School Uniform

It is important that children come to school dressed in a way that is comfortable, practical and reflects a sense of belonging to the School Community.

At Trinity Church School there is an expectation that children wear school uniform. The school colour is purple and children should wear:

Winter Uniform
  • Black skirt/trousers
  • School purple polo shirt
  • School purple cardigan/jumper
  • White/black socks/tights (not patterned)
  • Black shoes
  • Black/Dark coloured coat
Summer Uniform
(Terms 5 & 6 )
  • Purple gingham dress
  • Black skirt/trousers
  • School purple polo shirt
  • School charcoal grey shorts
  • White/black socks (not patterned)
  • White/black shoes (toes must be enclosed)
  • Black culottes

PE Kit
To be kept in school at all times in a PE Bag

  • School PE T-shirt
  • Black shorts
  • Black daps (KS1 and KS2)
  • Trainers (KS2 only) predominantly black/white
  • School purple hoodie (optional)
  • Black tracksuit bottoms (optional
Additional options
  • Purple winter hats and summer hat

Our school colour is purple; our polo-shirts, sweatshirts, cardigans and PE T-shirts have the school logo embroidered on them and are available to purchase online which can be accessed via a link on our school website or directly at To search for our school page please use the first five letters of Trinity i.e. trini. Once orders have been processed and paid for they will be delivered to school in a package with your child’s name on. If you wish to order uniform in the school holidays and have it delivered to your home there will be an additional delivery charge. Orders must be placed by mid-June to guarantee delivery to school in time for the summer holidays.

Shoes should be smart black school shoes and appropriate for school. Black trainers should not be worn as shoes. For safety reasons, children must not wear shoes with an excessively high heel to school or trousers with an excessive flare.

On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school. The exceptions to this rule are stud earrings and a watch. All earrings must be removed or covered before participating in PE.

Long hair should be tied back at all times, particularly during PE. Children should not be sent to school with extreme haircuts or hairstyles or with dyed hair. Hair bands must be white/black or purple, and no fashion accessories including large bows are acceptable. 

Makeup is not allowed in school, including nail polish and false nails and lashes.

We are keen to encourage independence and responsibility. Your child is responsible for his/her belongings and the school cannot be held responsible for any losses. We discourage children from bringing personal/valuable belongings into school; this avoids things being lost or broken. Children must not bring to school any items of great value, as we are not covered for loss or damage to property.

Please help us by ensuring that ALL items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name. We require all children to have a full PE Kit in school at all times, clearly labelled and in an appropriate bag.

We believe that if you dress smart you think smart