School Uniform

We see every child as an ambassador for our school and expect them to take a real pride in their appearance. There are two uniforms: The uniform for Key Stage 1 (Infants) consists of grey skirt/pinafore or trousers and a red checked blouse or shirt. Pupils in Key Stage 2 (Juniors) wear a white shirt and school tie, which is presented to them by the Headteacher at the end of Year 2.

For a full uniform list including sportswear, see below.

There are two ways to buy uniform:

  • Grey Shorts/trousers (worsted style only), skirt, pinafore dress or culottes
  • Red V-necked jumper or cardigan with school logo
  • Red/white gingham shirt in infants, white shirt and school tie for juniors
  • Plain grey, white or red socks (not trainer socks) or tights
  • Plain hair elastics (grey, black, white or red) or red and white gingham hair elastics for boys or girls with long hair
  • Black school shoes (not trainer, ballet pump or or boot style, flat heeled only)
  • Red fleece with ECS logo for outdoor wear only (optional)
  • Outdoor coat/jacket (either ECS reversible jacket available from the uniform shop or plain coloured)
  • ECS book bag in infants/ECS back pack or plain coloured suitable back pack in juniors
  • Art Overall/old adult shirt with cut down sleeves

Sportswear

  • ECS PE Bag
  • Grey school T-shirt with school logo (infants)/red polo sports shirt (juniors)
  • Plain black shorts/skort
  • Red sweatshirt (infants) or hoodie (juniors) with logo and plain black track suit trousers/leggings
  • Plimsolls – black or white
  • Trainers for outdoor games (although plimsolls may be worn if preferred)
  • ECS Swimming Bag
  • Red or White Swimming Hat marked with child’s name
  • Swimming trunks or swimming costume – not ‘shorts’ style trunks or bikinis

Jewellery

Please note that no jewellery (including earrings) or nail varnish should be worn to school.   If you choose to have your child’s ear/s pierced whilst they are at primary school it should be done at the start of the summer holiday to allow the piercings to heal and the studs to be removed before your child returns to school in September.

Watches are permitted as long as they are inexpensive, named and the child takes full responsibility for their safekeeping.