Pride in our school
At Kimpton, Thruxton and Fyfield Church of England Primary School our children are proud to be members of our school and wear our uniform. The uniform has been designed to be practical for a primary school whilst reflecting the high standards expected at school - it is to be worn with pride at all times. Please click here to view our existing
We feel that it is important that children learn to dress smartly and appropriately. They grow up at Kimpton understanding that most secondary schools and later in life, businesses, require smart, professional dress.
We look to parents to work with the school to ensure that children come to school always maintaining a high standard of dress and with at least a minimum of the correct colours in their clothing.
We value learning so highly that we do not send children home to change. However, we hope that we do not have to deal with uniform transgressions.
Judgements about acceptability of uniform and appearance can only be made by Kimpton staff and ultimately the Headteacher.
It is our policy that all children wear school uniform when attending school or when participating in an event organised by the School.
School uniform consists of:
- Grey trousers or shorts, skirt or pinafore which must be of an appropriate length, neither too long nor too short;
- White polo shirt;
- Plain white or grey socks;
- Knitted blue V necked sweater or cardigan with school logo;
- Blue fleece with school logo (for outdoor wear only);
- Blue gingham dress;
- Black sensible shoes or, during summer months, sensible sandals.
- T shirt according to your child’s House colour (red, blue, green or yellow)
- Plain navy football-style shorts or plain navy leggings
- Plimsolls or trainers for outdoor PE
- Navy blue hoodie (embroidered if possible but not essential)
- Navy tracksuit bottoms
Support in buying school uniform may be available for those parents whose children are eligible for free school meals.
School uniform can be purchased from either:
Please note that both companies offer an embroidery service to personalise uniform for a small additional cost.
All items of clothing need to be named and children need to be encouraged at home and school to take care of their own property.