All children who attend Abbots Farm Junior School are expected to take pride in their appearance and the school uniform is important in achieving that aim. Uniform is by definition restrictive but it does ensure all children are smartly and sensibly dressed, giving them pride in themselves and a sense of belonging to this school and all that means.

Shirt:  White or grey   or  school polo shirt
Trousers / Skirt   Grey / Black  (NOT fashion trousers or jeans)
Jumper: Royal blue V or round necked jumper or school sweatshirt
Socks: Black / Grey or white  (or  black/grey tights)
Summer dresses Small blue and white checks or stripes







Sensible black school shoes (Boots are allowed to be worn to and from school but not in school)

trainers are not allowed except for outdoor sports sessions

Inside P.E.

Abbots Farm sports shirt or white polo shirt

Black or white shorts

Short white socks

Black or white pumps


Outside P.E.

Yellow, red or green long sleeved shirt and socks, (house colours) with black or white shorts.


Tracksuit for cold weather (It is important that children have warm clothing for outside games, e.g. a tracksuit or old jumper & jogging bottoms.)


It is important for pupils to wear correct clothing for physical activities.  A complete change of kit is required for PE activities.  All clothing should be clearly labelled.  Jewellery must not be worn for sporting activities and long hair should be tied back.

On occasions, children may be asked to bring in an apron or an old shirt for cookery and/or art activities

Jewellery  and Hair

The only items that are considered appropriate are watches, and studs or sleepers worn in pierced ears (these must be removed for PE unless parents send a letter which will release the school and governors from all legal responsibilities in case of injury) The school will not allow jewellery or cosmetics unless for cultural reasons, and then only if approved by the Headteacher. 

Hair styles should emphasise tidiness and we do not allow extreme haircuts (such as shaved lines or heads). Hair should not be treated to alter its natural colouring and should not have designs shaved or coloured into it.  We also do not permit gel in the hair as this affects our PE mats, etc.  These are common expectations in all Rugby schools and we feel that this is a crucial part of our smart school uniform.

We believe that children should be encouraged to develop inner confidence

rather than rely on external image.


Purchasing Uniform

There is no single supplier of the school uniform and all the items listed below can be purchased from a number of suppliers. Abbots Farm sports shirts, sweatshirts, etc., bearing the school crest, can be purchased through ‘Webb Ellis’ St Matthews Street.  Book bags are no longer avilable at school but are stocked at the Webb Ellis shop along with the unifrom.  We also hold regularsecond-hand uniform stall where parents can purchase good quality donated clothing.

Lost Property

Any lost property is stored for a reasonable period of time, but it is often difficult to identify items that are not labelled.  If your child loses something they should check in the lost property box in the caretaker’s room.  Displays of lost property are periodically made and if it is not claimed then each term the items are given to the second hand uniform shop (held each month) or donated to support the Air Ambulance.





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