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At Norwood Green Juniors we take great pride in wearing our school uniform.

The school uniform is an important factor in establishing and maintaining standards of behaviour and pupil presentation and all children are expected to wear it.  Our uniform shows that we belong to this school and can be easily identified by others. 

Please ensure that every day your child comes to school wearing the correct uniform, suitable footwear, white, grey, black or turquoise head/hair accessories and appropriate coats. A copy of our Uniform Policy can be found here.

Certain items of school uniform can be purchased from the school shop Norwood Green Junior School Shop (parentpay.com).  These items of uniform are marked with the school logo and are an integral part of the uniform.  Items not marked with the school logo may be purchased from a retailer of your choice.

All clothing must be clearly named.  Any logos should be small and discreet.

Uniform - Winter

Uniform - Summer

White blouse or polo shirt (no round neck T-shirts)

Girls: same as winter or green and white check dress

Teal cardigan/jumper or school sweatshirt

Boys: same as winter or grey school shorts

Grey skirt/tunic or trousers

Socks/Tights: white, grey or black

Socks/Tights: white, grey or black

Trainers: black or white

Trainers: black or white

Hijab: white, grey, black or turquoise

Hijab: white, grey, black or turquoise

Patka: white, grey, black or turquoise

Patka: white, grey, black or turquoise


Second Hand Uniform

We offer a selection of second hand, good quality uniform.  Please ask for more information at the school office.


Please provide black or white trainers for school (any logos should be small and discreet)

PE/Games Kit

White T-shirt

Black Shorts, black tracksuit bottoms or leggings

Black Sweatshirt

Black or White trainers

White socks

Sweatbands (to cover religious karas for relevant pupils

Wearing of Jewellery and Religious Items

No jewellery may be worn to school except for karas and stud earrings.  Karas should be covered by a sweatband if it cannot be removed for PE.

For Health and Safety reasons no kirpans may be worn across/around the body (the school’s preferred option is that a symbolic version of the Kirpan is worn.

School Clothing Grant

If you are eligible for free school meals, you may also apply for a School Clothing Grant via London Borough of Hounslow.  Please click here for the Clothing Grant Form or speak to Mr Hutchinson our Pastoral Leader.


We will provide all stationery (pens, pencils, erasers etc) that your child will need in class.

Lost Property

One of our time-consuming problems is lost property as we try to match children with their belongings, which are all too often unmarked.  Please could you make sure that all your child’s belongings and clothing are clearly marked with their name.


For art and craft work in school the children really need some sort of overall.  An old shirt is excellent for the purpose.