Greenford Church of England VC Primary School

The Church of England

School Uniform

We believe that a school uniform should be as simple, practical and affordable as possible and hope you will find the following options helpful.

It is most important that all items of clothing are clearly named.

All school uniform detailed below is required. However, branded uniform is not neccessary. Generic items of the same colour and purpose is acceptable.

Branded uniform can be purchased from the school office or second hand uniform can be purchased from FOGS (Friends of Greenford School).  

Boys Uniform

Black trousers/black shorts

White shirt / White polo shirt

Plain navy jumper or school sweatshirt

Plain black / grey socks

Black shoes – not trainers / boots – unless agreed to support a physical/medical need


Girls Uniform

Black skirt/black trousers/black shorts

White shirt / White polo shirt

Plain navy jumper / cardigan or school sweatshirt / cardigan

White socks / Black / grey tights

Black shoes (not trainers / boots / open toe sandals) - unless agreed to support a physical/medical need

Summer months – blue gingham summer dress

In poor weather conditions children may wear boots to walk to school and then change into school shoes on arrival.


P.E. Kit

Children are expected to dress correctly for P.E. for health and safety reasons. Each child will require:

Black plimsolls or non-marking trainers

Black shorts

White t-shirt

Children may need warmer outdoor PE kit in the winter in plain, school colours e.g. jogging bottoms / leggings and sweatshirts.



Children are not allowed to wear jewellery in school other than stud earrings for those with pierced ears. Earrings worn will be covered with tape during PE sessions.

Watches may be worn; children must be responsible for their own watch and this must be removed during any physical activity lesson. SMART watches with phones/cameras etc. are not permitted in school.


Make Up

All make up, along with nail varnish and false nails, may not be worn in school. The final decision on what is appropriate rests with the Headteacher.