Farndon Fields Primary School

Farndon Fields Primary School

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The wearing of a uniform helps to foster a feeling of identity and 'family' and is strongly encouraged. It helps to promote and advertise the values and ethos of the school as well as contributing to the idea of collective responsibility.

We have a colour code of navy and gold and encourage the children to wear them at all times. If you wish to purchase the uniform with logo on it you can buy online from our supplier using this link click hereInformation regarding pricing can be found on the supplier’s website. Items without logos may be purchased from a range of supermarkets or other retailers.

Some second hand logo items may be available from the PTA. Please contact the school office on 01858464744 or office@dsatfarndonfields.org for details. 

Please see further information about required uniform items below:


Navy sweat-shirt, cardigan or jumper.  Logo where possible.
Gold or blue polo shirt. Logo where possible.
Grey or navy skirt/pinafore dress.
Grey or black trousers.
Blue or yellow gingham summer dress.
Grey short or Skort.


Black school shoes or black trainers (Unbranded/No logo)

P.E. Kit

Gold or white T-shirt.
Black or Navy shorts.
Black plimsolls for indoor PE.
Trainers for outdoor PE
Black or Navy Jogging bottoms and a school sweatshirt or cardigan may be needed in Winter.
Swimming tuition in KS2 will require a swimming kit.


Jewellery is not allowed.
A watch and or single pair of small studs may be worn.
If ears are newly pierced earrings must be covered with micropore tape during P.E.


Make-up and nail varnish are strictly forbidden
Pupils in Year 1 - 6 should wear their PE kit to schools on PE days
EYFS PE kit is kept in a kits bag. An optional kit bag with a logo is available from the uniform supplier. 
An optional book bag is also available from the uniform supplier, 


Please ensure that items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name and class as this makes it easier to reunite lost items with their owner.