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Cowley St Laurence CE Primary School Uniform 

We are part of the Frays Academy Trust.  This document is part of our Uniform Policy which sets out our approach to requiring a uniform for our schools that is of reasonable cost and offers the best value for money for parents and carers.  It explains how we will avoid discrimination in line with our legal duties under the Equality Act 2010 and clarifies our expectations for school uniform.   If you have any queries or wish to request adjustments to our policy on the grounds of equality, please contact the Headteacher, who will be happy to discuss this with you.  Please also contact the Headteacher if financial hardship is preventing your family from complying with our policy, as we will take a mindful and considerate approach to resolving the situation with you.  The policy is available on our website (please click here for the policy page) or from the school office on request.

All children are expected to wear correct uniform at all times. 


  • Grey skirt or pinafore dress or grey trousers (long or short) 
  • Maroon jumper, cardigan or school sweatshirt (with or without a logo) 
  • White shirt and school tie 
  • Grey, black or white socks or grey/black/white tights 
  • Blue and white check summer dress 
  • Flat black or brown shoes (open sandals, boots and black trainers are not acceptable) 



  • Black plimsolls 
  • Maroon shorts 
  • Blue school t-shirt 
  • No Jewellery 


  • trainers 
  • plain dark tracksuit (in cold weather) 
  • No Jewellery 

Where PE kits are kept in school they should be kept in a separate, named bag, which is not too large. PE kit should NOT be worn under uniform. 

Children with long hair (i.e. touches shoulders or longer) must have their hair tied back at all times. Hair bands are to be of neutral or maroon colour. 

Children are not permitted to have hoop earrings. Only small studs should be worn. Children are not permitted to wear nail varnish or make up. Should a pupil need to wear jewellery for religious or medical reasons, parents/guardians or carers must seek permission by way of a letter to the Headteacher. 

Hijab head dress should be maroon, white or black.  

Purchasing branded items of uniform 

Our supplier is Price & Buckland; see their website where you can order uniform online: 

We are committed to supporting families with access to nearly new/pre-loved uniform items during the school year. This can be arranged by contacting the school office who will be happy to help.