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The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) is a Multi-Academy Trust created in November 2013 and led by Howard of Effingham School, an outstanding school which is also a designated Academy Sponsor. Visit website

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School Uniform

Our local supplier for school uniform is the Kit Shop - their contact details are below:

Kit Shop, 
232 Cobham Road, 
Fetcham, KT22 9JQ 

01372 378303


Mon – Fri 9.00am – 5.30pm
Sat – 9.00am – 5.00pm

You can also buy uniform from Mapac, a company providing online uniform for schools. There are 3 options available to parents wishing to buy uniform from this provider:

1. Order uniform online by debit/credit card.  Please go to:
2. Raise an order online, print it off and send with a cheque to Mapac.

3. Collect an order form from school, complete and send off with a cheque.

Please note that all sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts and PE t-shirts must have the school logo and be purchased from one of our school suppliers.  

Girls’ Uniform

  • Navy blue v-neck sweatshirt with school logo or knitted cardigan.
  • Red polo shirt with school logo.
  • Grey skirt, pinafore dress or trousers.
  • Red and white checked dress, with red checked collar, optional for summer wear. 
  • Navy tights or socks.
  • Black shoes with a flat or low heel.

Boys’ Uniform

  • Navy blue v-neck sweatshirt with school logo.
  • Red polo shirt with school logo.
  • Grey trousers or shorts.
  • Navy socks.
  • Black shoes.

PE and Games

  • Red t-shirt with logo.
  • Navy blue shorts.
  • Socks.
  • Trainers for outside sport (the children will have bare feet for indoor sport).
  • Plain navy track suit bottoms - optional for winter

Also available to buy are fleeces, painting aprons and grey trousers, shorts and skirts.

The wearing of jewellery is not permitted. Ear studs may be worn but should be removed by the child for PE and swimming lessons. Hair longer than shoulder length should be tied back at all times. Watches may be worn by pupils in the Upper School.

All children from year 1 onwards should be provided with a protective apron for art. An old shirt worn back to front with cuffs removed and elastic inserted is ideal. (Reception class children are provided with a protective apron).