Currently, we are unable to accommodate visits for prospective parents for September 2021. Please browse our website or visit our YouTube channel as this will give you a great opportunity to get a feel for our school.
For admissions into our Preschool please apply directly to the school or download a copy of the application form in from the 'Preschool' section of the website.
For admissions into Reception and up to Year 6 please apply through the London Borough of Bromley using their application form. Visits to the school can be arranged once an application has been received.
Key Stage Two Uniform
All Key Stage Two pupils (years 3-6) are expected to wear a pale blue school shirt, James Dixon tie with a navy blue V-neck jumper – this can be a school logoed jumper or a plain navy jumper. Navy blue skirt, dress, trousers or knee length shorts. On warmer days, children are allowed to wear a blue checked summer dress.
Neutral coloured tights (navy, black, cream/white) and if a hijab is worn it should be navy blue or black.
Key Stage One Uniform
All Key Stage One and Reception pupils (years R-2) are expected to wear a blue school shirt or polo shirt, with a navy blue jumper – this can be a school logoed jumper or a plain navy jumper. Navy blue skirt, dress, trousers or knee length shorts. On warmer days, children are allowed to wear a blue checked summer dress. Neutral coloured tights (navy, black, cream/white) and if a hijab is worn it should be navy blue or black.
Flat black shoes or plain black trainers should be worn. If a pupil needs to wear wellington boots or warm boots to travel to school in comfort, they must have their normal school shoes with them to change into.
James Dixon Primary School is a Forest School. Each child should have a pair of wellington boots in readiness for their Forest School sessions.
One pair of stud earrings – no other piercings are acceptable.
Pupils are not permitted to wear any other jewellery in the school grounds, due to health and safety risks. Some religious jewellery may on occasion be permitted, this will be considered by the headteacher on a case-by-case basis.
James Dixon Primary School does not consider make-up appropriate and pupils are not permitted to wear any such products; however, there may be exceptions in extreme circumstances, at the headteacher’s discretion (i.e. a pupil may be permitted to cover heavy scarring/skin damage).
All clothing and footwear should be clearly labelled with the pupil’s name.
Where to buy
The main stockist for any logoed/compulsory items of James Dixon Primary School uniform is Wearabouts, Sydenham which is also an on-line supplier who can deliver your orders to school.
Find them at -
99 Sydenham Road
0208 659 9917