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Worth Valley Primary School

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Worth Valley Primary School logo
Welcome to Worth Valley Primary School
We are proud to be part of Leading Learners Multi Academy Trust
“This is a warm, friendly and welcoming school. The pupils are rightly proud of it. The staff are proud to work at it. The headteacher is proud to lead it.” (Ofsted October 2019)

School Uniform


In order to maintain a strong sense of identity and belonging within our school, the school uniform consists of:

  • Navy blue sweatshirt/cardigan with logo
  • Royal blue polo shirt
  • Grey tailored trousers – no jeans or leggings please
  • Grey skirt/pinafore (modest length)
  • Black, flat, sensible, safe ‘school’ shoes (not trainers, canvas or ‘ballet’)
  • Plain black, grey or white tights, knee or ankle socks

In warmer weather:

  • Grey or Black tailored shorts (modest ones)
  • Blue gingham dresses
  • Cap or sunhat to protect from the sun

PE Kit

  • White polo shirt
  • Plain navy blue shorts
  • Plain navy blue joggers
  • Trainers for outdoor PE


Items of jewellery are not permitted at school. Should a pupil have pierced ears, only plain gold studs should only be worn and in order to comply with health and safety regulations, must be covered with a plaster during all PE activities. Sleepers, diamante and ‘fashion’ earrings are not permitted. Other body piercings are not allowed.

Please note that the school will be unable to take any responsibility for any jewellery that is lost. Watches may be worn to school. However, they must be removed and collected by the class teacher before any PE lessons.

Please note that the school will be unable to take any responsibility for any watches that are lost.


No make-up, nail varnish or permanent or temporary tattoos are to be worn.


We recommend that hair should be neat and tidy and worn with no extremes of style or colour. Tramlines, mohicans, large spikes, shaved sides with longer middle strip, tails etc are not permitted. Should the Headteacher deem that the hairstyle does not fit in with our policy and ethos, parents will be contacted to discuss this.

Long hair should be tied back for safety when possible and at all times for PE lessons.

School Uniform Policy


At Worth Valley Primary School, safeguarding is of paramount importance. We are committed to ensuring the welfare and safety of all our children and staff in school.

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