We are proud of Pinchbeck East Academy and especially proud of the way the children look. We are particular about school uniform and we feel it is very important to ensure the children maintain a high standard of dress.
We have a uniform because we believe the children are proud of being members of their school. It has a unifying effect and for new starters particularly, gives the children an immediate sense of “belonging”. Their high standard of appearance is, we believe, reflected in the quality of their work, and is often commented upon by visitors. The basic colour scheme is Royal Blue, Grey & White.
Plain to match
Socks or tights
Plain to match uniform
Pullover or cardigan
Blue & Silver
Blue & Silver
Black Shoes/sensible sandals
Black shoes/sensible sandals
(low heeled – no more than 2” heel)
In the warmer weather girls wear summer dresses in blue and white check or thin stripe, in any style. The school has baseball caps and reversible coats for sale in school.
School uniform can be purchased from Nationwide School Uniforms at the following address
Samples of uniform are available at the school office for you to try on.
Second Hand Uniform
Support for purchasing uniform is available for those families who need help, and although we do not sell second hand uniform, we receive donations of used uniform items, which we are always happy to pass on to families. Please contact the school office for updates of what second hand uniform we have or if you are eligible for support with purchasing uniform.
Plimsolls or trainers
When the weather gets colder, children will need plain blue/dark tracksuit bottoms and top
A generic item will be accepted or if a branded one is required; an item can only be purchased from a specific retailer or if it can be purchased more widely.
Hat for girls or boys whose hair, when wet, is below eyebrow level.
No jewellery to be worn for any PE activity.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL ITEMS OF UNIFORM ARE MARKED CLEARLY WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME.
Jewellery, except for plain ear studs, should not be worn in school for safety reasons and all ear studs should be removed for PE and games.
Any items brought into school are the responsibility of the child. The school can take no responsibility for loss or damage.
Mobile telephones should be handed in at the school office on arrival at school.