School Uniform

In line with council policy there is an expectation that all children at Ladybank Primary will wear school uniform.    We pride ourselves in our flexible, inclusive approach to uniform which gives the children a sense of identity and allows us to meet the individual needs of children.

Our school uniform is:

Red sweatshirt or cardigan with or without the school logo
White shirt or a white polo shirt
Grey or black trousers, skirt, shorts or pinafore                                                Red summer gingham dresses are often worn in summer                      And/or Red and Black striped tie
Sensible black shoes, boots or trainers

There is no pressure to buy school uniform with the school badge as we recognise that this can be more expensive.  Uniforms are available in supermarkets in our school colours.


We operate a #SchoolUniformExchange on the Ladybank School Partnership Facebook page to give good quality used school uniform a new home.  This helps us to make sure uniforms don’t reach landfill unnecessarily early!  We welcome any good quality uniform, jackets and winter coats and P.E. kit.  Please hand in any donations to the school office and we will make sure it reaches a new home.

Should you wish to buy uniform with the school badge, it is available to order using our suppliers which are BE Schoolwear (01361 810304) or My Clothing (0800 069 9949)


Information for Parents/Carers Ladybank Primary School 2020-21
We can provide free school meals and a school clothing grant of £100.00 per child if you are on a low income.
To qualify for free schools meals and school clothing grant you must be in receipt of one of the following:
A)   Income Support
B)  Job Seekers Allowance (Income Based)
C)  Employment and Support Allowance (Income Related)
D)  Child Tax Credit only with annual income below £16,105
E)  Child Tax Credit & Working Tax Credit with annual income below         £6420
F)  Support under Part VI of the Immigration & Asylum Act 1999
G)  Universal Credit including those with a take home of pay of up to         £610 per month
H)  Long Term Incapacity Benefit (school clothing grant only)
I)   Widows Allowance if not in full time employment (school                          clothing  grant only)
J)  Child Tax Credit & Working Tax Credit with annual income below       £69,00 (school clothing grant only)

If you don’t meet this criteria but your child is in P1-5, they still receive free school meals.

Free school milk will only be given if the above criteria is met.



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