Black community. The term Black has historically been used as a racial and political label. Here, we use it to refer to people of the African Diaspora, including those with mixed heritage, who as a result of their ancestry have Afro-textured hair.

The Halo Code is a gender neutral approach. 

We may issue further guidance around Afro-texture hair and protective styles, for example;
- That head wraps and scarves should reflect other elements of the dress code such as our school colours.
- That hair be tied up for health and safety reasons, when appropriate.
- That hair colour is reflective of the wider dress code policy.