St John's C of E Primary School

Uniform Information

What to wear in school


At St. John’s School we have a uniform which we are really proud of. Visitors to school often comment on how smart our children are. You can buy our uniform from Clive Mark Schoolwear in Poplar Road, Kings Heath. Some items are available from the school office. and you can buy some parts of the uniform from supermarkets.


For Girls

  • Light blue blouse/blue summer dress
  • School tie (available from school)
  • Royal blue v-neck pullover or cardigan with logo 
  • Navy skirt, tunic or trousers
  • White socks, navy or white tights and black flat-heeled school shoes
    (dark coloured or white sandals in summer)
  • Trainers are not allowed

For Boys

  • Light blue shirt
  • School tie (available from school)
  • Royal blue v-neck pullover with logo 
  • Grey trousers
  • Grey or blue socks and black school shoes
  • Trainers are not allowed



This should be in a draw-string bag (available from school)


For Girls: Blue shorts/games skirt or plain navy joggers,  blue t-shirt  with logo (available from school) and pumps (not trainers)

For Boys: Blue shorts or plain navy joggers, blue t-shirt with logo (available from school) and pumps (not trainers)


Outdoor PE kit: Plain navy blue joggers and plain navy sweat shirt.



A swimming costume (not shorts or leotard) and a towel in a swimming bag (available from school) or a plastic carrier bag. 


Children’s clothes and pumps should be marked with their names.


Jewellery in school

Please do not let your child attend school wearing jewellery. It can easily cause injury or get lost especially during PE or playtime. Children who have pierced ears should only wear studs – but even the butterflies can cause an injury. Anything worn for religious reasons must be removed or covered for PE.


Personal property

Please do not send your child to school with large amounts of money or other expensive items such as ipods, phones etc. Parents sending any money to school e.g. for dinners or school visits, should seal it inside an envelope and write on it the child’s name, class and what the money is for.


We cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to children’s property. You are advised to cover your children’s properly on home insurance. Better still, avoid sending items of value into school.


Lost property

Lost properly baskets are situated in both Key Stages.  This can be located by the library.  If you feel that you have lost PE kit, please see Mrs Bhardwa.  Please encourage your child to look in the baskets if they believe they have lost something. These baskets are cleared at the end of each term.