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Winnall Primary School


To encourage all children to be proud of being part of Winnall Primary School, we expect all children to come to school in their school uniform. School uniform enhances the appearance of pupils and helps to create a purposeful atmosphere.


The uniform is reasonably and competitively priced which can counteract the effects of financial hardship.
School Uniform consists of:


  • Grey or black skirts, trousers or pinafores
  • White or blue blouses or polo shirts
  • Blue and white checked or striped summer dresses
  • Blue school cardigan, jumper or fleece


  • Grey or black shorts or trousers
  • White or blue shirts or polo shirts
  • Blue school jumper or fleece



For reasons of Health & Safety no open toe-sandals are allowed unless your child is wearing socks.  


PE Kit:

This is a requirement for every child. Please supply a full change of kit for your child in a labelled bag and ensure it is in school at all times.  The PE kit consists of:

  • Blue or White T-shirt

  • Black, Grey or Blue shorts

  • Plimsolls or Trainers for KS1

  • Trainers for KS2

  • For the winter/colder months, children may have a sweatshirt and/or tracksuit bottoms (blue, black or grey)


Please note – Pupils must have a change of footwear for P.E and will not be permitted to wear their school shoes. Leggings are not acceptable for P.E.


Where Can I Buy The Uniform?

Logo polo shirts, jumpers and cardigans can all be purchased online at Skoolkit (click on the link below) or via the Skoolkit store in Eastleigh.  Supermarkets are a great place for buying good quality school uniform and Winnall Tesco is the most local store.


Some items with the Winnall logo are available in the school office, but please note that limited sizes are held.  The office usually stock cardigans, sweatshirts and polo shirts.


The school office also stocks Winnall Logo P.E. Bags and Winnall Logo Bookbags.


We recommend that children do not wear any jewellery in school for the sake of the children’s safety.  All jewellery should be removed for P.E. lessons.  Therefore, if parents have not removed earrings, children should learn to remove and replace their own.  If they do not, their ears will be covered with tape during P.E. lessons to prevent any accidental damage to themselves or others.


Similarly, we discourage children from wearing nail polish or from having extensions in their nails or hair.

The School Uniform Policy above sets out the school's expectations regarding uniform.