Green Street Green Primary School


We believe that pupils really feel a sense of belonging by wearing a uniform. 

They take greater pride, not only in themselves, but also in their learning within the school.

We do, therefore, have a School Uniform (all of which should be clearly named).  Although some items can be purchased with the school badge from Graduates in Orpington High Street, these items are optional and can be substituted with plain red jumpers/cardigans or plain white polo shirts that can be purchased in most high street stores.

Children in reception have the option of wearing red tracksuit bottoms to encourage independent dressing and toileting.  Reception pupils should wear polo shirts and should not wear ties.  Please also make sure that they have black Velcro/buckle fastening shoes rather than laced up shoes.

Years 1 and 2 are welcome to start wearing shirts and ties. Year 3 and above should wear long or short sleeved cotton shirts with the school tie. 

Shirts must be tucked in and top buttons done up, and all long hair should be tied back.

Year 6 pupils have a special tie to differentiate them from the rest of the school, which is available from the Graduates store. 

Shoes should be black or navy.  Black trainers are not acceptable footwear. On PE days, white trainers are required.

Book bags (purchased via Graduates with a logo or a plain red book bag from any online retailer) should be used for items needed. Rucksacks should only come into school on days when a child is attending an extra-curricular sports club.


Year R - Year 2

Years 3-6

Our uniform can be purchased from

Graduates Schoolwear
201 High Street

Telephone: 01689 821 439

Click here to enter the Graduates website where you can place an order online for any branded items (optional) 

A full uniform list follows:-

Winter Uniform


Reception Children only - Navy jogging bottoms

(this is preference due to high percentage of time spent outside and encouraging independent dressing and toileting)


OR  Navy skirt or pinafore dress,

Grey trousers


White polo shirt (YR,Y1,Y2)

White Shirt and Tie (Y3-Y6)


Scarlet V-necked cardigan or sweatshirt (logo optional)


Socks: grey or white 

Tights: navy, red or white




Summer Uniform



Reception Children only - Navy jogging bottoms

(this is preference due to high percentage of time spent outside and encouraging independent dressing and toileting)


Red and white checked dress


Grey shorts,  White polo shirt (YR,Y1,Y2)

White Shirt and Tie (Y3-Y6)


Scarlet V-necked cardigan or sweatshirt (logo optional)


White socks






Parents / carers are responsible for ensuring their child is dressed appropriately for P.E. Children are asked to come into school on the day of their P.E. lesson wearing their P.E. kit. They can wear it for the full school day.

Each child will arrive at school wearing their P.E. kit consisting of:-

Red shorts, red or navy cycling shorts (must be knee length), white t-shirt (logo optional), plain navy blue tracksuit, navy leggings (ankle length), no ‘branded’ or multi-coloured items, white trainers (velcro fasteners and no laces for Reception).

Children should also have a t-shirt in their “house” colour for events.


When we advise your child will take part in swimming (usually Summer term), we ask that pupils wear ‘regulation’ swimwear (not bikini/long shorts (above the knee) etc.), swim hat, goggles and a towel, brought in a named bag


Forest School clothes should consist of welly boots, old tracksuit and waterproof coat. The class teacher will advise all parents of the dates that the children will participate


For Art and Craft – Please provide some protective clothing – art aprons with sleeves can be purchased but an old shirt would suffice.


Each child will have a named Swimming bag in which to put the following items, also clearly named:-

  • "regulation" swimwear (not bikini or long shorts. Shorts should be above the knee only)
  • swim hat
  • swim goggles
  • towel

Earrings, which can be especially dangerous, are to be removed by children for PE lessons. Children must be able to remove and replace their own earrings or parents should remove them on PE days.  (We ask that pupils do not have their ears pierced during term time, as earrings have to remain in for 6 weeks and this is not suitable for swimming, games etc.  ONLY small studs in the earlobe are acceptable to wear to school). 



Children out-grow their uniform so quickly, and this uniform is often donated to the school. Our SHA regularly hold pre-loved sales after school where good quality second hand uniform can be purchased for a small donation.


School Uniform Policy