All school uniform, including PE kit and Book bags are available from
Please visit us at
Unit 44, Romsey Industrial Estate, Greatbridge Road, Romsey, SO51 0HR
Order online: www.direct4logos.com
Telephone: 01794 511550
Our opening hours are:
Monday – Thursday 9.30 to 4.30
Friday 9.30 to 2.00
Saturday 10.00 to 1.00
Delivery to school is free of charge with deliveries on a weekly basis.
Orders can be held and collected from our shop in Romsey.
Delivery by DPD (additional charge) Customers can receive their orders on a “next day” basis via DPD.
Please ensure all clothing is labelled/named
You can also purchase name labels to use on all your children’s items for school from STIKINS label service.
Uniform are supplied new by Direct 4 Logos, based in Romsey. Alternatively, the Wellow School Association offer heavily discounted, preloved school uniform.
Many of the generic school uniform items (polo shirts, skirts, trousers etc) can be purchased in High Street shops and supermarkets, but we do ask that the official sweatshirts and cardigans, with logos are worn by all children.
|Grey pinafore dress, skirt or trousers||Grey trousers|
|White blouse/white logo polo shirt||White shirt, white logo polo shirt|
|Jade sweatshirt or cardigan||Jade sweatshirt|
|White socks||Grey socks|
|Black shoes||Black shoes|
|Grey fleece with logo||Grey fleece with logo|
|Green and white check dress – any style|
|Sandals or shoes (no high heels)|
All children should wear black shorts and their 'House' T shirt/Sweatshirt. Children are asked to come to school wearing their PE kit on designated days.
For outdoor PE trainers should be worn as they offer more support and grip in slightly damp conditions.
All Year 5 children take part in swimming lessons throughout the year. Girls should wear one-piece swimming costumes (no bikinis) and boys should wear swimming trunks (no baggy shorts).Please check regularly that all items of clothing used at school are clearly labelled with your child’s name.
Children in Reception and Year 1 are encouraged to leave a pair of wellies in school for outdoor learning.
Hair and JewelleryHair dying/colouring is not appropriate for school (unless there is a special reason such as a school charity event). Similarly, extreme haircuts, excessive use of hair products or motifs shaved into hair are to be avoided during school terms. Hair bands and accessories should be plain and simple and not overly decorative.
Make-up, including nail polish, is not appropriate to be worn by pupils to school.
The only jewellery permitted in school are small stud earrings and a watch. Earrings (small, plain studs only) need to be removed for all PE activities. Where a child has newly pierced ears, tape or plasters must be provided from home for covering to take place.
All long hair (boys and girls) needs to be tied back for every PE session.