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Manor Church of England

Infant School

Love, Trust and Truth

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Uniform Information

Manor C of E Infant School has a school uniform and we strongly encourage all children to wear it.  We believe that wearing school uniform encourages children to be neat and tidy for work, prevents discrimination, reduces arguments about clothes at home, makes recognition of pupils easier and fosters a pride in our school.


Uniform List- Winter

 Mid - grey skirt, pinafore, tunic or

 Red school sweatshirt or cardigan
 Red or white polo shirt or blouse
 White socks or red or grey tights
 Black shoes- NO TRAINERS
 Mid grey trousers
 Red school sweatshirt
 Red or white polo shirt or shirt
 Grey or black socks

Black shoes—NO TRAINERS
 Black or blue shoes - NO TRAINERS 


Uniform List - Summer

Red gingham checked dress ( or grey shorts / skirt with red or white polo shirt or blouse)
 Red school sweatshirt or cardigan.
 White socks
 Black shoes - NO TRAINERS
Sun Hat
Mid - grey shorts
 red or white polo shirt or shirt
 Red school sweatshirt
 Grey or black socks
 Black shoes - NO TRAINERS
Sun Hat
 For safety reasons, trainers, boots, sling backs, open toed sandals or high heeled shoes should not be worn in school.


The Brigade and My Clothing online shops are now available for ordering uniform. Please click on the links below to go to the websites.

Second-Hand Uniform


Second-hand uniform is available from the school office. Please ask a member of staff for more information or email 

High  Expectations

All children will be encouraged to keep themselves neat and tidy and to take pride in their general appearance. All clothing and personal belongings should be clearly marked with the child’s name.  


Jewellery and Make-up


Children are not encouraged to wear earrings or other jewellery to school. Studs are permitted for those children who have pierced ears. During P.E., studs will need to be removed or covered with surgical tape. In general terms, you are advised not to allow your child to wear jewellery at school in case of loss, damage or injury.


Make-up, including nail varnish, is not appropriate in school and should also not be worn.