Uniform and Dress Code

Reception Winter Uniform

Girls’ Uniform

• Navy blue skirt/pinafore/trousers
• Navy blue cardigan/jumper
• Pale blue polo shirt
• White or navy blue socks or Navy tights may be worn instead of socks; tights and socks may not be worn together.
• Dark shoes, not trainers or ankle boots. In severe weather, pupils may wear boots or Wellingtons to school, but they must bring their normal shoes and wear them indoors.

(Shirt and ties will be introduced in Year 1).

Boys’ Uniform

• Grey trousers
• Navy blue cardigan/jumper
• Pale blue polo shirt
• Grey, black or navy blue socks
• Dark shoes (no trainers or boots). In severe weather pupils may wear boots or Wellingtons to school, but they must bring their normal shoes and wear them indoors.

(Shirt and ties will be introduced in Year 1).

Reception Summer Uniform

Girls’ Uniform

• Blue and white small checked (i.e. gingham) short sleeved dress.
• Navy blue cardigan.
• White or navy blue socks
• Dark shoes (no trainers or boots).

Boys’ Uniform

• Grey trousers or grey shorts
• Navy blue cardigan/jumper
• Pale blue polo shirt
• Grey, black or navy blue socks
• Dark shoes (no trainers or boots).

Key Stage 1 and 2 Winter Uniform

Girls’ Uniform

• Navy blue knee length skirt/pinafore/trousers
• Navy blue cardigan/jumper
• Pale blue long sleeved shirt
• School Tie
• White or navy blue socks or Navy tights may be worn instead of socks; tights and socks may not be worn together.
• Dark shoes (no trainers or boots). In severe weather pupils may wear boots or Wellingtons to school, but they must bring their normal shoes and wear them indoors.

Boys’ Uniform

• Grey trousers
• Navy blue cardigan/jumper
• Pale blue long sleeved shirt
• School Tie
• Grey, black or navy blue socks
• Dark shoes (no trainers or boots). In severe weather pupils may wear boots or Wellingtons to school, but they must bring their normal shoes and wear them indoors.

Key Stage 1 and 2 Summer Uniform

Girls’ Uniform

• Navy blue and white small checked (i.e. gingham) short sleeved dress.
Or
• Navy blue knee length skirt/pinafore/trousers
• Navy blue cardigan/jumper
• Pale blue short sleeved shirt
• White or navy blue socks or Navy tights may be worn instead of socks; tights and socks may not be worn together.
• Dark shoes (no trainers or boots). In severe weather pupils may wear boots or Wellingtons to school, but they must bring their normal shoes and wear them indoors.

Boys’ Uniform

• Grey trousers /shorts
• Navy blue cardigan/jumper
• Pale blue short sleeved shirt
• Grey, black or navy blue socks
• Dark shoes (no trainers or boots). In severe weather pupils may wear boots or Wellingtons to school, but they must bring their normal shoes and wear them indoors.

P.E. Kit Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2

• School PE Shirt (Logo in House Colour)
• Navy blue shorts (No cycling shorts).
• Trainers
• Plimsolls
• Navy blue/black tracksuit for outdoor PE.
• P.E. Bag (House Colour)

Dress Code

Please note: All pupils require a school PE T-Shirt, PE Bag & Reading Folder which can be ordered from our School Website: www.st-monicas.co.uk – Follow the Schooltrends Link.

Rucksacks / Large bags
Rucksacks and large bags are not permitted due to the lack of space in school. Pupils should be using the school book bags to transport and store reading books.

Allowances will be made for children who have specific medical/physical needs recommended by a doctor’s note. Please inform the school if for any reason your child needs to deviate from our uniform policy.

Jewellery
On health and safety grounds we do not allow children to wear jewellery in our school. The exceptions to this rule are earring studs in pierced ears ( to be removed or covered with a plaster during PE). Any small objects of religious significance, such as a crucifix on a chain can be discussed with the Headteacher on an individual basis.

Extreme Haircuts

  • The school does not permit children to have haircuts that could serve as a distraction to other children. E.g. Mohawk Style
  • Extreme shaved patterns/styles, coloured braids, fashion hair accessories or multi-coloured beads are all not permitted.

We ask all parents who send their children to our school to support the school uniform policy. We believe that parents have a duty to send their children to school correctly dressed and ready for their daily schoolwork. Parents should ensure that their child has the correct uniform, that it is clean and in good repair, and is clearly labelled.

Purchase the uniform

You can purchase all of parts of the uniform listed opposite direct from the supplier at TKing Associates, or you can put your order in through the school.

Order St Monica’s Uniform direct from the supplier on-line.

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