Uniform


As a School we believe that uniform maintains a strong sense of identity and belonging within our school; creates a sense of community through a corporate image; and maintains high standards of dress, reflecting the pride that we take in our school and all that we do.

In order to meet our aims, we require all pupils to wear a school uniform which consists of:

 

For Girls

  • Grey or black skirt
  • Black or grey trousers (or shorts which may be worn from April to October)
  • Purple or White Polo shirt (with or without school logo)
  • White Blouse
  • Purple school cardigan or Purple school sweatshirt (with or without school logo)
  • White socks
  • Black low heel school shoes (training shoes may be worn for playtimes to protect shoes) and in summer, sensible sandals with an ankle strap.
  • Purple School Fleece Jacket (Optional)
  • Purple Gingham Summer Dress (Optional, April to October)

For Boys

  • Black or grey trousers (or shorts which may be worn from April to October)
  • Purple or White Polo shirt (with or without school logo)
  • White Shirt
  • Purple school cardigan or Purple school sweatshirt (with or without school logo)
  • Black school shoes (training shoes may be worn for playtimes to protect shoes)
  • Purple School Fleece Jacket (Optional)
     

PE Kit

Indoor PE

  • Purple T-shirt (branded option available at £5.99)

  • Black shorts or skirt

  • Trainers (not pumps or sneakers)

Outdoor PE

  • Purple t-shirt (as per indoor sessions)

  • Black jogging bottoms or sports leggings

  • Black hooded top (branded option available at £12.99)

  • Trainers (as per indoor)

  • All items of uniform are available from ‘Crested School Wear’ 5-6 St. Mary’s Mews, Stafford, ST16 2AP, telephone 01785 748481. Crested School Wear offer parents a savings scheme and 10% of profit made is paid back to the school for the benefit of pupils.
  • The Governing Body will respect variations to the school uniform policy, only if they are directly related to established religious or cultural traditions.  However, any variation will be dealt with on an individual basis and judgements will remain at the discretion of Governing Body.
  • Pupils are discouraged from wearing jewellery. The school is unable to take any responsibility for items of jewellery which are worn to school and are lost or damaged.  This includes watches.  No make-up should be worn during the school day.  Only clear nail varnish should be worn on fingernails or toes. We recommend that hair should be neat and tidy and long hair tied back, especially during physical education lessons in the interest of safety.

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