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Blenhein Primary School

School Uniform

All children are encouraged to wear our school uniform, though it is not compulsory


The recommended school colours are navy blue sweatshirts or jumpers, with grey, black or navy blue bottoms.

We also have a smart fleece with the school emblem on.In warm weather the recommended top colour is white.  In the warm weather they can wear grey shorts with the T-shirt or blue checked pinafore.  It would also be acceptable for girls to wear shalwar kameez either in navy blue, grey or black with the school sweatshirt. 

The school sweatshirt, fleece and T-shirt are available by placing an order through the school office. Headwear including hoods must be removed when entering the school building unless they are part of the child’s religion. All pupils should come to school dressed appropriately for weather conditions.




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Water Bottles £2.00

School Bags £5.00

(The first one is free)

Sweatshirt £8.00


T-shirt £6.00

Fleece £10.00



Jewellery and Makeup

The only jewellery permitted in school is stud ear rings and watches. Necklaces can only be worn for religious reasons and these should not be exposed.


Your child will usually have two PE sessions a week, one indoor and one outdoor.

You child will need to bring an appropriate PE kits, in a plastic or fabric bag which need to be at school for every PE lesson. It can be left at school before being taken home for washing. 

There is no set uniform for PE, although pupils must bring in a change of tops, shorts or tracksuit bottoms that are suitable for running around in. Generally children will have bare feet in the hall but must have plimsolls or trainers for outdoor PE or they will not be able to safely participate. Outdoor P.E. continues in the winter so warm P.E. clothing is a good idea.

PE is a really important part of our curriculum and we very much appreciate your support in making sure that your child has the correct PE kit in school on the correct day.