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School Uniform

Look Smart, Feel Smart

We are proud of our uniform. The children look and feel incredibly smart and this reflects positively in their attitudes towards learning and striving to be the best they can be.

In school the children have a 'RESPECT' your uniform, where all children are taught to take pride in their appearance as well as their work.

Girls Winter

  • Royal Blue Blazer (optional)
  • Royal blue cardigan
  • White shirt
  • School Tie
  • Grey skirt, pinafore or trousers
  • Black low heeled shoes
  • Grey tights or white long socks

Girls Summer 

  • Royal Blue Blazer (optional)
  • Light blue gingham dress
  • White socks
  • Black or Navy Blue Low heeled sandals
  • Royal blue cardigan

     

Boys Winter

  • Royal Blue Blazer (optional)
  • Royal blue jumper
  • White shirt
  • School Tie
  • Grey trousers
  • Black shoes

Boys Summer

  • Royal Blue Blazer (optional)
  • Royal blue polo shirt
  • Grey Shorts or trousers
  • Black Shoes or sandals
  • Royal blue jumper
     

Shoes: Black. Boots and high heeled shoes/boots are never allowed. Trainers are never allowed to be worn for school. No open-toe or sling back style sandals are allowed. Boots/Wellingtons may be worn to and from school in winter, but must never be worn indoors. Socks/tights to be worn at all times. (Children should never wear shoes or sandals with no socks). 

P.E: White T-shirt, dark blue shorts, black plimsolls. These items should be labelled and stored in a  draw string bag with the child’s name on, so the bag can be left in the cloakroom

Hair: should be well groomed and in a style suitable for school. Boys - should not have shapes, logos or words shaved into their hair.  Girls -  should have long hair tied up. Plan gold, silver or black clips may be worn or plain navy or white hair bands. Coloured braids/beads or brightly coloured headbands are not permitted (for health and safety reasons)

Coats: Navy blue, black or grey coats with a hood should be worn. 

Parents and carers are requested to: ensure that children wear sensible black school shoes

  • clearly label all items of children’s uniform
  • ensure that children do not wear trainers to school, although they may be worn at lunch time if the child wishes to play ball games
  • note that St. Mary’s has a ‘no jewellery’ policy (for health and safety reasons) although children may wear a small watch, and small stud or small sleeper earrings only.

Parents can purchase uniform from either:

UniformWise
38-40 High St,
Stanford-le-Hope SS17 0HQ
 

Sue's Schoolwear
57 - 59 Clarence Road
Grays
Essex RM17 6NG

Telephone:  01375 644744
Email: via their website link
Website: www.uniformwise.co.uk
 

Telephone: 01375 377253
Email: sues.schoolwear@btconnect.com
Website: http://www.sues-schoolwear.co.uk/product.html

The Headteacher is the arbiter concerning suitability of pupils’ dress, particularly where the safety of the child is involved.