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School Uniform

Our School Uniform


Dress to impress! – Our school uniform and the expectations.


We see school uniform as an essential part of school life. It is a symbol of belonging and something that unites all children at Fairview Community Primary School.


School uniform is available to purchase on-line from our uniform suppliers:


Alternatively, uniform can be purchased from most supermarkets - Tesco, Sainsburys etc.


We occasionally have some nearly new items available, please ask the school office should you require this.

Uniform Supplier Order Forms


  • Grey/black/navy trousers, shorts, skirt or pinafore dress

  • Pale blue polo shirt

  • Navy blue sweatshirt/cardigan (with or without the Fairview logo)

  • Black school shoes/boots

  • Grey, navy, black or white socks or tights


Children with long hair should have it tied back at all times for health and safety.


PE Kit

  • House colour t-shirt (with or without the Fairview logo)

  • Navy or black shorts/joggers/leggings

  • Navy or black sweatshirt/hoodie

  • Trainers only to be worn on P.E days - no laces if your child is unable to tie them.


Small stud earrings can be worn, but all jewellery, including watches, must be removed for PE lessons, after school clubs and sporting events. Earrings cannot be taped up.


All clothing and footwear should be clearly marked with the child’s name.  

Pupils who play football or hockey may require football boots and shin pads, this would be advised on the club letters.    


We provide a Fairview team strip for pupils who represent us in sporting events.


Small stud earrings can be worn, but all jewellery, including watches, must be removed for PE lessons, after school clubs and sporting events. Earrings cannot be taped up. If your child wears earrings on a PE day which they cannot remove, they may be asked to take on an alternative role such as umpire/referee, coach/judge or sports reporter, but they may not be able to take part physically in the full lesson, which may prevent them from reaching their full potential in PE and getting the government recommended time for physical activity for children. 


Children who wear watches to school must accept responsibility for them, we do not allow SMART watches and they must be taken off during PE lessons


Cosmetics, including nail varnish and makeup are strictly forbidden.