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St Mary’s C of E Primary School

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The school's colours are Royal Blue and Silver Grey.


The school's emblem is the fleur de lys; it is requested that children wear the embroidered school emblem on their jumper or cardigan. The emblem on the blue polo shirt is optional.

School Uniform is available to purchase online direct with Brigade Clothing Limited http://www.brigade.uk.com/direct/index.php?pdPage=schools

 

Please select ST MARYS CE PRIMARY SCHOOL – HADLEIGH SUFFOLK

Orders will be processed on a first come first served basis.

 

 

The Uniform

School Uniform - Grey skirt/pinafore dress/blue gingham dress or long/short grey trousers.  Royal blue V-necked jumper or cardigan with school logo.  Pale blue collared polo shirt (with or without the school logo) or pale blue open-necked blouse.  Grey tights or grey/white socks (not trainer socks).  Formal shoes should be worn.  No trainers for class please.

 

The school's emblem is the fleur de lys.  Governors ask that all children wear the embroidered school emblem on their jumper or cardigan.  These garments are available from the school.  The emblem on the blue polo shirt is optional.  The school's colours are Royal Blue and Grey.  

 

School shoes - Please ensure you child/(ren) are wearing suitably sturdy shoes for school (we do not permit children to wear trainers in school).  To play football on the field, they need to have a pair of trainers to change into.  In KS2, these trainers will also be used for outdoor PE, as they provide support and grip in games lessons.  Younger years will be asked to supply plimsolls for PE lessons.  Please check with your child's teacher if you are unsure of what is most practical.

 

PE kits should be in school every day please.  Jewellery: The wearing of watches is permitted, but we can accept no responsibility for loss, damage or theft.  Only studs or sleeper earrings are allowed to be worn whilst in school.  No jewellery should be worn during physical activities, including watches.  Any earring studs should be taken out in accordance with our policy.

 

Royal blue shorts can be purchased from Ipswich market or alternatively from the School Uniform shop in Ipswich or local supermarkets.

 

 

 

Physical Education

 

PE kits should be in school every day

Royal blue shorts

Plain white t-shirt (optionally available at school, with school emblem)

Key Stage 2 children: trainers (for outdoors) and white socks; tracksuit for winter months is also suggested.

 

Swimming (Children in years 2-6)

Swimming costume or trunks

Swimming hat

Towel

Waterproof bag for swimwear.

(children swim weekly for one term each year)

Bag

School bag or "shoe" bag with a drawstring top is suggested. These can be purchased at school.

We can now supply excellent backback-type school bags in the school colour, particularly suitable for the older children who may have more to carry than can be easily fitted in the smaller bags.

"Messy tasks" overall, Children in years 3-6

 

Apron or overall to protect clothing from paint, glue etc. An old men's shirt worn back-to-front, with velcro fastenings works well. (For younger children aprons are provided).

 

Identification

Please mark every item of clothing and property with the child's name. This avoids items getting mixed up and helps with finding mislaid property. Unclaimed lost property without identification will be disposed of.

No loaning or borrowing of each other's clothing is allowed - Health & Safety guidelines.

 

Jewellery

Watches are permitted. Earrings: only studs or sleeper earrings are allowed to be worn in school. Earrings, watches or other jewellery must not be worn for any PE or swimming activity. We can accept no responsibility for any loss damage or theft of any jewellery. If you intend getting your child's ears pierced the best time to do this is at the beginning of the summer holidays, when the ears have time to heal with the studs in.

 

Money

We discourage the carrying of money, except for specific school purposes. Money for school lunches, any activity, outings etc. should be sent to school in a sealed envelope or purse marked with the child's name, the amount inside and what the cash is for. All cheques should be made payable to Suffolk County Council.

 

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