At St. Paul’s children are expected to take a pride in their appearance and to adopt the following uniform:
(Please ensure all uniform is named. We can’t return nameless lost property to its rightful owner!)
KS1 and KS2 children
Royal Blue Sweatshirt or Cardigan
(with or without embroidered school logo)
Royal Blue Fleecy Jacket – with school logo only
(please note this item is optional and is for outdoor use only)
White Shirt, Blouse or Polo Shirt - - long or short sleeved
Grey Skirt, Pinafore, Shorts or Trousers
Black, or Navy Shoes or Sandals (with heels less than 3cm high)
White or Grey Socks or Plain Tights (40 denier or above)
No jewellery including earrings of any kind. KS2 may wear a watch.
Hair longer than shoulder length must be tied back
Blue Checked Dress for summer wear
White, Black, Blue or Brown Hair Accessories
Navy Blue Shorts and coloured t-shirt (according to house) for Indoor PE
Navy Blue Tracksuit Bottoms and Navy Blue Top for Outdoor PE
In addition children in Key Stage 2 are expected to wear indoor black shoes (not trainers). They can come to school and play out in trainers or other suitable outdoor shoes but must change into their indoor shoes within school. The reason for the indoor shoe policy is due to the children’s difficulty in keeping their shoes clean as they often go on the grassy banking.
As above plus one named waterproof coat, 1 pair named waterproof trousers, one pair named wellies with named bag to store in to be kept at school during the week. Woolly hat &gloves/sunhat suncream.
dark blue or black jogging bottoms
light blue polo shirt
royal blue school cardigan / sweatshirt
(with or without embroidered school logo)
woolly hat and gloves / sun hat and sun cream
one named waterproof coat
one pair named waterproof trousers
one pair named wellies with named bag to store in to be kept at school during the week.
no jewellery including earrings of any kind.
Waterproofs will be sent home on Fridays for washing to be returned the following Monday.
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