Nishkam School pupils are ambassadors of the School and all the Nishkam Schools in the trust. We believe our uniform fosters a sense of belonging, pride and identity. It sets high standards for pupils and makes an important contribution to a positive learning environment. We ask that parents support us with the uniform policy and ensure pupils come to school with smart, clean uniform on every day.

The schools uniform supplier is My Uniform Hub





70b Soho Road,



B21 9BH

0121 551 7719

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm

Saturday 11am – 2pm

(extended hours on Saturdays over the summer period)

Sunday’s Closed

Please ensure that all items of uniform are clearly labelled with your child’s name; this is very important as we cannot take responsibility for unnamed items.

UNIFORM Items available from

My Uniform Hub

Available from other retail outlets

e.g. supermarkets

Compulsory School blazer (mid grey, red trim and school crest) tick
School tie tick
School regulation jumper (red with school crest) tick
Grey Pinafore/trousers (mid grey) tick
Chunni (head scarf) for Sikh pupils during prayers (mid grey) tick
White Blouse tick tick
Grey Tights/socks tick tick
Black Shoes tick
Reading Bag tick
Summer Uniform Red Gingham dress tick
White tights or socks tick
Compulsory School blazer (mid grey, red trim and school crest) tick
School tie tick
School regulation jumper (red with school crest) tick
Dastaar/Patka for keshadari Sikh pupils (mid grey) tick
White Shirt tick tick
Grey Trousers tick tick
Black Shoes tick
Reading Bag tick
Summer Uniform Grey Shorts tick
Grey Socks tick
BOYS/GIRLS PE; Compulsory White Polo Shirt tick
Black sports shorts tick tick
Black track suit bottoms tick tick
Slip on pumps (indoor only) tick
PE bag with logo tick
Trainers (outdoor only) tick

Articles of Faith

  • Articles of faith may be worn as specified by an appropriate religious authority.
  • A Kirpan may be worn under the uniform by Amritdhari (initiated) Sikhs only, with written permission from parents.


In the interests of safety, pupils should not wear jewellery as these can easily get caught. Articles of faith maybe worn; we will ask children to help us make a safe environment for all by respectfully asking them to cover articles of faith with protective cover during PE to prevent any risk of accident.

To reflect any professional learning environment, Boys are not permitted to wear earrings. Girls may wear simple stud earrings.

Pupils should not come to school wearing any of the following;

I was prescribed Soma because of the nerve impingement in my lower spine.
Two of my vertebrae are dislocated, and when I make considerable efforts, it causes shift and impingement. I started to take Soma (20-30 mg a day). It doesn’t only relieve pain, but also positively affects the nerve recovery. Naturally, additional procedures like massage, the use of analgesic and warming ointments would be beneficial. Under the impact of Soma, they will be less painful.
  • A loosely hanging patka; it should be tied neatly.
  • Loose hair. Keshadhari boys should tie hair at the top of the head and not at the back. It is encouraged that Keshadhari Sikh boys will wear a Dastaar from when they are able.
  • Skirts/pinafore other than the standard school uniform version.
  • Jeans or skinny trousers
  • Leggings (or similar).
  • Patterned tights; only plain grey tights with the school skirt will be permitted.
  • Flip flops or trainers.
  • Jewellery including bracelets, necklaces, wristbands, non-ear piercings. Stipulated articles of faith may be worn.
  • Earrings other than simple studs for female students, or multiple pairs of earrings.
  • Male students wearing earrings.
  • Acrylic nails, nail gels, nail colouring and varnish.
  • Hoodies, denim jackets, leather jackets or tracksuit tops worn as an outside jacket.
  • Extreme hairstyles (Mohawks, tramlines, shaved patterns, less than grade two, unnatural hair dye colours).

The uniform is compulsory to wear at all times on the journey to and from the school and during the school day. Failure to adhere to the policy is serious and will be addressed through the school’s behaviour protocols.