School is now closed for the summer holidays. We hope you have a safe and relaxing break. Children return to school on Monday, 7th September 2020.

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St Paul’s is receiving guidance from the Department of Health and Public Health England and we are planning accordingly.  Current advice and any significant updates will be communicated via ParentLink.

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School Uniform

The school colours are red and gold and all children are expected to wear school uniform as a condition of entry to the school.  Winter uniform is worn during the second half of the autumn term and the spring term.  Summer uniform is worn during the summer term and the first half of the autumn term.

The school uniform can be purchased directly from our school shop using the link below:

School Uniform Shop

Uniform will be delivered to your child on Thursdays and Fridays.  If you are unsure about sizes please speak to Mrs Meller in the medical room on these days.

House badges (£2) and Reception’s clear plastic book bags (£2) are available to buy from the school office and can be purchased with cash.

School uniform requirements for children entering the school are as follows:

IF FOR MEDICAL REASONS YOU ARE UNABLE TO COMPLY WITH ANY PART OF THE UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS PLEASE DISCUSS WITH THE HEADTEACHER AT THE EARLIEST OPPORTUNITY

Update to St Paul’s CE Primary School Uniform Policy February 2017

Winter Uniform for Girls:

Grey Skirts or Tunics – not available from school (Reception children may wear white short sleeved polo shirts for the first half of the Autumn term and after that only on PE days until they can cope with ties)
All year groups will be allowed to wear grey culottes or trousers during the winter. These are to be one style only and are available from Marks & Spencer (see pictures below). No combat style, or pull on stretch material style.

Culottes: M&S code: T760107 (grey).    Trousers: Grey slim leg, no zips, 2 pack: Product code ID: T761252. Grey ‘Kind’ regular leg: Product code ID: T761409S

CullotesGrey Trousers
Shirts – White with long or short sleeves and a school tie (tie to be purchased from school only)
Red jumper or cardigan with school crest to be purchased from school only
Socks – plain white, short or long
Tights – plain grey or pillar box red
Shoes – Plain Black, Brown or Red leather type shoes, heels maximum of 2.5 cm, not trainers or other type of fashion boots/shoes. Shoes must not enclose the ankle and there should not be any bows or extra adornments.
Hats – (Optional) navy with school crest, available to purchase from school
Coats – Outdoor coats (navy) should be waterproof with hoods, practical and warm
Blazers – Navy Blue (Optional) with blazer badge available to purchase from school

Summer Uniform for Girls:

Dresses – pale pink and white gingham for Reception and Years 1,2,3 and 4; Years 5 and 6 may wear white short sleeved shirts with a school tie
Red jumper or cardigan as in winter
Shoes – as in winter but also light weight (toe enclosed) plain sandals in red or white can be worn in summer, without any extra bows or adornments
Socks – as in winter, no tights
Hats – Red baseball cap with school crest, white sun hat or pink baseball cap available to purchase from school
Coats – as in winter
Blazers – as in winter
Plastic book bags just for Reception to be purchased from school – first one is free
Water bottles with school crest to be purchased from school only
Year 5 and 6 girls only will be allowed to wear trousers and culottes in Summer

Hairstyles:

The school does not permit children to have extreme haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children and are not in keeping with the ethos of the school.
This includes patterns shaved into the hair, excessive use of hair products and false hair. Hairstyles must be easily manageable, for example, girls with long hair should have it tied back, boy’s hair should be above the collar but no shorter than number 3 cut.
The definition of an extreme hairstyle is at the discretion of the Head teacher.

Winter Uniform for Boys:

Trousers – Grey, long, not combat style (short trousers if preferred for Reception and KS1) not available from school
Shirts – White with long or short sleeves and a school tie (tie to be purchased from school only)
(Reception children may wear white short sleeved polo shirts for first half of the Autumn term and after that only on PE days until they can cope with ties) shirts not available from school
Red jumper with school crest to be purchased from school only
Socks – Grey, short or long
Shoes –Plain black or brown, not trainers or other type of fashion boots/shoes. Shoes must not enclose the ankle.
Hats – (Optional) Navy with school crest, available to purchase from school
Coats – Outdoor coats should be waterproof with hoods, practical and warm
Blazers – Navy Blue (Optional) – blazer badge available to purchase from school

Summer Uniform for Boys:

Trousers-Grey, short for Reception and KS1, not combat style (Reception may wear long trousers when they start in September); KS2 – Grey long, but may wear short if preferred – not available from school
Shirts – White short sleeves may be worn with school tie
Red jumpers, socks, shoes, coats and blazers as in winter
Hats – Red Baseball cap with school crest or white sun hats available to purchase from school

 PE and Games uniform:

  • Reception and KS1 – yellow t-shirts with school crest, white shorts and grey track suits
  • with school crest, all to be purchased from school only
  • KS2 – yellow polo shirts with school crest, white shorts and red and black track suits**, with school crest, all to be purchased from school only
  • PE bags and book bags with school crest are available to purchase from school

**These track suits are currently changing over to all black with red piping, but there is a crossover until all original style tracksuits are sold

Hairbands should be plain and coloured white or red in winter, plain pink or yellow and gingham hairbands or ribbons with summer dresses. All hairbands and ribbons should simply serve to ensure hair is tidy and not serve as fashion items.

Watches may be worn by KS2 children at their own risk.

Rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings and other jewellery may not be worn in school, except a simple single stud (gold or silver) in each ear. Single piercings are not allowed. These must be covered with tape before leaving home on PE and games days.

Painted nails, make-up and other hair adornments are not allowed in school.

All clothing should be clearly marked with the owners’ name. A lost property box is kept outside the medical room.