School Uniform

Please see attached our uniform list: St Aidan's School Uniform List

All school uniform listed is mandatory.

Branded school uniform (with the St Aidan's logo) can be purchased from Media & More or from Hewitts of Croydon. Please see links to both stockists:

Media & More

Hewitts of Croydon

Non-branded items of uniform (without the St Aidan's logo) can be purchased from other local or online retailers or supermarkets.

Our St Aidan's School Association regularly host second hand uniform sales throughout the academic year.

Please remember to name all items of uniform.

Personal Equipment and Organisation - All KS2 Pupils

As part of our work with the children to develop personal organisational skills and responsibility, please ensure your child comes to school with the following items:

  • A navy blue school bag (with St Aidan's logo) that is small enough to fit on your child’s peg.
  • A named water bottle (reusable)
  • A small pencil case (clearly labelled with your child's name) containing the following items only:-

2 x HB pencils


Pencil sharpener with its own container

A set of colouring pencils

Large Pritt stick



Blue Handwriting pens (not biro)

Initially some children will need more support than others to ensure that they have all they need each day but we should encourage greater independence quickly.  Children who organise themselves independently make faster progress academically than those whose parents do it for them.

It is important that you check regularly that your child has all the equipment required for school at least each half-term.

Thank you for your support in this matter.

The KS2 Staff


School cannot take responsibility for lost items of uniform that are not named.

Shoes should be black for all children.

Long hair should be tied back with blue or white accessories. Hair gel is not permitted.

Jewellery, including friendship bracelets may not be worn. It is accepted that those children with pierced ears wear plain gold or silver studs but parents are reminded that these present a potentially very serious hazard. All studs must be removed by the child for Physical Education Activities. If your child cannot remove their own studs they should not be worn in school. The School does not accept responsibility for lost studs or watches. Neither make-up nor nail varnish is permitted.