School Uniform

The wearing of school uniform is part of our Positive Behaviour Programme, as it encourages a sense of identity for every child to belong to the school family. Almost 95% of our pupils wear school uniform, and encourage parents to ensure that their child wears his/her uniform every day. Sweatshirts, jogging trousers and polo shirts are all available for order through our school office. Children also wear black, grey or navy skirts/trousers with a shirt and tie. The school blazer is Royal Blue. The wearing of the Shalwar Kameez and other forms of traditional dress are acceptable in the school’s colours. It is helpful if parents name all items of clothing including footwear. We ask that parents do not send their children to school in football colours as they encourage unnecessary arguments and rivalry.

Primary 7 children have a distinctive red sweatshirt which only they may wear. This shows their seniority in school and encourages a sense of responsibility.

School uniforms can be ordered online by clicking here.

Our Parent Council also organise a uniform exchange. All items are priced at 50p. Should you have any unwanted items of school uniform that are still in good condition, please let the Parent Council know.

The next uniform exchange is : Thursday 16th June from 8:30am-9:15am.

Find out if you can get free school meals and help towards schoolwear costs at the City of Edinburgh Council