Autumn 2020 Update
From September childrne may wear plain grey joggers (available from local supermarkets) and plain white/black trainers on PE days once a week, (see newsletter and class pages) alternatively they may change in to their PE kit.
All children must have a waterproof coat.
Wellies are also recommended and can be kept in school.
We want all our children to wear our uniform with pride to promote a sense of community and belonging. We have a school uniform, which displays our badge designed by the children.
Parents are requested to assist with the following:
- Children come to school in uniform wearing the school badge.
- All items of property belonging to the children are clearly marked
- Jewellery and earrings should not be worn in school.
- Children wear sensible black shoes.
- No responsibility can be taken if watches are worn in school and are broken or missing.
- Children bring suitable kit for PE and swimming when requested to do so.
Children are not allowed mobile phones in school however, if an older child needs a phone to keep them safe on the journey to and from school, arrangements can be made for it to be stored in a safe place throughout the day. Again school cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage of expensive phones. We request that if children need a phone, they bring a cheap model.
White polo shirt
School sweatshirt or cardigan with School badge (available from Tesco online or local stores),
Grey trousers or pinafore dress or skirt
Socks – grey or white (grey tights can be worn)
Flat black footwear – (White/coloured footwear and coloured laces are not acceptable)
Summer Uniform ~ from Easter (Winter uniform may be worn in summer)
Grey short trousers and polo shirt
Dress, stripe or check – pale blue/white with cardigan plain white or winter cardigan
Sensible sandals are allowed (black, brown or white) but should be flat and supportive due to the stairs. Black shoes can be worn all year.
Please be aware that school has lots of stairs and children are encouraged to be active so shoes need to be sensible.
St Mark's Unicycle
The 'Unicycle' project obtains and supplies uniform for primary and secondary schools across St Helens and garments can be picked up at St Mark's Church in North Road.