Hayfield Primary School

Loving Learning, Loving Life.

School Uniform  

.As an Inclusive school, at Hayfield Primary school, we aim to provide flexible, inclusive uniform options in a critical step in preventing discrimination on the basis of gender. 


  • White shirt/polo shirt 
  • Grey/black long trousers
  • Grey/black shorts (not Lycra)                                                                 
  • Waterproofs 
  • Red sweatshirt/cardigan with logo           
  • Red fleece, if desired, with logo
  • Grey/black skirt/pinafore dress    
  • Red/white gingham/striped dress
  • Grey/black/navy tights
  • White/grey/black/navy socks
  • Black/navy shoes** 

Please note: Logo is not necessary on school items but does help identify children when out on trips to other adults.

**Shoes and training shoes (for PE) with Velcro fastenings are best until your child can easily tie their laces

PE Kit                   

On entry to school, children are put into one of our four houses:

  • Hedgehogs: Red
  • Squirrels: Blue
  • Robins: Green
  • Badgers: Yellow

Children are asked to wear a T-shirt for PE in the colour of their house.

Indoor:     Coloured round-necked T-shirt    Outdoor:      Coloured T-shirt

Black shorts                                                         Black Jogging Bottoms

                                                                                               Black Sweatshirt


No nail extensions, coloured hair (such as red, blue, green!), nail varnish or anything other than stud earrings at primary school please. The same expectations will continue into many secondary schools.   

Other than the sweatshirt and book bag with the school logo, all items of school uniform can be found in most high street stores. Sweatshirts, fleeces, cardigans, polo shirts and caps bearing the school logo are available from ‘Headmasters’ at:

Headmasters Embroidery


11 Union road

New Mills

SK22 3EL

01663 749526

All bags and items of clothing, other than underwear and socks, must be clearly labelled with your child’s name. PE Kit must be kept in drawstring bags, preferably with the name displayed on the outside. PE kit should be brought into school at the start of each half term and kept in school. It is sent home at the end of each half term for washing.

We ask that all children use a Hayfield School book bag. These hold postbags, reading books, homework folders and water bottles. No pencils, pens, crayons or pencil cases need to be brought into school, as any stationery that your child will need is provided in school.