School Uniform

At St Mary’s we believe that our uniform encourages a sense of pride in appearance and a feeling of belonging to the school family. This assists in developing high standards in other aspects of school life. All children are expected to wear uniform and the rules concerning uniform are very clear and continually enforced.

Details of the uniform are listed below and are available from www.myschoolstyle.com. Please note that only a limited stock of uniform is available fom the school office.

Please ensure that uniform is clearly identifiable by sewing in nametapes.

Girls Uniform:

Pale blue Polo shirt with the school logo and navy blue crew sweatshirt with the school logo or navy blue cardigan with the school logo

Short or long sleeve pale blue shirt with school tie, navy blue v neck sweatshirt with the school logo or navy blue cardigan with the school logo

Grey skirt/ pinafore/ culottes or trousers

Navy, white or grey socks/tights

Black/ brown/ navy blue low heeled shoes; no trainers

Blue gingham / striped standard summer dress with sensible sandals & white socks.

Boys Uniform:

Pale blue Polo shirt with the school logo and navy blue crew sweatshirt with the school logo

Short or long sleeve pale blue shirt with school tie, navy blue v neck sweatshirt with the school logo 

Grey shorts/ trousers

Navy or grey socks

Black/ brown/ navy blue low heeled shoes; no trainers

PE - Indoor Games Kit (to be kept in school at all times in a draw-string bag):

Crew neck red T-shirt with school logo

Navy shorts

Appropriate footwear

An extra pair of socks

Outdoor Games Kit:

Crew neck red T-shirt with school logo

Plain Navy jogging bottoms

Suitable trainers

In general terms, jewellery is not allowed at any time except for a wrist watch. The only other exception is where a child already has pierced ears, then one pair only of small plain studs in the ear lobe are acceptable but not encouraged. The school will not be held responsible for any injury or loss caused as a result of wearing them. Staff may ask that plasters are provided to cover pierced ears during PE.

Parents / Carers are asked to note that neither the Local Authority nor Governors accept liability for loss of or damage to personal property whilst on or left at the school or school site.

For reasons of Health & Safety, children should not wear any jewellery to school. If Parents / Carers are unwilling to support this advice, a letter or disclaimer must be completed and given to the Head Teacher.

General Appearance

It is expected that hair cuts will be conventional and children are presented in a smart way.

Nail varnish or make-up is not permitted.

Skirts & Culottes are to be of a reasonable length (i.e. knee length).

Shorts are not to be worn by girls.

Contact the School

St Mary's Catholic Primary School

Danebank Avenue
Crewe
Cheshire
CW2 8AD

Main Contact: Mrs L Lee, School Business Manager

Tel: 01270 685174
admin@stmarysrc.cheshire.sch.uk