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Uniforms

We are very proud of our school uniform at Spring School and all school uniform items can be ordered from School Bells

Due to the sensory needs of our pupils the school is happy to make the necessary exemptions for pupils that struggle to wear the authorised school uniform. In these cases, staff shall work with the pupil, parent/carer and school to put in place the correct guidance for the individual pupil.

  Uniform P.E. kit
Primary White polo shirt 
Forrest green sweatshirt (with logo)
Grey trousers or skirt
Black shoes 
Grey or black socks/tights
Book bag (with logo) 
Forrest green cardigan (with logo)
Forrest green fleece / lined jacket / reversible jacket (with logo)
 
White T-shirt (with logo)
Forrest green shorts or tracksuit bottoms
Black plimsolls or trainers
PE bag (with logo) 
Forrest green sweatshirt / tracksuit top
Forrest green fleece
 
Secondary White polo shirt / shirt
Grey trousers or skirt
Black shoes 
Black socks / tights
Forrest green sweatshirt (with logo)
Forrest green v-neck jumper (with logo)
Forrest green fleece / lined jacket / reversible jacket (with logo)
Forrest green / black ruck sack (with logo)
 
White T-shirt (with logo)
Forrest green shorts or tracksuit bottoms
Black trainers
PE bag (with logo) 
Forrest green sweatshirt / tracksuit top
Forrest green fleece
Shin pads
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jewellery / Make-up / Hairstyles
  • Jewellery should not be worn in school, other than an inexpensive watch and one small stud in each lobe.
  • Where applicable headscarves should be plain and should be navy blue or black. 
Outdoor weather
  • Suitable outdoor wear in inclement weather should be worn.
  • No hoodies are permitted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Primary school uniform

Spring School primary school uniform

 

Secondary school uniform

Spring School secondary school uniform

 

 

Financial assistance

Financial assistance with purchasing school uniform is available from some local authorities for the parents of children receiving Free School Meals and also for those experiencing difficulty in meeting the cost of a uniform. To find out if your local authority offers this grant, please go to the GOV UK website for school clothing costs help. If applicable, download and complete the local authority school uniform grant claim form and send direct to them for approval.

If your local authority does not offer this grant, your child may qualify for a clothing grant, funded directly from the school pupil premium income.
 
Your child may qualify for a clothing grant, if you receive: 

  • Income support
  • Income based Job seekers allowance
  • Income based Employment support allowance
  • Universal credit, provided your household annual taxable income does not exceed £7,400
  • Child tax credit/working tax credit (provided your household income does not exceed £16,190).
  • Guaranteed element of Pension credit or
  • NASS – Supported by the National Asylum support service. 

 
The grant amount you will receive is £60 per pupil. You can apply for the clothing grant here