School Uniform

We expect pupils to be neatly dressed at all times. There is a school uniform and we actively encourage pupils to wear it. Good quality red sweatshirts, printed with the school logo, and white polo shirts similarly printed, can be obtained at reasonable cost from the school. We also sell school fleeces, woollen hats and waterproof jackets. The PTA sell these in school on the first Monday of each month (at 2.45 pm). If you need to order at other times, you can put your order form into school and the PTA will process your order and put the items to your child’s class.

We have chosen a simple uniform that is readily available at any main store, apart from items with the school badge:

  • Red jumper or cardigan

  • White polo shirt or shirt

  • Grey pinafore/red and white checked dress

  • Black or grey trousers, shorts or skirt

  • Smart black or grey shoes

P.E. Kit

Gym kit, consisting of black gym shorts , white T-shirt and gym shoes, is required for P.E.

Please see order forms below. These should be handed into the school office with payment.

Ashley-Road-School-Uniform-Order-Form1-2 (1).pdf
Ashley-Road-PE-Kit-Order-Form-master-2015 (1)

School Clothing Grant

Aberdeen City Council can, in some circumstances, provide a grant towards the costs of school clothing and footwear if you receive certain benefits.

The current grant is £100 for both primary school and secondary school pupils. For pupils of statutory school age the grant is paid to parents; for pupils over statutory school age the grant is paid to the student.

You can apply for a school clothing grant if you or your family receive any of these benefits:

  • Income Support

  • Income-based Job Seeker's Allowance (JSA)

  • Any income related element of Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

  • Child Tax Credit (CTC), but not Working Tax Credit, and your annual income is less than £16,105

  • Both maximum Child Tax Credit and maximum Working Tax Credit and your annual income is under £6,900

  • Universal Credit, and your monthly earned income is not more than £610

  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

  • Housing Benefit and/or Council Tax Reduction