We consider every child to be an ambassador for Andrews’ Endowed School, and expect them to take pride in their appearance. Being smartly dressed in our distinctive purple school uniform gives our children a sense of belonging and love in our community. We do not want families to have to spend enormous amounts of money on uniform, so we try to keep the number of items with school logos to a minimum
Compulsory Aspects of the uniform
Purple jumper or purple cardigan (logo of Andrews’ Endowed is optional)
Black school shoes (not trainers).
House colour t-shirt for PE
Jogging bottoms (Dark blue or black)
PE kit should be kept in a named drawstring bag.
Jewellery should not be worn to school . Children with pierced ears should wear sleepers or studs.
choices within our WINTER uniform
White polo shirt or white shirt (logo of Andrews’ Endowed is optional)
Skirts/ pinafore dresses/culottes (Grey)
Socks (Plain grey, black, or white)
Tights (Plain grey, black, or white)
Additional CHOICES for OUR summer UNIFORM
Dresses (Purple gingham check)
We believe that a school uniform is important:
- It looks smart
- Wears well
- Contributes to a sense of belonging and community
- Makes children feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance
- Fosters a feeling of pride
- Is designed with health and safety in mind
We ask that all children wear the uniform and encourage them to maintain a good standard of clean and tidy dress in school.
The uniform is designed to be practical, maintainable and good value for money.
Hair accessories such as slides, ribbons bobbles, etc, should be fairly simple and if possible in school colours.
Parents are asked to ensure that all items are labelled clearly with their child’s name.