School Uniform

The children of Meadowbank are proud to wear their school uniform. Their uniform helps to give them an identity and a pride about our school and avoids individual comparisons between children regarding the way they dress. We feel that wearing the uniform is important and we rely on support from families to encourage their child to be proud of their appearance. Uniform can be bought online from Monkhouse uniform suppliers at if you wish your child to wear a uniform with Meadowbank’s school logo on, however, uniform that is purchased from other retailers without our logo on is acceptable. Unfortunately, we do not hold any stock in school.


  • Black sturdy shoes (no trainers, boots or ballerina shoes)
  • Royal blue sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan. Sweatshirts must not have hoods.
  • Navy blue trousers, skirt or pinafore dress
  • In the summer girls may wear a blue and white checked dress or uniform playsuit and boys may wear navy blue short trousers. These should not be P.E. shorts.
  • White polo shirt or white collared shirt if your child is in Year 6
  • Year 6 wear a school tie.  Ties are available from the school office however; each child is given their tie as they move into year 6.
  • All uniform should be clearly labelled with the child's name.
  • Hair that is past shoulder length should be tied back with a blue headband, scrunchie or bobble.

P.E. Kit (to be worn for all PE lessons and each sports club)

All children should have their kit in school ready for each lesson and for health and safety reasons they must change for each lesson. Our P.E. kit comprises:

  • Royal blue shorts
  • White t-shirt (not vest top or crop top)
  • Trainers (children do not need plimsolls)
  • Black or grey jogging bottoms for outdoor PE between November and February (optional
  • We encourage children to have a special key ring on their bag so that it is easily identifiable amongst all the other bags.
  • All P.E. kit should be free from any form of logo or brand name, apart from the school logo.
  • All P.E. kit should be clearly labelled with the child's name.

A Parent guide can be viewed below.


Winter Options 



Foundation Stage – Year Five

Royal blue sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan (sweatshirts no hoods)

White polo shirt

Navy blue trousers (M & F), knee length skirt or pinafore dress

Navy blue or white socks

Sweatshirts and polo shirts, with the school logo,

Children should bring coats to school every day.

Year Six children

As younger children except:

Year Six children wear a school tie and a collared shirt rather than a polo shirt. 

Ties are available from the school office

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