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The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) is a Surrey based Multi-Academy Trust, comprising four secondary, six primary and two special schools with two further under development. We are proud of our ethos of collaboration and inclusion, "Bringing out the best" in students of all abilities and backgrounds. Visit website

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School Uniform


The items listed below are listed as tops, bottoms and summer wear.  Children can choose from any item on the list.  Please ensure all clothing, including footwear, is clearly marked with your child’s name.

Specific items of our uniform are only available from our official supplier, The Kit Shop. These items are marked ‘with logo’ and can be purchased using the contact details below:

KIT SHOP 232 Cobham Road, Fetcham, KT22 9JQ

01372 378303   email:


Navy blue v-neck sweatshirt with logo from Kit Shop only

Knitted cardigan with logo from Kit Shop only

Red polo shirt with logo from Kit Shop only


Grey school skirt

Grey school pinafore dress

Grey school trousers


Black shoes with a flat or low heel with a black sole.  An all black trainer is acceptable, but all logo's or emblems must also be black.

Dark (navy/grey/black) tights

Dark (navy/grey/black) socks

Summer Wear: (optional)

Red and white check dress with red check collar

Grey shorts

PE and games

Red t-shirt with logo from Kit Shop only

Navy blue shorts

Trainers for outside sport

Plain navy tracksuit bottoms – optional for winter

Plain navy hoodie (logo can be added as optional extra if purchased from Kit Shop) – optional for winter


Painting aprons are provided for Reception class children. Children in years 1 – 6  should be provided with a painting apron to be kept in school (an old large shirt is ideal).

Book bags and PE bags – these can be purchased at the Kit Shop with the STL logo

Jewellery/watches/nail varnish/make up

The wearing of jewellery is not permitted.  Ear studs may be worn but must be removed by the child for PE and swimming lessons.  School staff are not able to remove them.  If the child cannot remove them, they must be taken out by parents before school.  It is the child’s responsibility to keep their ear studs in a safe place when removed as the school cannot be responsible for any loss or damage.  It is recommended that ear piercing takes place at the beginning of the summer break to allow healing to take place before returning to school.

Long hair should be tied back. Watches/fitness straps may be worn by pupils in KS2 but is discouraged, as school cannot be responsible for any loss or breakage.  Make up and nail varnish is not permitted.  Pupils wearing make up or nail varnish to school will be asked to remove it.

Stationery Requirements

Please click here to see a list of stationery requirements for KS2 children. Stationery will be provided by
the school for EYFS and KS1 children.