Beech Grove


It is our school policy that all children wear school uniform when attending school, or when participating in school-organised events outside normal school hours.  We believe that wearing a school uniform gives students a sense of belonging, is practical and smart, reinforces a positive work ethos and reduces costs for parents and carers.


Items of school uniform

Our school colours are a combination of green and yellow.  No branded clothing is permitted with the exception of the school logo.

Our school uniform can be purchased from The Sporting Duchess on South Street, Wellington.  Further details can be found at:


The following items comprise our school uniform:

  • Green fleece jacket with school logo (optional)
  • Green school sweatshirt or cardigan (preferably with school logo) 
  • White shirt or white polo shirt
  • Dark grey or black trousers
  • Dark grey or black shorts (knee-length
  • Dark grey or black skirt (knee-length)
  • Green checkered pattern summer dress
  • White or grey socks
  • Green, grey or black tights
  • Black or navy school shoes
  • Green book bag


The following items comprise our school PE uniform:

  • Yellow school t-shirt with school logo
  • Green or black shorts
  • Green or black joggers (leggings are not permitted)
  • Green fleece jacket or plain black jumper (for colder weather)
  • Trainers (daps/plimsolls are not allowed as they provide little protection to the feet/ankles)
  • PE bag (green or plain)


Jewellery, hair accessories, make-up and nail varnish

For health and safety reasons, we do not allow children to wear jewellery.  The exceptions to this rule are small stud earrings in pierced ears and wristwatches (smart watches are not permitted in school).  Children are required to remove any items during PE lessons to prevent them from causing injury.  Your child’s class teacher will advise you when PE lessons are to take place so that earrings can be removed.  Please note that school staff are not permitted to remove earrings.

Hair bands, ribbons, bows and scrunchies should be small, plain and either dark green, grey or black to match the school uniform.  Hair bands should not have large flowers or other decorations attached.

Make-up and nail varnish should not be worn to school.  Likewise, neither should temporary tattoos.

Extreme hairstyles are not appropriate for school and the use of styling products should be kept to a minimum.  Pupils should not have decorative patterns cut into their hair nor should their hair be coloured or dyed.



For health and safety reasons, we do not allow pupils to wear shoes with high heels or platform soles.  All pupils are required to wear flat, plain black shoes without logos; these should not be open-toed.  Flipflops, sandals and boots are not permitted in school.  Pupils may bring trainers into school to change into for break times, they must however, change back into their school shoes at the end of break.


Lost property

Any unidentified items of school uniform will be taken to the school office and should be reclaimed at the pupil’s earliest opportunity.

Children can become upset as a result of lost clothing; please help us reunite lost items with their owners by labelling all items with your child’s name.


Pre-loved school uniform

The school has a supply of pre-loved school uniform, available from the school office, which parents and carers can purchase for a donation (all funds raised will support our ongoing fundraising activities towards improving the outdoor play areas of the school).

We welcome donations of pre-loved uniform but ask that is washed and in good condition.  Please feel free to drop these items at the school office.

Thank you for your support. 

For more information about school uniform, please read our uniform policy.