Our children wear their uniform with pride and look very smart in school. We are committed to maintaining the highest standards and know you will support us with this.  Uniform can be ordered directly from Skoolkit at www.skoolkit.co.uk/skoolkit_havant or by visiting the Skoolkit shop in Havant (Meridian Centre).  Uniform is also available from Brigade (free delivery into school, approximately fortnightly) at www.brigade.uk.com

Please ensure that you name all uniform clearly – 270 blue jumpers look very similar! 

All named lost property is immediately returned and is not held in school.  Any unnamed lost property is photographed and shared on our second Instagram account: mrjs_lost_property.  After a half term it is donated to charity.

We do hold a small amount of uniform items for emergencies.

 Whether you would prefer your child to wear our branded logos or choose a generic item is completely at your own discretion.  There is no requirement to wear branded uniform. Second hand uniform is available free from the Hayling Island Community Centre and to purchase through our PTA.

Our uniform is as follows:

  • White polo shirt with optional school logo
  • Navy sweatshirt or cardigan with optional school logo
  • Dark grey trousers, skirt, culottes or shorts (not black)
  • Navy and white check summer dress
  • Black school shoes or plain black, flat, ankle boots which are appropriate for school


PE kit:

 Please note: Trainers, Ugg style boots, leggings, over the knee socks, very short shorts and hoodies are not to be worn as school uniform.  

A navy PE hoodie can be worn for days where children are doing PE sessions but should not be worn at other times.


Swimming Kit:

  • Boys: plain blue or black trunks (ie speedos or jammers, preferably not baggy shorts)
  • Girls: a plain blue or black one-piece swimsuit
  • All children will need a swimming hat.  These can be purchased from the office.


No jewellery should be worn other than a small, plain stud earring in each lobe and/or a watch.  Earrings must be removed for swimming and PE – children need to be able to do this independently.  If ears are newly pierced, studs may be kept in and covered with surgical tape for PE and Games, but children cannot swim until their earrings can be removed and pupils are able to do this independently.

Nail varnish should not be worn at any time.

Long hair (shoulder length and longer) must be tied up at all times.