School uniform

At Broadacre Primary School, we expect that all children wear school uniform.

This consists of:-

  • School royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan
  • White polo shirt
  • Grey or black trousers / shorts.
  • Blue checked summer dresses in the summer.
  • Plain black shoes/trainers or sensible sandals.
  • Grey or black skirt.

Leggings and tracksuit bottoms are not permitted.

We are no longer stocking uniform on the school site.
All uniform can now be purchased in one of three ways:

On the Beck’s Outfitters website linked below –

At the shop – Becks Outfitters, 443 Endike Lane, Hull, HU6 8AG

  • School royal blue sweatshirt (£9.25) or cardigan (£11.25)
  • School white polo shirt (£7.00)
  • School royal blue PE shirt (£5.50)
  • School book bag (£5.00)

Alternatively, parents are welcome to buy non-branded uniform items from supermarkets or other shops, providing that the items are the correct colour(s).

All uniform comes in a range of sizes and is available to order directly to school, free of charge or to an address of your choice, for a delivery fee.

Please make sure that all clothing is labelled clearly to avoid confusion and loss.

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