Rostron Avenue, Ardwick, Manchester, M12 5NP

0161 273 4654

Armitage CE Primary School

"Aiming High"

School Uniform

Children wear school uniform every day.

Trousers/Skirts - Grey or Black - available from most supermarkets e.g. Asda, Tesco, Matalan, etc.
Polo Shirts - Light Blue or White - available from most supermarkets. e.g. Asda, Tesco, Matalan, etc.
Jumpers/Cardigans - Royal Blue - available from most supermarkets. e.g. Asda, Tesco, Matalan, etc.
Blue checked summer dresses can also be worn
Footwear - Sensible footwear (preferably well-fitted, flat shoes that keep feet dry!)
Plain socks/tights

If you wish to purchase school uniform with an embroidered school logo, these can be purchased from the school office or direct from School TrendsThere are also regular sales organised by the Parent Council for second hand uniform.  

Uniform price if purchased from the school office:

Polo Shirt (Light blue or White)

22" - 32"          £8.00

34" - 52"          £11.00

Jumper (Royal Blue)

22" - 32"          £10.50

34" - 52"          £13.00

Cardigan (Royal Blue)

22" - 32"           £12.00

34" - 52"           £14.00

Full Zipped Fleece (Navy Blue)

Age 3/4 - 11/12        £17.00

S - XXL                     £19.50

In addition, you can also purchase the following items with the school logo:

Book Bags    £5.00

Shoulder Bags    £7.50

PE Kit

Black shorts and a blue t-shirt with the school logo on are provided for all children (Nursery to Year 6) at no cost to parents/carers. In the colder months, children may bring in plain tracksuits to wear for outdoor PE lessons. Pumps or trainers should be worn for outdoor PE - parents/carers will need to provide these.  Ideally, the children should change into these for PE, rather than wear them for school.

No jewellery should be worn for PE.  If your child does wear stud earrings for school, they will need to be able to remove these ready to participate in PE lessons, or not wear their stud earrings on PE days.  PE days are communicated to parents/carers at the start of the term.


For health and safety reasons, jewellery, including necklaces and rings, etc. should not be worn by children in school.  The only jewellery that children are allowed to wear in school are stud earrings as detailed above.