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School Uniform  

The School uses the Tesco Uniform Embroidery Service, and they donate 5% cash of every item you buy through the service to the school.

Click here to visit the Tesco Uniform Embroidery Service website

Burton Salmon has a simple and distinctive code of school dress which all pupils are encouraged to wear and is fully supported by governors, staff and parents. Wearing school dress makes an important contribution to the tone and reputation of the school and gives the pupils a sense of belonging and identity. We encourage all pupils to take pride in their appearance and seek the co-operation of parents in this matter.

The desired uniform is:

  • Navy blue jumper, sweatshirt or cardigan (in V or round neck)
  • White shirt, polo shirt or blouse
  • Grey dress, pinafore or skirt (of appropriate knee length)
  • Blue summer dress (of appropriate knee length)
  • Black, dark grey or grey trousers or shorts
  • Dark coloured footwear – sensible and appropriate
  • Indoor shoes

The desired P.E. kit is

  • Plain white t-shirt (not football teams)
  • Plain dark shorts (not football teams)
  • A pair of trainers
  • Pupils also need a dark tracksuit or similar warm clothing for outdoor games in cold weather

Children need a change of shoes for indoor use. These can be plimsolls or other soft soled shoes but should not be the same ones used for P.E. In winter, children may bring Wellington boots. All clothing and shoes should be clearly labelled with your child’s name.



Children are not allowed to wear make-up, jewellery, excessive hair styles or other accessories. If a child has pierced ears he/she should wear stud ear-rings which will not easily get caught. These should be left at home on P.E. days or covered by a plaster during the lesson. For Health and Safety reasons, children should not be encouraged to wear ear-rings at school.


Personal Possessions
Please do not allow your child to bring valuable items to school.


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