School uniform

Westcott Primary School has a strict uniform policy and all pupils must wear the correct clothing. This policy is strongly supported by the governors and parents of the school.  The school colours are Blue and White.

Girls

Blue sweatshirt with school logo
White polo shirt with school logo
Black or dark grey trousers or shorts
Blue cardigan with school logo
Dark grey pinafore or skirt
Blue summer dress

Boys

Blue Sweatshirt with school logo
White polo shirt with school logo
Black or dark grey trousers or shorts

PE & sports kit

Blue or White T-shirt with Logo and Black Shorts with appropriate footwear.

We do ask for reasons of health and safety that the wearing of jewellery is kept to a minimum. A wristwatch and stud type earrings may be worn if you consider the child old enough to take responsibility for them (both of these must be removed for PE).

All uniform is available to order direct from the supplier:

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