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School Uniform - Purchasing

School uniform with the WBJS logo can be purchased online from

Much of the spare uniform that was in school has now been donated to The School Uniform Project in Nottingham. If you would like any good quality second hand uniform or would like to donate any that you have to them, please contact the project using the link below:

School Uniform Policy

Children are expected to wear school uniform each day, unless they have been told that this is not required (for example on a non-uniform day or for a school trip). If for any reason this is not possible, please speak to your child’s class teacher.

Please ensure that all uniform and belongings are marked with your child’s name or initials. We have huge amounts of lost property and it is very difficult to return unmarked items to their correct owner.

Children should wear:

  • Black school shoes or trainers (these should be completely black, including the soles and any logos).
  • Black, grey or navy school trousers, shorts, skirt or pinafore (no joggers).
  • A blue or green gingham dress.
  • A green polo shirt (either plain or with the school logo)
  • A navy blue sweatshirt, jumper, cardigan or fleece (either plain or with the school logo)
  • PE Kit: Black or navy shorts or joggers, white T-shirt and trainers or plimsolls.
  • Swimming kit: A one piece swimsuit or close fitting swim shorts/trunks (board shorts, bikinis and tankinis are not suitable). If your child needs to wear something different for swimming for religious or medical reasons, please agree this with their class teacher.
  • There are no specific requirements for school coats and bags, which can be any colour and style.

For health and safety reasons, jewellery is not allowed in school, with the following exceptions:

  • Items worn for religious observance
  • Children with pierced ears may wear plain studs to school

Please be aware that earrings cannot be worn during PE lessons and cannot be removed or covered by a member of staff. If your child has pierced ears and is not able to remover their own earrings, you will need to send them to school without them on timetabled PE days. PE is statutory. If your child arrives on a PE day with earrings and are not able to remove them, they will be unable to participate in the lesson. We therefore ask that you do not get your child’s ears pierced during the school year.