Castle Wood

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School Uniform  

Our school uniform can be purchased from:

Andy Blair School Wear, 88-90 Barker Butts Lane, Coundon, Coventry, CV6 1DY. 

You can purchase online at


In choosing our uniform items we have considered very carefully the differing needs of all of our children and the desire to promote independence. 

A list of the recommended uniform that is required for each key stage is below:

 Nursery and Reception

  • Castle Wood navy V-neck sweatshirt or cardigan (branded only)
  • Sky blue polo shirt (branded available)
  • Black jogging bottoms / leggings
  • Black shorts or mid-blue gingham summer dress for summer term (optional)
  • Footwear that is suitable for physical activities e.g. trainers, pedro boots. Shoes must be closed toe.  Velcro rather than lace up or buckle fastening preferred
  • White, grey or black socks

Key Stage 1 & 2

  • Castle Wood navy V-neck sweatshirt or cardigan (branded only)
  • Black leggings or jogging bottoms or grey trousers or grey school skirt
  • Mid-blue gingham summer dress or black or grey shorts for summer term (optional)
  • Sky blue polo shirt (branded available)
  • Black school shoes or trainers (no open toed shoes or sandals)

PE Kit (applicable to all children)

  • White T-Shirt
  • Black shorts
  • PE can be done in bare feet although you may wish to supply your child with suitable black PE pumps / plimsolls

Swimming Kit (you will be told if your children requires this)

  • One piece swimming costume (no bikinis) or swimming trunks / shorts
  • Swimming towel
  • Swim nappy (if required)

Other items available

  • Navy school rucksack (optional branded one available)
  • Navy swimming bag (optional branded one available)
  • Navy legionnaire cap (optional branded one available)
  • Navy school fleece jacket (optional branded one available)
  • Navy reversible school coat with fleece lining (optional branded one available)

Any parent or carer who feels they will not be able to ensure their child is dressed appropriately in correct school uniform, should discuss this with their child’s class teacher.