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School uniform

School uniform

We believe strongly in school uniform as it reflects our commitment to the equal worth of each individual.  High standards of personal presentation reinforce our values of self-respect and pride in our community.

Each pupil is expected to wear his/her uniform appropriately, in adherence to our school’s standard.  In doing so, our students show that they are proud to be part of St. Mary’s C.E. Primary School.  We ask for your child’s name inside all clothing.

 

BOYS – Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1, Years 3 & 4

Purple school sweatshirt

Yellow school polo shirt

Mid grey school trousers/shorts – not black

Black sensible school shoes – no trainers or fashion shoes

Grey, black or white socks – no multi-colours

 

GIRLS – Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1, Years 3 & 4

Purple school sweatshirt/cardigan

Yellow school polo shirt

Purple tartan kilt or purple tartan pinafore dress (no leggings) – no other colours

Black sensible school shoes

Grey socks/grey tights

Purple gingham dress during summer – (either white tights or white socks can be worn)

Headscarves – plain black or purple

Headbands/bobbles/clips – purple/yellow – no patterns, large bows or flowers (see hairstyles)

 

BOYS & GIRLS YEAR 5

White shirts

School tie

V neck school sweatshirt/cardigan

All other clothing/details as above

 

BOYS & GIRLS YEAR 6

White shirts

School tie

School blazer

All other clothing/details as above

 

Physical Education Kit

When you child begins their school life at St. Mary’s C.E. (A) Primary School they will take part in regular Physical Education lessons.  This will require your child to bring a Physical Education Kit.  This will remain in school in a bag with your child’s name clearly written on at all times during term time.

 

School yellow PE T-shirt

Plain black shorts – no motifs or lines

Plain black tracksuit bottoms and sweatshirt or school PE hoody– no motifs or hoods

Foundation Stage & Key Stage 1 – black non marking plimsolls

Key Stage 2 – plain black or white trainers – no bright colours

 Hairstyles

 As a school we would always want pupils to look smart at all times. It is expected therefore that children’s hairstyles are smart too and follow the guidance detailed below.

Pupils should not wear extreme hair fashions that attract attention. These would include:

  • shaved or partially shaved hair i.e. shaved at the sides or with lines or images cut into the hair
  • No noticeably dyed hair
  • Mohicans.
  • Top knots (unless this is part of religious practice)
  • Hair bows, bobbles and hairbands should be small and in school colours - no large JoJo bows
  • Head scarves (worn as part of religious practice) should be either plain purple or black- no patterns or sparkles.

 Jewellery – Small stud earrings only, which must be removed before coming to school on PE days.

In order to maintain a high standard of appearance no change of uniform is acceptable

School Uniform can be ordered either at the shop or through school and delivered to school for parents convenience. It is supplied by:-

National Schoolwear Centre, 99-101 Stafford Street, Hanley, Stoke on Trent, ST1 1LS.

Telephone number 01782 272991.