Grey trousers, shorts or skirts.
White school polo shirt or plain white polo shirt.
Blue school jumper or sweatshirt with school logo.
Blue school cardigan or sweat cardigan with school logo.
Grey or white socks (children may wear black or grey tights on cooler days but socks are required for PE)
Black shoes (should be appropriate for school, not high heels, boots or platforms)
Trainers may only be worn for outside games and playtimes.
Jewellery should not be worn for school with the exception of a watch.
For warmer days, blue gingham checked or striped dresses may be worn. (If bought as a two-piece they must be worn together and not mix and matched with school uniform).
Sunhats and UV protective sunglasses may be worn, but school do not take any responsibility for loss or damage. Please provide your child with a hard glasses case for storage.
- In colder weather where windows are open for ventilation to prevent the spread of Covid, children may wear a school fleece on top of their vest, t-shirt or jumper.
- Pump bag
- Black shorts (not cycling shorts)
- White t-shirt
- Grey or white socks
- Black Pumps / trainers for outside (velcro fastening preferable)
- Black jogging pants (plain only)
- Black long sleeved sweatshirt
- Clothing items with school logo are available but any unbranded alternative is permitted for the P.E. kit.
- Long hair should be tied back for PE.
During PE lessons, if the weather is mild & dry the children will be outside where we have ample playground facilities. If the weather is cold & wet then the hall will be used. During the late autumn & spring months the normal school shorts & T–shirts will possibly need to be layered with black jogging pants and black sweatshirts.
Uniform items with the school motif are on sale through our new school uniform shop which is supplied by Stitch Design Ltd which can be accessed here. Enter Wincham in the school name and follow the straightforward onscreen instructions. You can pay online and the items will be delivered to school.
Please remember to fully label all clothing and equipment.
If a child wishes to dress in the clothes associated with one’s gender identity, rather than biological sex, it can be a very daunting and difficult time for both the child and the parent. Care must be taken to ensure that trans children and young people are supported during this time. (Taken from the Trans Inclusion Toolkit 2017) Should this be the case, please do not hesitate to speak to your child’s class teacher so we can support your child and yourselves appropriately.