The school colours are red, grey and white. The children should wear these colours in all activities in school.
The wearing of school uniform indicates to the world at large the child’s “belonging” to the school and the effort they make in looking smart in their uniform reflects an attitude that permeates their life in school.
Grey skirt or pinafore dress/trousers
White blouse/polo shirt
Red jumper or cardigan with the school logo (compulsory)
White or grey socks or tights
Summer dress in red stripes or checks
White shirt/polo shirt
Red jumper with the school logo (compulsory)
Grey/black or white socks
White t-shirt or polo shirt
Black or red tracksuit
Trainers for outdoor games
Swimming kit will be required for the summer term.
Indoor games will be undertaken bare footed or wearing plimsolls in the case of any foot infections.
We regard suitable footwear to be part of our school uniform. Fashion shoes, especially those with heels, and trainers are not suitable for school use.
Pupils in Year 6 will also be given a tie (by the school) to help prepare them for secondary school. We recommend shirts to be worn with ties rather than polo shirts.
School Uniform Shop
Care has been taken to ensure that the clothes are readily available in most chain stores, with sweatshirts and cardigans bearing the school logo available from the school uniform provider School Uniform Direct. Click here to go to their website for more details about ordering uniform online. The nearest School Uniform Direct shop to The Hythe is in Staines at 23 High Street (next door to Headmasters) selling uniform and school equipment for The Hythe as well as Magna Carta and other local schools. NB: Due to the pandemic you must book an appointment online https://www.schooluniformdirect.co.uk/to visit the school shop. Please check their website for the latest offers and discounts.
Jewellery in school
Children are not allowed to wear any sort of jewellery in school. This includes rings, bracelets and necklaces, The only type of earrings permitted is studs and children should be able to remove these themselves for PE. Children should only wear a watch if they can tell the time and then they wear it at their own risk. This is a reasonable request made to ensure the safety of all our children and the security of their belongings.