School Uniform

School uniform creates a sense of community and equality in a school environment, placing children on a level playing field and developing a sense of pride. Every child needs to wear uniform. 

This year, we have changed the uniform. However, this will not be an immediate change for all but will be phased in over three years so parents that have the old uniform can continue to use it from September 2022 up until August 2025. 

The new uniform is as follows

 Royal blue school sweater/cardigan with logo

 Pale blue/white polo shirt either with or without the school logo

 Grey skirt/pinafore/trousers or shorts

 Blue gingham dress

 Black shoes or trainers

 Dark grey or black leggings may be worn by girls under skirts instead of tights in cold weather

 White, dark grey or black socks and tights

 Small stud earrings

 A watch if desired

PE Kit  

White t-shirt (plain or with logo), 

Plain navy shorts/PE skirt 

A pair of jogging bottoms 


Black pumps for indoor use 

Trainers for outdoor use. 

For health and safety reasons long hair needs to be tied back and earrings removed. We are not allowed to assist in the removal of earrings and if they cannot be removed independently, unfortunately children will not be allowed to take part in the PE lesson.

Ordering of School Uniform.

Deepcar St John's uniform supplier is a Sheffield based company called School Trends. The use of this company is advantageous to parents as uniform can be ordered at any point throughout the school year

It is possible to order uniform as and when you require by ordering directly through the School Trends on line ordering facility at;

They aim for orders to be delivered within 14 days of the order being received and the payment made.

The following are not permitted: 

 Tracksuit bottoms

 Patterned tights or clothing


 Navy cycling shorts for daily uniform

 Leggings (worn alone with no skirt or dress)

 Strappy shoes/sandals/crocs

 Overly inappropriate head wear

 Hoop or dangly earrings


Please ensure all items of clothing and belongings are clearly labelled, as identification can be very difficult.

Children losing an item of clothing should try to find it straight away. It is much easier to find something on the day on which it has been lost. Parents can accompany their child either before or after school to have a look in the school's lost property box for missing items. 

At the end of each half term, all lost property will be displayed. 

School Uniform Policy.pdf