At Homefield we expect boys to be smart and well turned out at all times. High value is placed on these standards. The Homefield Preparatory School uniform is compulsory. Click below to see the uniform checklist of the items you will need for your son:
Nursery & Reception Uniform Checklist
Years 1 & 2 Uniform Checklist
Year 3 Uniform Checklist
Years 4 to 8 Uniform Checklist
Items of uniform, in both regulation and non-regulation design, are available to purchase online from our supplier Stevensons, or if you prefer you can visit their Lester Bowden shop in Epsom. Appointments are available upon request from Stevensons.
Lester Bowden shop:
Address: 109-113, The Old Spread Eagle, High St, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 8DN
Tel: 01372 747474
Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday, 9am – 5.30pm
For your convenience we also provide the following uniform services at school to support parents:
A Sizing Shop:
We offer the opportunity to trial sizes before purchasing items online by visitng our Sizing Shop here at Homefield. It is open on a drop in basis every Monday during term time from 3:30pm to 5.00pm.
Purchase of Small Items:
Hats, scarves, gloves and summer caps can now be ordered from the Front Office using the official order form below. The completed form should be handed in to the Front Office or emailed to email@example.com. Please allow two school days for your order to be ready for collection or you can request for the items to be delivered to your son’s class. We will try to fulfill orders as quickly as possible. For administration purposes, orders can only be accepted on our official order form:
Small Items Order Form
Free delivery of items from Stevensons to school:
Items purchased via Stevensons online can now be collected from the Front Office if you choose to take advantage of their free delivery option. Please check the Stevensons website for details on delivery timings.
Finally, please note that hair should be tidy, off the collar and out of the eyes. We do not wish boys to be distracted whilst studying or at sport. Hair should neither be too long nor inappropriately short or shaven. Where in doubt, with matters of dress and appearance, the arbiters of what is acceptable are the Deputy Head and ultimately the Headmaster who can provide further guidance. Should a boy come to school with unsatisfactory appearance parents will be contacted in order to quickly resolve matters.