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Peel Common Junior School

Uniform Information

Children should be sensibly and suitably dressed for school at all times. We ask that all clothing is clearly marked with the child’s name to facilitate the return of any items which are mislaid.


Sweatshirts, jumpers and short-sleeved polo shirts with an embroidered school badge can be ordered from or in the shop on West Street in Fareham.  However items with the school logo are not compulsory and you may purchase plain polo shirts, sweatshirts, jumpers and cardigans in school colours elsewhere including supermarkets.  There are plans to sell pre-loved uniform items at school in the near future - please keep checking the Latest News section of our website for further information. 



Navy blue sweatshirt
Pale blue or white polo shirt or white tailored shirt (to be tucked in at all times in school)
Black or grey trousers
Dark, plain socks
Dark coloured shoes



Navy blue sweatshirt or cardigan
Pale blue or white polo shirt or white tailored shirt (to be tucked in at all times in school)
Black or grey trousers or skirt (knee length)
White or dark socks
Dark coloured shoes
Tights should be plain black, navy or grey (no footless leggings or cropped tights)

In Summer
Blue and white checked school dresses may be worn
Tailored black or grey knee length shorts
White (for girls), black or navy socks

In Winter

Boots may be worn to school but must be appropriate ie. Sensible heel and minimal adornments (buckles/sparkles etc).
Wellies may be worn but must be changed for school shoes when the pupil arrives at school.

PE Kit
Plain coloured t-shirt in the pupils house colour; Red, Blue, Green and Yellow
Black or navy blue shorts
Trainers can be worn for outdoor PE lessons
In the colder months children will be encouraged to wear tracksuits as appropriate, we would prefer these to be plain in colour


On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school. The exceptions to this rule are small plain gold or silver studs in pierced ears, small discreet watches and small objects of religious significance. We ask the children to either remove these objects during PE and games, or cover them with ‘micro pore’ tape or equivalent to prevent them from causing injury. Pupils should not wear earrings if they are attending swimming lessons. Make up and nail varnish are not permitted.


Extreme Haircuts
The school does not permit children to have ‘extreme’ haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children eg. completely shaved heads; shaved designs; Mohawk cuts, dyed hair, coloured hair braids. Pupils hair should not be cut shorter than a ‘grade 2’ cut. Hair accessories such as hairbands, should be discreet and black, white, navy or grey in colour. Long hair should be tied up. Headwear worn for religious reasons must be black or dark blue.