Dunster First School

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Dunster First School Uniform


Uniform items, including logoed sweatshirts, polo shirts and fleeces are available online from My Clothing at


A donation of 5% is made to the school for every item purchased online. A small stock of sweatshirts is also available for purchase from the school office.


Please note that it is not compulsory to buy sweatshirts with the school logo.


Sensible, comfortable shoes should be worn. Children should not wear high heeled/platform shoes, sandals without a heel strap or training shoes. Hairstyles should be sensible with no dye, mohicans or tramlines




  Winter Summer

Grey Pinafore dress/skirt or long dark grey trousers.

White polo shirt or blouse.
Red pullover or cardigan.
Black/brown shoes (not trainers).
White socks or grey/white/red tights.

Check dress in red and white.
Red pullover or cardigan.
Black shoes or sandals.
White socks.
Boys Long or short dark grey trousers.
White polo shirt or shirt with collar.
Red pullover.
Black/brown shoes (not trainers).
Grey socks.
As winter but sandals may be worn.


P E Kit

1 pair gym shoes

1 white tee shirt

1 pair shorts (red, if possible, or navy)

1 named drawstring bag to keep kit in

Additional Information

Children should have a painting apron or an old shirt to protect clothing whilst doing art work.


Wellington boots must be provided for outdoor activities; as we are frequently outdoors, these are essential bits of our school kit.


All items of clothing should be marked with the child's name.

We do encourage our children to take responsibility for their clothes, this is such a helpful message to reiterate to the children at home, even our littlest ones have to learn these good habits of self care. 


Items of nearly new school uniform can be obtained from the Friends of Dunster School.


We would prefer children not to wear jewellery to school. If your child’s ears are pierced then an earring of the stud variety may be worn. Earrings, watches, bracelets and other jewellery will have to be removed or covered for all physical education activities and many other activities such as drama, or practical workshops.  


Toys: If your child brings a toy into school to play with at break time, they do so at your own and their own risk.  Regrettably, we are not able to ensure items such as this are taken care of.  Therefore, we advise that particularly precious or valuable items do not come into school, as we cannot take responsibility for these items.