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St Mary’s School Uniform
 

Boys

  • Grey trousers, white shirt and school tie.

  • School sweatshirt.

  • Grey socks and dark shoes.

  • Navy or white polo shirts with grey shorts in the summer.


Girls

  • Navy skirt or pinafore, white blouse and school tie.

  • School sweatshirt or cardigan.

  • White socks and dark shoes.

  • School dress/navy or white polo shirt during the summer.

  • Navy or blue hair accessories if necessary.

 

PE Kit
Indoor
Navy/dark shorts.
White polo/t-shirt.
Black daps.

Outdoor
Navy sweatshirt/track suit top.
Navy Jogging bottoms/track suit bottoms.
Navy or white polo/t-shirt.
Outdoor trainers and socks.

 

COVID 19 - changes to school uniform requirements 2020 - 2021

Please note that we no longer allow any bags other than a school reading book bag or lunch box into school in order to reduce the risk of cross contamination.

From September 2020, on the days when your child has their PE lesson they will be expected to come to school wearing their PE kit as outlined above. Thank you.

In addition to the above during winter months we ask the children to bring in wellingtons so that they can go on the field during play times.

Please put their names in the wellingtons. 


School book bags and P.E. bags can be purchased from the school office at £5.95 and £3.75 each.

School ties are also available at £3.50 for an elastic tie and £4.00 for self tying tie
 

Please ensure that all items of clothing are clearly marked with your child’s name. If a marker pen is used for this, please check periodically to ensure the name is still visible. All un-named items are placed in the school’s lost property.

 

You can find details of our school uniform, purchased through Initially Yours, at the following website:

www.initiallyyours.co.uk

Tel:  0117 956 0909

 

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.

 

Wearing of Jewellery Policy

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