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SCHOOL UNIFORM

 

Children are expected to wear uniform by a long-standing tradition.  We hope your children will wear this with pride.

 

Boys:

White short sleeved Polo shirt. Royal blue sweatshirt with school logo (which can only be ordered through the school). Grey trousers, grey socks, black shoes. 

 

Girls: (Winter) 

White short sleeved Polo shirt. Royal blue sweatshirt with school logo (which can only be ordered through the school). Navy blue skirt/pinafore or tailored navy trousers. White socks or navy/royal tights, black shoes.

 

Girls:(Summer)      

Light blue/white checked dress or white short sleeved Polo shirt.  Navy blue pleated skirt, pinafore or trousers.  Royal blue sweatshirt with school logo.  White socks.  

 

School Book Bag – Royal Blue with logo.  Available from the School Office.       

                

Trainers must not be worn in class time, or to and from school.

 

P.E. Kit

 

Boys and Girls:

Sky Blue Polo top, royal blue shorts, track suit trousers with school logo (to be purchased from the school), plimsolls / trainers, P.E. Bag.

 

Please note: Foundation stage children are not required to wear a P.E. Kit until after the Easter break.

The school will write to parents to advise them when the Kit is available from the office.

 

Track trousers worn from Year 3 only.

 

For P.E. and games all children are expected to change into appropriate clothing. 

 

For Art and Craft all children are expected to wear an overall.

 

All uniform should be clearly marked with the child's name.

 

A greater part of the school’s uniform can be obtained at shops of the parent’s own choice. School sweatshirts and P.E. kit are available through the school office.

 

Jewellery: Only one stud earring per ear may be worn.  Please note that on P.E. days earrings are not permitted to be worn for safety reasons. No other jewellery may be worn.

 

Hair: In line with DfE guidance, it is for the governing body to determine rules relating to appearance. The Governors of St Thomas' Catholic Primary School would prefer that pupil's hair should be kept tidily and hygienically. We would ask that boys’ and girls’ hair is smartly presented and extreme fashionable cuts or colouring are saved for the summer holidays. Please discuss with a member of the school’s senior leadership team if you require any clarification or advice.

 

 

 

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