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All children are expected to wear their uniform at all times. Our uniform is as follows:


The school burgundy sweatshirt or cardigan.

If your child is wearing an old red jumper or sweatshirt please buy the school one when you replace it.

Black, dark grey or navy blue skirts, pinafores or trousers.

Older children should wear smart trousers but we will accept tracksuit bottoms without logos.

White, red or black polo shirt.

Shoes should be appropriate for school. Trainers should be dark and have no significant branding. Wellies are not suitable for everyday wear unless we have snow, ice or heavy rain. As shoes wear out please replace old shoes with ones suitable for school in dark colours – black, brown, navy or grey.

Most children are in perfect uniform every single day and are a credit to you. Children will be rewarded in Celebration Assembly for being in school uniform.


Please note that children may wear a watch and stud earrings. Please do NOT let your child wear drop or hoop earrings as these can cause a nasty accident if they get caught on other children or objects. No necklaces or bracelets should be worn. Any children wearing drop/hoop earrings, bracelets or necklaces will be asked to remove the jewellery and the parent/guardian will be contacted to collect the jewellery from school. Please help us to keep your children safe.

P.E. kit should consist of:

  • White shirt
  • Black shorts
  • Pumps or trainers

Uniform can be ordered and purchased from our school office. Current prices can be found below.

Size Sweatshirts Cardigans
Age 3-4 £8.50 £10.25
Age 5-6 £8.50 £10.25
Age 7-8 £8.50 £10.25
Age 9-10 £8.50 £10.25
Age 11-12 £8.50 £10.25
Age 13 £8.50 £10.25
Bags Price
P.E. / Pump Bag £4.20
Book Bag £5.95
Primrose Hill Primary School
Phoebe Street, Salford M5 3PJ
Tel: 0161 921 2400
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