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Mellor St Mary CE Primary School

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Uniform List

 Mellor St Mary School Uniform

(September 2017)

 

All children (Reception – Year 6) need:

  • Royal blue V neck sweatshirt or cardigan with gold trim and Mellor St Mary school logo
  • White shirt (long or short sleeves)

  • Grey trousers

  • Blue and gold tartan skirt or pinafore dress

  • Navy, grey or white socks or tights

  • Sensible black flat shoes (Shoes are to be plain with no coloured logos)

  • In summer, children may wear either blue summer dresses or grey tailored shorts with a white polo shirt.

    Girls do have the option of wearing grey trousers and shorts if they prefer.

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    An old apron or old oversized shirt for messy craft or art activities which can be left in school.

     

    The School tie, logo sweatershirt, cardigan, tartan skirt and dresses can be bought from Grays and Whittakers Uniform suppliers. All other items may be purchased at most high street retailers or supermarket stores.

     

    For PE all children (Reception – Year 6) need:

  • White T shirt

  • Blue shorts

  • White socks

  • Trainers (suitable sports trainers not fashion trainers. Logos must be kept to a minimum.)

  • Outdoor PE kit – a tracksuit or jogging pants and fleece/sweater top (different to school jumper). The outdoor kit is not used on a weekly basis and staff will inform pupils of when they will be needing this in school. During the colder months of the year, children who attend after school sporting clubs will need a fleece and jogging bottoms.

  • Drawstring bag to keep PE clothing in at school. There is limited space for storage and big sports bags are not necessary.

    Full PE kit should be worn for sporting events and after school clubs.

    All items may be purchased at most high street retailers or supermarket stores.

     

    Outside coats:

    We respectfully ask that winter coats contain a hood and are sufficiently thick enough to stand the cold winds and weather on the playground.

     

    Labelling:

    All clothing and bags should be clearly labelled with your child’s full name. This is especially important, as uniform items look similar and can easily be confused for another child’s. The school cannot accept responsibility for any lost items.

     

    Hair:

    For swimming all children are asked to wear a swimming cap.

    There should be no extremes of hairstyles or hair products.

    We respectfully request that children who have long hair tie it back – particularly if the hair touches the shoulders or is longer. Only small plain blue, white or yellow hair accessories are to be worn.

     

    Jewellery:

    On health and safety grounds, we do not allow children to wear jewellery to school except watches. Watches will be asked to be removed for PE, Sports and Swimming.

     

    Earrings:

    Children are not permitted to wear earrings for school. If children do wear earrings in school they will be asked to remove them. Parents will be notified if children are unable to take them out and asked to remove them that evening. It is strongly recommended that children who want to have their ears pierced should do so at the beginning of the summer holiday. This will enable adequate healing time before returning to school at the start of the year. Children are not able to swim with earrings, and as this is a large part of the PE curriculum, children will have to remove earrings during this period.

     

    Makeup:

    Children are not permitted to wear makeup in school. This includes nail varnish.

 

Sun Exposure:

In the summer months, we advise that children are sent to school with a sun hat/cap for playtimes and other extended periods in the outdoors. We also recommend that sun cream with a 24 hour protection is applied before school. Should sun cream need reapplying during the school day, children may bring cream to school (which must be clearly labelled with the child’s name) but must be able to apply it themselves under adult supervision. 

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