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Broadwater Down Primary School

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Uniform is considered very important at Broadwater Down Primary School.  Wearing a uniform gives pupils a sense of belonging and being part of the school team or community.  Wearing it well shows that pupils have developed a sense of pride in their presentation and feel a responsibility to promote good impressions to visitors and the wider community.


How to purchase uniform 

There are several ways in which to purchase our school uniform.

 For items with logos, parents should:

  •  Purchase uniform directly online from Brigade at brigade.uk.com 
  • Speak to the school office about secondhand uniform available.

For items without logos, these are all available at local supermarkets. 

If you have any concerns regarding the cost of school uniform, please contact the Family Support Advisor.


For help with measurements, please see the video in the link below from Brigade

Brigade Measurement Video

Uniform Requirements 

Winter uniform 

Grey skirt, dress or tailored trousers

White polo shirt

White or grey socks or grey tights

Red sweatshirt or cardigan (preferably with school logo)

Plain black, flat shoes suitable for active play (not boots)

Suitable all weather coat


Wellington boots/ walking shoes which can be left at school for outside use

Reversible school jacket with school logo

Fleece jacket with school logo


Summer Uniform 

Summer red and white checked dress or grey tailored shorts

White polo shirt

White or grey socks

Red sweatshirt or cardigan (preferably with school logo)

Plain black, flat shoes suitable for active play

Waterproof jacket



School logo sunhat


PE Kit 

White T shirt

Red school sweatshirt or cardigan (preferably with school logo)

Plain, unbranded, black jogging suit trousers OR

Plain, unbranded, black leggings OR

Plain, unbranded, black shorts

Plimsolls or trainers


School logo T shirt


 Bags and Belongings

 All year R, 1 and 2 pupils are required to have a red school book bag. Children in Key Stage 2 can continue to use these or use their own choice of bag.



 For safety reasons, children are not permitted to wear jewellery in school. This includes earrings. If ears have been pierced, stud earrings may be worn, but should be removed for PE.  If ears have been pierced within 3 months medical tape should be worn over earrings during physical activity.  School will provide this.

 If any child needs to wear a piece of jewellery for medical or religious reasons, it should be removed or covered up during physical activity.

 No other fashion accessories should be worn.

Simple watches are permitted (no interactive watches).



Hair should be tied back if possible; it should not be coloured; and any hair accessories should be small.