We want our children to look smart when at school and feel proud to wear their uniform and to be part of the Ladysmith Federation community.
Our uniform policy is outlined below. If a child is wearing a jumper, cardigan or fleece, we expect it to be in the school colour of burgundy. If desired, branded Ladysmith Federation jumpers and fleeces can be bought in Thomas Moore in Exeter but the rest of the uniform can be purchased from any high street store or supermarket.
Second hand uniform can be purchased from a PTFA led second hand uniform shop. For details, please see the information below.
Nursery: No set uniform
Hair, Jewellery and accessories
The above uniform policy has been agreed by the Federation Governors as part of the Federation Behaviour Policy.
The CPTT has lots of great quality 2nd hand school uniform for sale. All money goes to the school.
Help us to support the school, reduce waste and help the environment, all while saving yourself a lot of money!
Polo shirts, t-shirts, PE shorts - 50p each
Skirts, pinafores, trousers, shorts, non-logo jumpers and cardigans - £1 each
Logo jumpers and cardigans - £2 each
Logo fleeces - £3 each
Join our Facebook group - Ladysmith School Uniform Sale https://www.facebook.com/groups/878330412958373/ to see what we've got, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pay by PayPal or pay on collection at Infant School reception.
If you have any good quality school uniform to donate, please take it to either the Infant or Junior reception.
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