The school colour is burgundy. Ightham Primary School clothing, all bearing the school logo, is on sale from Paul Marchant. Order forms can be found on the school website and information board. Paul Marchant also holds a 'School Uniform Shop' at the end of the school day at various times throughout the year.
Girls are expected to wear a white blouse, school tie (which may be elasticated or tied), a burgundy v-neck jumper or cardigan with the school logo, a grey skirt or pinafore dress or grey trousers (straight only), grey tights, grey socks, black shoes. In the summer, girls may wear a dark red check summer dress with white socks.
Boys are expected to wear a white shirt, burgundy v-neck jumper with school logo, school tie (which may be elasticated or tied), grey trousers, grey socks and black shoes. In the summer term only, grey shorts may be worn.
P.E. kit consists of a white polo shirt with the school logo, burgundy P.E. shorts, plimsolls (preferably with Velcro sides), burgundy hoodie with school logo (optional), plain black or burgundy tracksuit bottoms, and trainers.
Please ensure that all items of clothing and equipment are clearly named.
School Uniform Shop
The School Uniform Shop is provided by Paul Marchant, an independent school outfitter. A Uniform Order form may be obtained from the School Office or by clicking on the "School Forms" tab on the left and then printing out the form. You may submit your order with payment (cheques made payable to Paul Marchant), to the School Office, where they will be collated for collection and processing. Alternatively The School Uniform Shop is open, after school, on the last Friday of each month, unless this falls within the holiday periods, in which case this will be the last Friday of the term.
Please ensure that all items of clothing and equipment are clearly named. Lost property will be displayed on a Friday afternoon; if not claimed it will then be disposed of.
Book Bags and PE Bags
School Book Bags and PE Bags may also be purchased from the School Uniform Shop. The space in class cloakroom areas is restricted and not designed to accommodate large rucksacks. Pupils taking part in after school clubs and swimming lessons may bring their kit in a separate named bag.