Necton Church of England Primary School

School Uniform

Our school uniform is aimed to be cheap and simple for you to purchase.  We do not require you to purchase items with the school logo on or to get them from one provider. You may purchase them from a retailer of your choice, or acquire them second-hand. 

We expect all children to come to school dressed smartly and wearing the correct uniform.  Hair that is long enough to be tied back, must be tied back with simple and plain accessories.

If you do wish to purchase items of uniform with our school logo on, please follow this link to the web page of our school uniform supplier.

Our school uniform


 All children are required to wear our school uniform to school. 

Our school uniform consists of:

  • White polo shirt
  • Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan
  • Blue check / gingham summer dresses
  • Black or grey trousers, shorts, tunic dress or skirt
  • White, black, blue or grey socks or tights
  • Flat and plain black enclosed shoes

 Your child can wear items with or without the school logo on.



PE kit MUST KEEP TO THE SCHOOL COLOURS and is to be worn to school on the days that your child has PE.  PE kit is still part of the school uniform your child is required to wear to school.

  • PE T-shirt:  Plain white or blue (no branding / logos other than our school logo)
  • PE shorts:  Plain black or blue (no branding / logos other than our school logo)
  • PE tracksuit:  Plain black or blue jogging bottoms/sweatshirt (no branding / logos / sports teams / etc)

All children are expected to wear the PE kit above. If you are in any doubt whatsoever, simply make sure the shorts and t-shirt are PLAIN with no pictures, logos, brand names etc on them.                


With the exception of watches (not smart watches) and stud earrings, children are not allowed to wear jewellery in school as it is easily lost or damaged and can be dangerous. 

Although stud earrings for pierced ears are acceptable for general wear, they must not be worn for P.E. lessons or sporting activities. 

A child who is wearing earrings in school will be asked to remove them themselves before taking part in physical activities and they must be responsible for looking after them.  Our staff are not permitted to remove the earrings for the child.  (This is made in consideration of the safety of the wearer and others and is in line with Norfolk County Council Health and Safety Policy for all Norfolk schools.)  If you are considering having your child’s ears pierced, we suggest having it done at the beginning of the six week holiday period.