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Market Drayton Junior School

Market Drayton Junior School

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The school has a formal Code of Dress.  Our aim is to recommend suitable, hard wearing, machine washable clothes at affordable prices that can be obtained from a wide variety of outlets such as shops in the local community, the market, chain stores and mail order firms. 


School sweatshirts, polo shirts and coats, with our logo on, can be purchased from School's In Market Drayton Junior School from the 'My School' menu tab to view the uniform available to purchase.


School's In also have three local shops that you can visit to try on and purchase uniform:





Book Appointment

41 Weston Road, Meir

Stoke-on-Trent ST3 6AB

United Kingdom

Mon-Fri: 9:00am – 17:30pm

Sat: 9:00am – 17:00pm

Sun: Closed

Book Appointment

Unit 11, Emerald Way

Stone Business Park ST15 0SR

United Kingdom

Tue-Sat: 9:00am – 17:00pm

Sun-Mon: Closed

Book Appointment

54 Hospital Street

Nantwich, Cheshire CW5 5RP

United Kingdom

Mon-Tue: 9:30am – 17:00pm

Thu-Sat: 9:30am – 17:00pm

Sun & Wed: Closed

01782 310 111

01785 286 700

01270 618 957

In September 2024 our branded uniform will be changing to incorporate our new school logo.  New pupils joining the school from September onwards will only be able to purchase the new style uniform.  Existing pupils can continue to wear any current uniform until outgrown and this will be phased out, as it is replaced.

Current Uniform

New Uniform (September 2024 onwards)

There is no requirement to wear school branded/badged uniform.  Plain items purchased from high street/supermarket chain stores and the such like are perfectly acceptable, providing they adhere to the school's uniform/colour policy as follows:

For winter the children wear dark green sweatshirts or cardigans.  These should be worn with white polo shirts/blouses and grey or black skirts or trousers.  Jeans are definitely not acceptable.


Summer wear for boys consists of grey/black shorts/trousers worn with white polo shirts. Summer wear for girls consists of check dresses in green.  Alternatively polo shirts could be worn with grey/black shorts or skirts. Shorts and skirts should be knee length.


School shoes should be sensible and practical. We do not allow children to wear high heeled shoes, boots or trainers, for health and safety reasons.

PE / Games kits


All children must come to school wearing their PE kit on their relevant PE days (with a change of shoes available in case footwear gets muddy).


Indoor kit 

Green or black sports shorts (the style shown in the above image - not tight fitting cycling style shorts)

Plain white, round-neck T-shirts


Outdoor kit

Green or black sports shorts (the style shown in the above image - not tight fitting cycling style shorts)

Plain white, round-neck T-shirts


In winter they need a plain tracksuit, joggers, sweatshirt or hooded jumper

(No branded/football kits or leggings).  Our uniform supplier 'Schools In' sells a green PE hoody with the school logo on, printed initials can also be added. 


Please note that branded or fashion sportwear, including football club strips, is not to be worn.  As children wear their PE kits to school all day on the relevant days, the kit needs to follow the school's uniform policy and be smart and consistent across the board.


Trainers need to be in addition to their normal shoes so that they can change if it is wet or muddy on the field. 



Jewellery and Hair Styles


Jewellery, other than plain ear studs, extreme hair styles, including hair colouring, hair gel and razor cut designs are not permitted, nor are excessive hair decorations, such as large colourful bows.


If your child has hair that is shoulder length or longer, for safety reasons it will need to be tied up. 

Decorative items such as nail varnish should not be worn.

Please note: all earrings must be removed before PE/ Swimming lessons so please either remove them before your child comes to school or check that your child can do so independently. 

Lost Property


All items, including clothing, shoes, lunchboxes etc. should be marked with your child's name - please check names regularly. In a large school it is almost impossible to trace lost property unless it is marked.


If any item of your child's property is lost please let us know as soon as possible. Lost property found around the school is handed in and if not claimed is held for a short period before being disposed of.


We cannot take responsibility for any item of valuable personal property.

Uniform Hub

The Market Drayton Uniform Hub is a voluntary hub set up and run by volunteers from the local churches, to take in donations of unused and outgrown uniform for second hand use.  The donated items are cleaned and repaired as necessary, before being made available free of charge, to those in the community who may need it.  Please see the poster for contact details, if you feel you would benefit from this service or if you would like to donate any items of uniform for re-use.   Click here to visit their online form.

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