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School Uniform 

Our uniform consists of

a long or short-sleeved white school shirt/blouse

a house tie (from our uniform provider see above)

 royal blue sweatshirt/cardigan with the school crest (from our uniform provider see above)

tartan kilt (not skirt);

dark grey trousers or shorts in a sensible, loose-fitting style

No tight trousers, leggings or jeans please.

Gingham dresses may be worn during the summer term (in house colour or colour of choice).

Suitable dark-coloured school shoes should be worn. Trainers are not to be worn apart from during PE lessons. Open-toed sandals are also unsuitable.

 

All the uniform listed above is available to buy online from our uniform provider.  Item can be bought at other retailers except for the sweatshirt/cardigan, tie and book bag.

 

The Friends of St Mary's also run a second-hand uniform shop

Kilts

Kilts must be kilts and not tartan skirts. Kilts are available to buy online and are priced very reasonably. They can be machine washed and hung to dry. Your child may wear a kilt of another tartan as long as the skirt is kilt-style.

 

PE Kit

During PE lessons, children should wear dark navy or black shorts and a t-shirt in the appropriate house colour or in plain white. Children also need an appropriate, plain tracksuit and trainers. (Plimsolls may also be worn.)

PE Kits need to be worn to school on the classes PE day.

PE days

 

Day

EYFS

Friday

Y1

Tuesday

Y2

Monday

Y3

Thursday - Please check the swimming letter emailed for dates as pupils will not have PE on those weeks

Y4

Monday  - Please check the swimming letter emailed for dates as pupils will not have PE on those weeks

Y5

Wednesday

Y6

Friday


Kilts

Kilts must be kilts and not tartan skirts. Kilts are available to buy online and are priced very reasonably. They can be machine washed and hung to dry. Your child may wear a kilt of another tartan as long as the skirt is kilt-style.

 

Outdoor wear

Children should wear a suitable coat to keep dry and warm. No hoodies, tracksuits or branded tops please.

 

Jewellery

Children may wear a watch and one small stud in each ear if pierced. Earrings should be removed during PE. If this is not possible, tape must be provided from home to cover earrings during PE lessons.

 

House Colours

The colour of your child’s tie denotes which house they are in as follows:
Tudor: Yellow
Stuart: Blue
Windsor: Red
York: Green

 


Please make sure that all clothing is clearly labelled with your child’s name. The school has no lost property facility since we expect to be able to hand back named, found items straight away. However, if you discover your child has lost an article of clothing, please contact Reception.

For the past three years the Education Welfare Service has administered the School Clothing Grant Scheme.  This is a grant available to FSM pupils that are transitioning from Year 6 to Year 7 and have been allocated a place at a maintained secondary school.  The grant is £40 per pupil and is paid via the Post Office 'Pay out' scheme.  

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