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School Uniform

Items are available to order from our uniform suppliers 

www.yourschooluniform.com 

Early Years and Key Stage 1 – (Years R, 1 and 2)
 
Winter:
(1 Nov to end of Spring Term)
Royal Blue Sweatshirt
Grey trousers, shorts, skirt or tunic
White polo shirt with school logo
White or grey socks or grey, navy or white tights
Black or dark blue low-heeled shoes
 
Summer:
(Start of Summer Term to 31 Oct)
As winter or
Pale blue and white check dress
White socks
Black or dark blue low-heeled shoes/sandals (for safety, open-toes or sling backs are not acceptable)
 
Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6)
 
Winter:
(1 Nov to end of Spring Term)
Royal Blue Sweatshirt
Grey trousers, shorts or skirts
White shirt
School tie
Grey socks
Black or dark blue shoes
 
Summer:
(Start of Summer Term to 31 Oct)
As winter or
Plain white polo shirts (without designer logos)
Pale blue and white check dress
White socks
Black or dark blue low-heeled shoes/sandals (for safety, open-toes or sling backs are not acceptable)
 
 
Outerwear
Royal Blue Fleece lined waterproof coats
Outerwear is optional, preferably in plain, dark colours.
For children walking to school we encourage the use of reflective strips and/or armbands for safety
 
PE Kit
Navy shorts
PE t-shirt
Hoodie with school name (optional)
Black plimsolls (Early Years and Key Stage 1) or Black or white trainers (Key Stage 2)
Shoe bag
PE kit must be kept in school at all times.
 
School Bags
Book bags for Key Stage 1
Small rucksacks for Key Stage 2
Alternative school bags must be of a size that will easily fit onto a coat peg
 
 
 
 
Hair
 
Long hair must be tied back for practical and hygiene reasons.
Blue, black or white  or hair coloured hair bands, slides and ribbons of a modest size are acceptable.
 
 
 
Jewellery &  Tatoos
 
Rings, necklaces, chains and hair braids are not permitted.
Earrings may not be worn for any physical activity.
Any child who is unable to remove or put in their own earrings should not wear them on PE lesson days.
No stick on tatoos are allowed
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

About St Mary's

St Mary's is an academy within the Good Shepherd Trust, part of the Guildford Diocese. We provide education from Reception (age 4) through to the end of KS2 (age 11).

St Mary’s School aims to offer every opportunity for children to reach their full potential in a secure and nurturing environment. We believe that self-esteem and confidence are the best predictors of future success and we value achievement in all areas of the curriculum...

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