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Flash Ley Community Primary School

Believe to Achieve



Here is the link to the new online Uniform provider

We strongly encourage parents to adopt our school uniform so as to promote in

your child a sense of pride and a sense of belonging.

In practice we find that the greater majority of parents are in favour of having a

school uniform and a very high proportion of pupils wear the uniform which is:-


For Boys


- White shirt

- Royal blue V-necked school sweatshirt (available from Crested School Wear).

- Dark grey trousers.

- A red and silver striped tie (available from the school office or Crested School Wear).

- Black Shoes (no trainers)



For Girls


- A white blouse

- Grey Skirt knee length

- A royal blue cardigan (available from Crested School Wear)

- A red and silver striped tie (available from the school office or Crested School Wear).

- Black Shoes (no trainers)

- Summer dress, blue/white small check


(N.B. It is not the policy of Staffordshire County Council Education Committee to make compulsory the wearing of any distinctive clothing or uniform but all pupils are required to attend school appropriately dressed.)

Unusual styles of dress, which may not be appropriate for school activities, are not permitted. For reasons of safety no jewellery should be worn at school, however watches may be worn. In the case of ear-rings, only plain studs should be worn.


If parents are considering having their child's ears pierced we ask that the piercing is done at the beginning of the 6 weeks summer break. In school time children are expected to do P.E. and must be able to remove their own ear studs without help.


To participate fully in physical education the pupil will need:-


For P.E. lessons Black P.E. Shorts (not beachwear)

House T-shirt (red, blue or green dependant Team)(available from Crested School Wear)

Pumps/Plimsolls (not trainers for indoor use)


Junior Aged Children


For Games or swimming

As for P.E. plus:

Football boots or strong trainers (Boys) trainers for girls

A change of socks

Swimming trunks (boys) / Swimsuit (Girls)

Bathing cap (all girls and boys with long hair)

Track suit or warm clothing for colder days


For Art and Craft protective clothing such as a man's old shirt is recommended especially for third and fourth year children (Protective clothing is provided in earlier years).