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School Uniform

School uniform requirements for our school.

The St Mary’s uniform was chosen after consultation with parents/carers, governors and pupils. The agreed school wear reflects the school’s aims and ethos as a place of learning. It is smart and sensible for everyday wear and presents a good image of the pupils and their school when they are on public display.

School Uniform Recycling Service

At St. Mary’s we are keen for families to utilise our recycling school uniform service, with the aim of reducing waste and recycling uniform items. School uniform is important to us and our pupils, and we want to ensure that we can make our uniform more ‘eco-friendly’. Should you require specific uniform items, please complete the request form below, we will check our school stock to see if the item required is available and send home your items with your child. Should you wish to make a donation to the St. Mary’s PTA for the uniform items, please let the school office know, however, there is no obligation to do so. Likewise, if you have any items of uniform you could donate to our recycling scheme, please hand them in at the school office.  All donations are greatly appreciated. 

Full school uniform must be worn every day unless pupils are told otherwise. Please see our Uniform Policy for further details:

St. Mary’s Uniform PolicyView

Reception & Key Stage 1 Uniform

  • Blue jumper * or cardigan * (with the school logo);
  • Grey trousers or shorts trousers;
  • Grey skirt or mid-grey pinafore dress
  • Blue gingham dresses may be worn in the warm weather
  • White polo shirt (with or without the school logo);
  • All black school shoes
  • Socks/tights – white, black, or grey (dark socks with trousers); navy blue, grey or black plain opaque tights.
  • An optional blue school book bag (with or without the school logo).

Key Stage 2 Uniform-Y3 & Y4

  • Blue jumper * or cardigan* (*with the school logo);
  • Grey or navy trousers or shorts trousers;
  • Navy skirt or navy pinafore dress
  • Blue gingham dresses may be worn in the warm weather
  • White shirt (long or short sleeved);
  • Clip on tie*
  • All black school shoes
  • Socks/tights – white, black, or grey (dark socks with trousers); navy blue, grey or black plain opaque tights.
  • An optional blue school book bag * (*with or without the school logo).

PE/Outdoor Learning Kit

  • Navy polo shirt*
  • Navy PE shorts*/skort*
  • Navy PE socks
  • Navy hoody top
  • Plain navy jogging bottoms/leggings
  • Sports trainer
  • Old trainers/boots/wellingtons that you do not mind getting wet/muddy.
  • (No football strips are to be worn for PE)

Swimming Kit (Key Stage 2)

  • A suitably sized towel
  • Swimming costume (no bikinis)
  • Swimming shorts (not below the knee)
  • Swimming googles (if required).

General points

All items of uniform, footwear and PE/swimming/Forest School kit should be clearly labelled with your child’s name. No logos or branding (other than the school logo) should be displayed on any uniform.

The items above which are marked with an asterisk (*), which contain the school logo, can be purchased from: https://www.saltouk.com/

SALTO UK Ltd

01661 835 240

enquiries@saltouk.com

Plain items without the school logo, (such as trousers, jumpers, skirts, t-shirts, jogging bottoms, leggings, shirts, polo shirts etc) may be purchased either from any major store or supermarket providing that they closely match the colour requirements listed above.

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Updated | 21st November, 2023 |

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