Holy Trinity C of E Aided First School

'inquisitive thinkers, challenge seekers, kind hearts'

01289 306142


Bell Tower Place BERWICK-UPON-TWEED Northumberland TD15 1NB


We believe that getting ready for school by dressing appropriately is an important part of being in the right frame of mind for the school day. We expect our children to work hard and to come to school in the correct uniform. Our uniform isn’t expensive and can be bought locally. We also encourage parents to donate good quality uniform that their children have grown out of and we sell this in school for 50p an item.

Winter Uniform -  Boys
Blue shirt
School tie
Burgundy v-necked jumper or sweatshirt
Grey shorts or trousers
Grey socks
Black shoes

Winter Uniform - Girls
Blue shirt
School tie
Grey pinafore, skirt or culottes, or tartan skirt
Burgundy v-necked jumper, sweatshirt  or cardigan
Grey, black or burgundy socks or tights
Black shoes

Summer Uniform - Boys
Blue polo shirt
Burgundy v-necked jumper or sweatshirt 
Grey shorts
Grey socks
Black shoes

Summer Uniform - Girls
Pale blue/white checked summer dresses
White socks
Burgundy cardigan

PE and Swimming
Shorts, short sleeved tee-shirts and plimsolls are required for P.E. On swimming days children can wear burgundy jogging pants, polo shirts and trainers which are easier to manage. All items of clothing need to be marked clearly with the child’s name.

If your child wears boots to school in the winter, please bring in a pair of shoes that they can wear indoors. Your child should be able to run safely in their shoes, please avoid ballet pumps; they are unsafe in a busy playground. 

When your child is young, fastening shoes can be really tricky. Velcro fasteners are the answer to a teacher’s dream!

Our base line is that hairstyles must be sensible. Longer hair should be tied back for safety reasons (and to prevent the spread of headlice) and children should not wear large hair accessories to school. We do not expect children to come to school with hair gel, skin head cuts, lines or shapes cut into the hair or Mohican styles. 

Please do not send your child to school wearing earrings.