To ensure all students look smart and best represent Larkhill Primary School, we have a number of rules when it comes to school uniforms.


  • Larkhill sweatshirt or cardigan.
  • White blouse or polo shirt.
  • Black/grey skirt, trousers, or pinafore dress.


  • Larkhill sweatshirt.
  • White shirt or polo shirt.
  • Black or grey trousers.

In summer, children have the following additional options:

  • Girls- Green and white checked/striped dress.
  • Boys- Grey or black shorts.


Please ensure that your child has suitable shoes for school - low-heeled, plain, and preferably black. Children can bring trainers to wear at break and lunch times in muddier weather.

PE Kit

  • White T-shirt or official Larkhill PE black or dark shorts or leggings (not Bermuda shorts)
  • Plimsolls
  • Trainers for outside games
  • Tracksuits in colder weather

PE kit should be brought to school in a bag clearly marked with the child’s name. This kit can then be left in school.


Swimming takes place for children in year 3 6 six only. Children should come to school with a costume, towel, and comb or brush. A voluntary contribution from parents toward the cost of the coach is appreciated.


Children are not allowed to wear any jewellery in school except for items of religious significance and a watch. If your child has pierced ears, they may wear studs to school, but they must not wear hoops as they are a safety hazard. Studs must be removed during PE as there is a danger that the protruding end can cause injury. We request that any ear piercing be carried out at the beginning of the summer holidays.

Ordering Uniforms

We have a small amount of uniform available for your child to try on, but all uniform needs to be ordered from School Uniform Direct.

Second-hand uniform

Purchasing second-hand school uniforms is budget-friendly and eco-conscious. Here are some suggestions:

  • School Office / PTA: Check with the school office to find out how to purchase pre-loved uniform.
  • Charity Shops: Visit local charity shops that may carry school uniforms.
  • Online Marketplaces: Use sites like eBay, Facebook Marketplace, and dedicated uniform exchange platforms.
  • Community Groups: Join local social media groups where parents sell or trade uniforms.

These suggestions can help save money and support sustainability.