All items of school clothing are available from Harrisons Schoolwear in Great Yarmouth. To make an order, please contact Harrisons directly via phone, email or by visiting their shop.
Phone: 01493 662214
Address: 73 Southtown Road, Great Yarmouth, NR31 0DY
All children at Hemsby Primary School are expected to wear our uniform and are encouraged to maintain a high standard of appearance in school (e.g. shirts tucked in, ties done up). It is designed to be hard wearing, practical and offer good value for money.
Our uniform is important because it:
- Creates a sense of belonging and community
- Provides a common purpose and shared values
- Promotes a sense of pride in our school and looks smart
- Makes children feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance
- Is designed with health and safety in mind
Our school colours are navy blue, sky blue and white. Items bearing the school logo are available from Harrisons in Great Yarmouth.
We are moving towards a sky blue and navy-blue uniform. As this will be a cross-over year for our minor uniform change, we are happy for children to wear white or sky blue on the top part of their uniform. We aim to lose the white tops for the start of the academic year 2022.
Navy school sweatshirt or cardigan
White or sky-blue shirt or polo shirt (Reception and Key Stage 1)
White or sky-blue shirt and school tie (Key Stage 2)
Navy trousers or shorts
Navy knee length pleated skirt or pinafore
Blue/white checked summer dress
Plain navy, black or white socks or navy tights
Safe school shoes navy or black (no trainers)
Plain white or sky-blue t shirt (indoor/outdoor)
Plain navy shorts (indoor/outdoor)
Tracksuit bottoms and top (navy or black) (outdoor)
Bare feet or Plimsolls (indoor)
Please name all items of clothing
NO jewellery, only a wristwatch and a single pair of stud earrings is allowed. All jewellery must be removed for sports lessons and activities. If jewellery cannot be removed, it must be taped over during active sessions.
Hair accessories such as hair bands, slides, ribbons, bobbles, etc should be small and plain and either blue or black.
For health reasons it is important that children are properly dressed for physical activity. PE kit should be kept in a named drawstring bag.
We have pride in our pupils and the way they wear our school uniform. We do not tolerate extreme haircuts, make up or nail varnish in school. We value your support with this.
To access our full school uniform policy, please see below.
A school bag/book bag is required to bring items to and from school. A sturdy lunchbox is needed for packed lunches.
Key Stage 2 must bring their own equipment, a pencil case with pens, pencils, rubber and ruler every day.
Toys, mobile phones and other expensive items are not permitted in school. We do not accept any responsibility for the loss of personal possessions from school premises.