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St Mary’s School Uniform

 

Winter Uniform

  • School Jumper or Cardigan
  • Grey or Navy Trousers, Skirt or Pinafore
  • White Polo Shirt or Shirt
  • Tie (Optional)
  • White or Grey Socks
  • Black Shoes or Black Boots (suitable for running around in)

 

Please ensure shoes are age appropriate and easy to get on and off as we change into wellies regularly. You do not need all items with a school logo, just the jumper or cardigan.

 

PE Kit

On PE days, children are expected to attend school wearing their PE kit as outlined below::

 

  • Plain navy jogging bottoms and top (no football kits)
  • White Polo Shirt
  • Trainers

 

Wellingtons

Trainers may get very wet so it would be practical to bring in school shoes to put on after PE. We ask that all children bring in a pair of wellingtons which can be left in class welly sheds. This enables us to make use of our wonderful school grounds all year round. Please ensure wellingtons are clearly labelled. 

 

Uniform Care - Labelling 

Often school jumpers or items of school uniform can become misplaced. Please ensure all items of clothing are clearly marked with your child's name. We will then do our best to reunite missing items. All un-named items are held in the schools lost property for a short period of time and if not claimed, recycled. 

 

Purchasing School Uniform

Items available from the School Office: 

 

School Book Bags - £5.95 

PE Bags - £3.75

School Ties (elastic) - £3.50

School Ties - £4.00

 

All other school uniform, can be purchased through Linela by using the weblink below: 

Wearing of jewellery in school

This policy has been implemented to ensure the health and safety of all pupils in the school and to avoid the loss of or damage to pupils’ valuable possessions. The risk of injury from children wearing jewellery in school gets greater every day. They are at risk during PE sessions, running around on the playground and climbing apparatus, and during swimming lessons. The school will not accept responsibility for any injuries which occur through the wearing of jewellery.

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