We take pride in creating an environment where every opportunity is offered to inspire children to learn. We believe that, by having a uniform, children arrive ready for their learning as equals. Once in school, each child’s individuality is nurtured.
Our school uniform aims to:
- Celebrate our togetherness and create a sense of community
- Enable children to represent the school
- Take account of health and safety needs
- Be good value for money, hardwearing and practical
- Reduce arguments about clothing at home
Ensuring that our uniform is worn consistently is the shared responsibility of children, parents and staff.
Our Uniform Code
Our uniform comprises:
- Heathbrook sweatshirt or cardigan
- White polo shirt or shirt
- Grey trousers, grey skirt, grey leggings, grey shorts, grey pinafore or blue gingham dress
- White socks, grey socks, grey tights
- Entirely plain black shoes (entirely plain black trainers are allowed)
For safety reasons:
- Shoulders need to be covered at all times
- Shoes must have a good tread and sensible heels, must enclose the feet and children must be able to put them on and fasten them independently
- Jewellery is not allowed apart from stud earrings
Our PE Kit
Our PE kit comprises:
- Heathbrook PE T-shirt
- Black jogging bottoms, black shorts, black leggings or black skorts (skirts that look like shorts)
- White or grey socks
- Trainers or plimsolls of any colour
Please take responsibility for personal property by ensuring that all clothing is marked with your child’s name.
You can download and print copy of our Uniform Code.
Purchasing Uniform, Book Bags and Rucksacks
You can purchase our school uniform, bookbags and rucksacks from our supplier I & A Fashions, 84 Mitcham Road London SW17 9NG.
As part of Be the Best you can Be! we aim to develop the responsibility children take for their own property and the property of others. We believe that lost property collections need to be regularly emptied, whilst simultaneously allowing items lost very recently a reasonable length of time to be located.
How do we do this?
We talk to the children about the strategies they use for taking responsibility for their own property and property belonging to others. We also encourage parents and carers to support children to develop this sense of responsibility and label clothing as necessary.
Each year group has a designated collection point for lost property. At the end of each half term any remaining lost property will be collected together and put in the colourful cabin in the playground. Children, parents and carers can claim missing items from the cabin during the first two weeks of the next half term. After this period any lost property which has still not been claimed will either be added to our collection of second-hand uniform or be donated to charity.