By wearing our school’s uniform pupils not only look smart but gain a sense of identity and pride in our school. Wearing school uniform also means there is no air of competition in clothing for school, where all children are allowed to feel equal no matter what their social economic backgrounds
School uniform: Many items of uniform can be bought in any store: items with the school logo is available to purchase @ totstoteams.com
- Red sweatshirt, or cardigans with school logo
- Burgundy sweatshirt with logo for Y6
- White polo shirt plain or with the school logo
- Grey trousers, skirt or pinafore dress
- Tights – grey/red only Year 6 grey/burgundy only (no multi-coloured tights or socks.)
- Red checked summer dress
- School coats are encouraged
School footwear: Children should wear sensible black school shoes that support their feet. Black trainers and peep toe shoes are not acceptable. Children are allowed to wear plain, flat sandals during the summer months. Children may bring in spare trainers or wellies to change into for playtimes.
School bag/reading folder: Children in Reception to Year 2 should use a school reading folder, which must be brought to school every day. KS2 children are also able to use a school backpack if they wish. Strictly no other bags are allowed in line with our Poverty Proofing Policy.
Technology: We ask that mobile phones, watches with alarms and inbuilt games are left at home. However, children may wear a watch on the understanding that it must not be a distraction to their learning; and that the school will not accept any responsibility for loss or damage. If your child walks home alone and have a mobile phone, they must leave it at the school office before 8.45am (Year 5/6).
Jewellery: Children are not allowed to wear any jewellery, including ear-rings, bracelets and necklaces. No nail varnish.
Hair accessories: Extreme haircuts or colours are not encouraged. Children are only allowed to wear plain, discrete bobbles and hairbands. Hair bands should match our school uniform.
- White T shirt or polo shirt with the school logo
- Red shorts
- School tracksuit - navy jogging bottoms and hoodie with the school logo
- Trainers or plimsolls
On PE days, children can come to school wearing school tracksuits. Please do not mix and match the unifoms. ‘Blue’ only on PE days and ‘Red’ (Burgundy for Y6) for every other day.
After school clubs
In line with our Poverty Proofing Policy please note that school PE kits must be worn for all after school clubs including football and gymnastics. (Shin pads must be worn for football)
We will hold regular recycled uniform swaps. This is will enable uniform that children have grown out of to be used again – there will be no charge for any items so please help us to reuse any uniform in good condition.
In line with our Poverty Proofing Policy all water bottles must have the school’s logo on. You can purchase these from the school office.
We ask that all items of clothing are labelled clearly with your child’s name.
(Pen washes off! – Name labels can be ordered from https://www.labels4school.co.uk/sacredheart)