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Eastfield Academy

Eastfield Academy is part of the David Ross Education Trust and is a good and rapidly improving school where everyone has the opportunity to succeed.


At Eastfield Academy, all pupils wear our school uniform with pride.

Wearing our school uniform and having the correct PE kit in school are both included in our 6 Golden Expectations. 

Our uniform is detailed below and all items can be purchased from

Our dress code provides a smart, safe and healthy appearance, particularly for PE.

You will be informed by the class teacher when your child is to have PE or swimming. Even in bad weather, children will still have PE lessons. Please make sure that the right kit and footwear are sent to school on those days. If pupils arrive without their kit it undermines their legal entitlement to the full National Curriculum and causes major disruption for all boys and girls awaiting their lessons. 

It is our school policy that all children wear school uniform when attending school, or when participating in a school organised event outside normal school hours unless you are informed otherwise.

Our Uniform

Reception, Years 1, 2, 3 & 4

  • Royal blue V-neck jumper/cardigan with school badge
  • White polo shirt
  • Grey or black shorts/trousers/skirts/pinafore
  • Grey or black socks or tights
  • Years 3 & 4 - school tie
  • Black, polishable school shoes (no boots)

Years 5 & 6

  • School blazer
  • Royal blue V-neck jumper/cardigan with school badge (this is in addition to a blazer and only if required)
  • White shirt or blouse
  • School tie
  • Grey or black shorts/trousers/skirts/pinafore
  • Grey or black socks or tights
  • Black, polishable school shoes (no boots)

Summer Time:

  • Blue check summer dresses
  • Grey shorts.

 Nursery children are not required to wear a school uniform but may wear school colours/uniform if parents would like them too. 

Blue hijabs are available from the school , for children who wish to wear them for religious observance. The first hijab is free of charge.

All Rec/KS1 pupils need a book bag or suitable bag to carry books etc in. The bags are £6.10 each. 


  • Black shorts
  • White T-shirt (not a polo shirt)
  • In colder weather a plain jumper and black joggers/leggings may be worn.
  • Eastfield PE bags are available from our uniform supplier
  • Trainers or plimsolls (for outside games) 
  • NO jewellery is to be worn during PE Lessons.
  • Long hair should be tied up.  



It is expected that children will come to school with a practical and manageable hairstyle. Long hair should be tied up. Children should not have shaved patterns in their hair.  


For safety reasons, only stud earrings are allowed and then only in the ears.

Necklaces, bracelets etc should not be worn to school.

Inexpensive watches may be worn, but these should not include smart watches,alarms or games. It will be the children’s responsibility to look after these articles. 

The children are encouraged to wear school uniform as it promotes a feeling of identity and pride in the school. The David Ross Education Trust believes that uniforms are important element in nurturing a sense of identity and responsibility. All Trust academies have a uniform which is accessible to all pupils and their families, which represents value for money.

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