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We are proud to wear uniform at our school as it is a way of celebrating our togetherness and creates a sense of identity and community.  It also helps set high standards and promote pride in the school.

A uniform is hard-wearing, serviceable, reasonably priced, sensible clothing for active children. It reduces the need for a varied wardrobe and prevents daily arguments over what to wear.

BOTH

Navy blue sweatshirt* with school logo (or sweat-cardigan* for girls)

OR

Plain navy blue sweatshirt/cardigan with no logo

White polo shirt or collared cotton shirt

BOYS

Black or grey long trousers

Black or grey tailored shorts

Black or grey socks

Black closed in shoes

NO TRAINERS

GIRLS

Black or grey skirt or pinafore dress

Black or grey long trousers NO LEGGINGS

Black or grey tailored shorts

Pale blue/white striped or checked dress

White or grey socks

Black closed in shoes (all footwear max height 2cm)

NO TRAINERS

Blue, white or black hair accessories

Indoor PE:

Plain white t-shirt/Black shorts

Bare feet

Outdoor PE:

As indoor plus: Plain navy sweatshirt & navy jogging bottoms

Trainers (black plimsolls with velcro fastenings for Reception & KS1)

* available from school office

Please be aware that hoodies, tracksuits trousers, leggings, fashion trousers, trainers and boots are not part of our school uniform.

 

There is usually a stock of second hand uniform available, and anyone needing support to purchase uniform, please contact the school office.

 

Please, please label everything. There is a greater chance of finding lost property if it is clearly named!

 

Jewellery & Hair

No nail varnish or jewellery should be worn in school.  Watches may be worn.  Children with pierced ears should wear simple studs, which need to be removed for PE.  Ideally these should not be worn on PE days.  If they are, pupils need to supply their own named container in which to store them during the lesson and need to be able to remove and replace them independently. 

 

If your child’s hair is long enough, please ensure it is tied back.  Sometimes shoulder length hair may not be quite long enough to tie back.  In these cases, we ask that pupils wear a plain hairband or plain hairclips to keep their hair away from their face.  These should be in a colour in keeping with the uniform e.g. blue, white or black.  We also discourage excessive use of hair gel. 

 

Children are asked to remove their glasses during PE.  If this is not possible please let us know.

 

We encourage independence and high standards from our children in everything we do at St. Mary's and correct, smart school uniform is very much a part of this and your support with this is greatly appreciated.

 

 
 
 
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