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Cubbington Church of England Primary School | Uniform Policy
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Uniform Policy

Our children are proud to wear school uniform which gives them a sense of identity and pride in belonging to Cubbington C of E School. Our uniform is simple and practical and the basic uniform is available at most chain stores.


  • Grey trousers, skirts, pinafore dresses
  • White or red polo shirts
  • Red Sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo*
  • Black shoes suitable for indoor and outdoor activities (not trainers or boots.)


Optional – Red fleeces, for outdoor wear only, are available to order

In the summer girls may wear red checked or striped dresses.


P.E. Kit


Red T Shirt (logo optional)

For 2020/21 “lockdown” t-shirt available

Black shorts
Footwear – Plimsolls are needed for games. Gymnastics is done in bare feet. Trainers are not allowed for indoor PE.



A pump bag is useful for storing P.E. kit.  Children must not bring large bags as storage space is limited.


*Items with a school logo can be purchased directly from our main supplier:


Further details are available from school




Children in Key Stage 2 go swimming for one term each year. Information about what they need for swimming lessons will be given to you by the class teacher.


Wellies – Reception


The reception children spend a lot of time outdoors all year round. It is helpful to have a pair of wellies for each child to help keep them clean. This is optional but if you would like to provide a pair of wellies to keep in the classroom please ensure they are clearly labelled.




Jewellery must not be worn to school. Children with pierced ears may wear studs, but in order to comply with health and safety guidance, these will need to be covered over during PE lessons.


Personal Belongings


Money and other valuables should not be brought to school, unless required for a specific activity.


Mobile phones should not be brought into school. If a child is walking home from school and you wish them to have a mobile phone for this purpose then this must be handed into the office for safe keeping at the beginning of the day and collected by the child before they leave the premises at the end of the day.


School is unable to accept responsibility for the loss of, or damage to, any valuables or personal belongings that have not been handed into the office for safe keeping.


Lost Property


Please name all articles of clothing, as a great deal of time can be wasted looking for owners of items that are not named. Lost property is displayed regularly for families to check and claim. If items are not claimed after a term they are put into the second hand clothes bank run by our PTA or recycled.

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