Please note that during the current school reopening, visitors will only be granted access to school if they have made an appointment to visit. Please call 0161 485 1177 or email to organise an appointment.


The wearing of school uniform is compulsory from Nursery to the end of Year 6.  There are many advantages – it looks smart, it gives children a greater sense of belonging to the school community and makes them more readily identifiable when together on educational visits.  Parents find it serviceable and a sensible option for ‘fashion conscious’ children.

The official uniform supplier for the school is Monkhouse and all uniform can be purchased on their website.

Please ensure that all items are labelled with names and we will endeavour to return any lost property to their owner.


  • Sky Blue Polo (with white logo)
  • Royal Blue Sweatshirt
  • Jogging bottoms or leggings (black, Navy or Grey)
  • Easy to fasten black shoes (no laces)


  • White Shirt and Tie or Sky Blue Polo
  • Grey Jumper or Cardigan (with the white logo)
  • Grey trousers / Skirt / Pinafore dress

KS1 (Year 1 and 2)

  • White Shirt and Tie
  • Grey Jumper or Cardigan (with the white logo)
  • Grey trousers / Skirt / Pinafore dress


  • White Shirt and Tie (will need the full tie and the elasticated as an option)
  • Grey Jumper or Cardigan (with the white logo)
  • Grey trousers / Skirt / Pinafore dress

A Blue and White Gingham Dress can be worn in Summer instead of the Winter Uniform.

PE Kit

  • Blue wicking shirt with the white logo
  • Black shorts

All P.E. kit to be stored in the Thorn Grove PE bag clearly labelled with their name.

Bookbag (Optional)


Children should wear clean sensible BLACK shoes for school.  Boots, trainers, Doc Martins, heels and open-toed sandals are not suitable.


Only stud earrings are permitted but not encouraged. NO OTHER JEWELLERY e.g. rings, hoop earrings are permitted for safety reasons. Earrings should be taken out for P.E. days.


Hairstyles should be neat and tidy and promote our high standards of dress. Long hair should be tied back.

Children may be sent home to rectify unsuitable hair styles. There should be no extremes of style or colour e.g. no mohicans or hair shorter than a number 2 cut, and no words or patterns cut into the hair. Hair accessories should be discreet and in keeping with school colours.

Thorn Grove Primary School
Woodstock Avenue
Cheadle Hulme