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Baston C of E Primary School

Baston C of E Primary School

“Preparing the way…”

School Uniform

Baston CE Primary School has a proud reputation, and a high standard of personal appearance is expected from all pupils. We therefore encourage the wearing of our school uniform, which allows children to feel part of the whole school community and as such, makes a significant contribution to the ethos of the school. It also allows our pupils to be easily identified during out of school activities.

Through our uniform and dress codes we aim to:

  • Encourage pride in the school. • Support teaching and learning.
  • Enable pupils to feel comfortable safe and secure.
  • Encourage a sense of equality and cohesion.
  • Protect pupils from social pressures to dress in a particular way.

All of our school uniform items are easily available from main stores and supermarkets in the area.

If you wish to purchase sweatshirts and polo shirts embroidered with the school crest; these can be obtained from Shotbowl in Market Deeping. Parents are able to order school uniform on-line from Shotbowl via the following link:

Items can either be delivered by post (delivery charges apply) or collected in store at the following address:

Shotbowl Ltd
2, Blenheim Way
Northfields Ind. Est.
Market Deeping
Tel: 01778 348788

All the items available can be viewed in-store if it is necessary to check on the appropriate size for your child.

Uniform is also available from our PTA Preloved online shop. Please use the link below;

Please see our Uniform Policy on our policies page for further details of clothing items your child will need for school.

On days when they are taking part in Physical activity lessons, such as PE, children must not wear earrings and other items of jewellery as they can be dangerous. Children will have to be able to take out and look after any studs they may be wearing. Teachers cannot remove earrings and will not be held accountable for lost items. If your child has recently pierced ears, these may be covered with tape (brought in from home); although this is not the safest option, and we strongly encourage new piercings to be done over the summer holiday.