We expect all pupils in full time school at South Hiendley Primary School to wear the correct school uniform. This ensures that all the pupils look smart and ready to learn. The uniform for children attending South Hiendley Primary School is as follows:
Burgundy jumper or cardigan (with or without the school logo)
White shirt or polo shirt (with or without the school logo)
Black or grey trousers / skirt
Red and white checked dress (optional for summer)
Practical footwear (black), no trainers
If you wish to purchase uniform embroidered with the school logo, please visit
Our school postcode is S72 9BY.
Children are not required to change their footwear indoors, however we would encourage children to make sure their shoes are clean so that dirt and mud are not brought into school. In the winter, boots or wellingtons may be used for break times and walking to/from school, with a change of suitable shoes for inside. During the warmer weather, children are encouraged to wear sun hats and suntan lotion for school.
Nail polish and / or false nails should not be worn by pupils during term time.
White round necked T shirt (with or without the school logo)
Black PE shorts
Bare feet for indoor PE
Trainers for outdoor PE
A tracksuit for outdoor PE during the colder weather
You will be informed of your child’s PE days by the class teacher. It is important that PE kit is brought to school on those days.
Children should not wear jewellery of any kind during PE lessons or sporting events. Watches and stud earrings should be removed prior to PE lessons. Long hair should be tied back securely for physical activity.
Please ensure that all coats, items of uniform and PE kit are clearly labelled with your child’s name so that they can be easily returned if they are mislaid. There is a lost property box/basket situated in the main entrance.
Necklaces, bracelets and rings should not be worn for school for health and safety reasons and because of the risk of them being lost or damaged. Small stud earrings and watches may be worn, but must be removed prior to PE lessons. The staff at school are not permitted to remove earrings. If you are planning on having your child’s ears pierced, we would advise that this takes place during the summer holidays.
To support your child to look smart and ready to learn, we ask that parents / carers ensure that:
- long hair is tied back
- hair is not coloured or dyed
- short hair is smart (preferably with no tramlines / patterns)