GLF Schools

GLF Schools

GLF Schools was founded in 2012 in order to enable the federation of Glyn School (an academy in 2011) and Danetree Junior School. Together, we began our journey to become a MAT of more than 1000 talented staff working with over 10,000 children in 40 schools across 5 regions in southern England.


Our uniform supplier is Price & Buckland, an on-line store and orders are made via
their website:

There is no requirement for you to buy all uniform specifically from our supplier as most items can be purchased from local stores. However, Price & Buckland are the only place you are able to purchase uniform with the school logo, ie jumper, cardigan, PE tops (see coding P&B below).


Summer (optional)

Tailored skirt/pinafore - dark grey.

Plain style dark grey tailored trousers.

Royal blue and white checked dress.

Grey knee length tailored shorts or culottes.

**Shorts of a shorter length are not permitted.**

Royal blue ‘v’ necked pullover or cardigan - with school logo (P&B)


Lower School - pale blue polo shirt - school logo optional.

Upper School - Pale blue revere blouse or shirt, buttoned with tie.


School tie (P&B)


Plain flat black school shoes.

**Ballerina pumps, open toe sandals, trainers or fabric shoes are not permitted.**

Plain flat black school shoes.

**Ballerina pumps, open toe sandals, trainers or fabric shoes are not permitted.**

Grey tights.

Dark grey/black socks.

White socks to be worn with a summer dress.

Dark coloured winter coat.



P.E. Kit

Plain black shorts or tracksuit bottoms - no logos.

Blue sports top with school logo (P&B)

Blue Sports Hoodie with school logo (P&B)

Dark/white plain trainers. 

Spare socks.

**Plimsolls are not required.**

Additional information to note:

  • All items must be named.

  • For safety reasons, no jewellery is permitted, except a watch and small silver/gold stud earrings. These remain your child’s responsibility.
    • Earrings must be removed before a P.E. lesson.Please provide a named box for storage. If a child is unable to remove their earrings, they must bring in tape to put over them.
    • Ear piercing should only be done at the beginning of the Summer holidays, to allow time to heal.
    • No smart watches are allowed to be worn.
  • Nail varnish and make up is not allowed and if worn, children will be asked to remove it.
  • Hair must be tied back with a plain white or blue hairband, if shoulder length or longer. Hair slides, ribbons etc should be discrete, blue or white without decoration.

There should be no unnecessary accessories, colourants, excessive gels or designs ‘cut’ into the hair.