School Uniform

Uniform / Dress Code at Crockerne Church of England Primary

The colours of our  school’s dress code are navy, grey and white. The following lists should guide your purchase of items of school dress to encourage uniformity and a true sense of collectiveness amongst the children. Uniform items with embroidered logos are available from the school office; other plain items are available from most high street retailers and stores.



Navy sweatshirt or cardigan with embroidered school logo

White, blue polo shirt or blouse (embroidered polo shirts available)

Grey pinafore, skirt or trousers (appropriate for school – not fashion items)

Grey, black or white socks or tights

Dark coloured shoes (school style – no fashion heels, Crok style or flip flops please)

Blue summer school dress


Navy sweatshirt or cardigan with embroidered school logo

White, blue shirt or polo shirt (embroidered polo shirts available)

Grey trousers

Grey or black socks (plain, no trainer socks)

Dark coloured shoes.

Branded trainers with gaudy colours should not be worn as everyday shoes for any child.


Fleece jackets with the school logo are available to buy


PE Clothing

A PE kit consisting of shorts and T-shirt for indoor wear is essential. Plain white T-shirts are required, with plain blue or black shorts.

A track-suit or other appropriate ‘warm loose’ clothing is essential for Key Stage 1 and 2 children as they undertake sports lessons outside throughout the year. (Please avoid hooded tops for Health and Safety reasons.) Please stick to school colours and avoid items with logos and slogans.

For outdoor PE trainers should be worn as they offer more support and grip in slightly damp conditions. A good idea is to keep an old pair of trainers at school purely for sports lessons.


All  children from year 2 to year 6 take part in swimming lessons from the beginning of Term 5 till the end of Term 1 . Girls should wear one-piece swimming costumes (no bikinis) and boys should wear swimming trunks (no baggy shorts which impede flow through the water).  Longer hair for both sexes must be tied back for all lesson, children can use a swimming cap.



The only jewellery permitted in school are stud earrings and a watch. Earrings (small studs only) need to be removed for all PE activities after they have been pierced for 6 weeks or more. Where a child has newly pierced ears, tape or plasters must be provided from home for covering to take place.

All long hair (boys and girls) needs to be tied back for every PE session.



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