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Uniform and Equipment

At Ferrars Junior School there is a uniform which all pupils are expected to wear. Our uniform is not only smart and practical, but it also gives the children a sense of belonging, and of being important members of the school community. We encourage parents and children to ensure that the uniform is worn smartly and with pride. For reasons of Health and Safety, children are required to change into P.E. kit for P.E. and Games lessons.


School Ties are optional and are available from the office or you can order one on ParentMail.  Please see the links below for where you can buy our school uniform.


The standard school uniform is as below:




White polo t-shirt

Bottle Green Jumper or Cardigan

Bottle Green Jumper or Cardigan

Grey or Black Trousers (long or short)

Grey or Black Skirt/Pinafore; Long Grey or Black Trousers; Green or Gingham Dress (Summer Term)

Sensible Black Shoes (TRAINERS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE) All pupils should wear black shoes that are strong, safe and sensible.  High-heeled shoes or boots are not acceptable to wear in school. 

Green shorts and a white short sleeved shirt for P.E. & plimsolls(indoors)

Trainers for outdoor P.E., black joggers, a white t-shirt and a Ferrars Hoodie (Hoodies are now available to buy from the school in sizes 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-13, XS and S for £14.50. These can be bought on ParentMail or from the office
Named water bottle
Wellies or old trainers for outdoor learning days
Jewellery - No jewellery is to be worn to school, except small stud earrings (which must be removed for PE and swimming).  Hoop earrings and larger studs can be very dangerous and are unsuitable for school, as are necklaces, rings or bracelets
Hijabs: As a school, we are happy for pupils to wear a hijab as part of their religious dress; however, we do have the following requirements:  1. The hijab must be easily removed and replaced by the child,  2.  Hijabs must be removed for PE, 3.  The should be made of green fabric, to match school uniform

All articles of clothing, including shoes, must be clearly labelled with your child's name.  It is important that shoes, especially trainers, be marked.