Girls School Uniform

The school outfitters who stock the recommended school uniform are:

  • Samuel Daw (in Cross Street, Barnstaple) for uniform.
  • Park School - the only supplier of the PE kit. 
  • Park School - the only supplier of the House Blouse.

School uniform should be worn every day unless there is a ‘non-uniform day’.

  • Girls School UniformPark School Blazer
  • Park School Black 'V' neck pullover/sleeveless (pullover optional)
  • Park School Black tailored trousers/pleated skirt (skirt to be worn at the knee - please see below)
  • House Blouse
  • Black/white ankle/trainer socks
  • Tights: natural/black: plain opaque un-patterned.
  • Sensible Black shoes (not trainers with a coloured/white logo or excessive heels or boots)
  • Hijab: plain black/white

The Park Community School blouses can be obtained only through the School Office.

P.E. Kit:

  • House coloured long-sleeved games top
  • White polo-shirt. (preferably – but optionally – with the school badge in yellow on the left-hand side).
  • Black shorts (not cycling)
  • Training shoes (not boot style) and non-marking soles exclusively for P.E
  • Hockey socks (long yellow)
  • Long hair tied back
  • Shin pads (for hockey)
  • Towel
  • Gum shield for hockey.

Don’t forget to mark all your games kit and school uniform with your name.


For the GCSE PE Kit, please click on link to the Proserve website who supply the GCSE Polo Shirt and Fleece.  A copy of the order form can be found here


School Skirt

Samuel Daws stock the 20” length skirt with various waist sizes, please be aware that the following additional skirt sizes are also available to order. (Please allow plenty of time to place the order.)

Skirt Length (inches) Waist Size (inches)
18" 22" - 34"
20" 22" - 38"
22" 30" - 38"

School Blazers

*Blazers must be worn to and from school, unless students are advised during hot weather that it is a “Shirt-sleeve Order Day”. Blazers should be worn at all times around the school; with a common-sense approach being taken to the wearing of blazers in the classroom.

*It is essential that all Blazers are named on the inside label.


Outdoor Coats should, ideally, be of one colour (Black or Blue)

If a student should come to school in non-uniform, he/she must anticipate being asked to wear appropriate school uniform from school stock or be sent home to change.