Uniform

KLS School Uniform Policy

Primary School Uniform – EYFS, KS1 & KS2


Main Uniform

  • Light blue polo shirt with a collar
  • Black trousers / shorts / black knee length skirt
  • Black sweatshirt / jumper or cardigan. Learners should not wear ‘hoodies’
  • Black, flat soled, comfortable shoes with Velcro or laces

PE Kit

For all PE lessons learners will need:

  • A blue t-shirt
  • Black shorts or black jogging bottoms
  • Plimsolls / trainers.

In the winter they may also bring jogging bottoms to keep warm outside.

As part of their PE lessons, learners may have swimming lessons.  They need to bring:

  • A towel
  • Swimming costume/trunks. The swimming costume trunks need to be appropriate for sport and remain opaque when wet.  Fashion costumes/Bermuda shorts are not appropriate for use in school.
  • Comb/brush

Keeping personal items safe

Please label clothes and all personal items and ensure that your young person recognises new personal pieces of property (for PE or class use) when you purchase them.

Secondary School Uniform – KS3 & KS4

Main Uniform

  • Light blue polo shirt with a collar
  • Black trousers / shorts / black knee length skirt
  • Black sweatshirt / jumper or cardigan. Learners should not wear ‘hoodies’
  • Black, flat soled, comfortable shoes with Velcro or laces

PE Kit

For all PE lessons learners will need:

  • A blue t-shirt
  • Black shorts or black jogging bottoms
  • Plimsolls / trainers.

In the winter they may also bring jogging bottoms to keep warm outside.

As part of their PE lessons, learners may have swimming lessons.  They need to bring:

  • A towel
  • Swimming costume/trunks. The swimming costume trunks need to be appropriate for sport and remain opaque when wet.  Fashion costumes/Bermuda shorts are not appropriate for use in school.
  • Comb/brush

Hairstyles & Make-up

No extreme hairstyles and colours (to include patterns shaved into hair). Only natural looking make-up to be worn. If you have any queries about your young person’s hairstyle please contact the school to discuss suitability.

Keeping personal items safe

Please label clothes and all personal items and ensure that your young person recognises new personal pieces of property (for PE or class use) when you purchase them.

KS5 / 6th Form School Uniform

In 6th Form, learners wear smart casual clothes (no hoodies).

They also need to bring a change of clothing for PE and out door.

Hairstyles & Make-up

No extreme hair styles and colours (to include patterns shaved into hair).

Only natural looking make-up to be worm.

If you have any queries about your young person’s hair style please contact the school to discuss.

Keeping personal items safe

Please label clothes and all personal items and ensure that your young person recognises new personal pieces of property (for PE or class use) when you purchase them.