|Trousers, Skirts & Pinafore Dresses||Charcoal Grey|
|Polo shirts, Roll neck tops, cotton shirts & blouses||White or Red|
|Jumpers and Cardigans||Red|
|Summer Dresses||Red/White Check/Stripes|
|Summer Shorts||Charcoal Grey|
Whilst we understand that in the warmer months pupils may wear a hoodie in place of coat, hoodies must not be worn in place of a school jumper.
‘Sensible’ shoes should be worn to school at all times. For example-plain black shoes or boots only.
- No heels
- No boots in summer
- No sandals in winter
- No ‘strappy’ unsafe shoes
- No fashion shoes with lots of difficult laces
(Clearly this guidance is for Health and Safety reasons)
|School Logo T-Shirt or
|Shorts (with or without logo)||Black|
|School Logo Tracksuit (Optional)||Black|
|Plain Tracksuit (Optional)||Plain black – no other logos or designs|
|Long sports socks (football socks)||Black or Red|
The school does not require children to wear uniform with logos, however all of the uniform with school logo is available from ‘Top Form’ shop-The Stow, Harlow.
Plain uniform items can be bought from supermarkets or retailers such as Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Matalan or ASDA.
The school does not require children to wear PE kit with logos, however all of the PE Kit with school logo is available from Create Identitee, Harlow. https://www.createidentitee.co.uk/
This now includes T-Shirts, shorts and tracksuits without the logo at a cheaper cost.
Their address is: 17-18 St James Centre, East Road, Harlow CM20 2SX.
You can also order online www.createidentitee.co.uk
Plain items can be bought from supermarkets such as Sainsbury’s, Tesco or ASDA. Some other shops such as Sports Direct, Matalan, Amazon and H&M also sell plain PE items.
The Harvey Centre is running a school uniform exchange during the Summer holidays and the Autumn Term.
Second-hand uniform sales will be held regularly by the PTFA.
All of the uniform with school logo is available from ‘Top Form’ shop – The Stow, Harlow.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or 01279 432459.
Pupils who have pierced ears may wear a pair of small, plain studs.
Earrings and jewellery can be extremely dangerous, especially at playtime and during physical activities. The School and County Policy require that earrings be removed for PE lessons, even where studs are worn.
Where the ears have been recently pierced, pupils should not participate in PE lessons until the ears have healed enough for the earrings to be removed.