School Uniform

All children are required to use either a Leybourne School book bag or backpack, and logo-ed sweatshirts or sweat cardigans. All other items of uniform (trousers, dresses, polo shirts etc. ) are logo- free and can be purchased from a range of supermarkets and high street stores. New school bags and back packs, and sweatshirts and sweat cardigans, can be purchased from Pages uniform suppliers in Maidstone. Alternatively, a selection of second hand uniform is available to purchase from the school. Please email uniform@leybourne.school for further details.

Pages Uniform Suppliers
Unit 7-8 Granada House
Lower Stone Street
Kent. ME15 6JP

01622 753900


All children’s property and clothing must be clearly marked with their name.

During the school day, and for all sporting activities, long hair should be worn tied back appropriately. Jewellery should not be worn.

Winter Uniform

Grey trousers (long or short), skirt or pinafore

White polo shirt (plain or with the school logo)

Bottle green sweatshirt or sweat cardi with school logo

Grey or white socks, or black or grey tights

Black low-heeled shoes

School fleece jacket (optional)


Summer Uniform

Grey trousers (long or short), skirt or pinafore

Green and white dress, checked or striped

White polo shirt (plain or with the school logo)

Bottle green sweatshirt or sweat cardiwith the school logo

Grey or white socks

Black low-heeled shoes or black or white flat sandals

Leybourne School baseball cap (optional)

PE Clothing

Plain navy blue shorts

White T-shirt without buttons

Pair of plimsolls

Pair of inexpensive trainers (Key Stage 2)

Plain tracksuit (Key Stage 2)

PE clothing should be kept in the school PE drawstring bag.


The wearing of jewellery is not permitted, as these items could be dangerous during many activities in a normal school day.  Children may wear watches, but these much be removed for PE and games.  If a child’s ears are pierced, they may wear plain gold or silver studs (the ball ones) to school.  These must be removed by the child before the child is able to do PE.

If you are considering having your child’s ears pierced, please do so at the beginning of the summer holiday to allow them time to heal without impacting on your child’s education.