Parents are requested to supply the following items of school clothing when their son or daughter commences School:
- Blue Sweatshirt.
- White Polo Shirt.
- Yellow PE Shirt.
- Royal blue PE Shorts.
- Plain grey or black trousers, shorts, skirts or pinafores.
- Black shoes or trainer type shoes.
- Any coloured anorak.
- In the summer girls may wear a blue and white check patterned dress. which can be purchased from the High Street stores.
Sweatshirts, polo shirts, PE shirts, cardigans, fleeces, book bags and PE bags with the school logo can now be ordered through MAPAC Alternatively you can purchase these items without a logo from a high street store or supermarket.
New starters - you will be able to order uniform by email or by calling the school office.
In Key Stage Two, parents will need to provide children with a football kit and trainers.
During the winter months we advise that the children bring with them a tracksuit to wear during their games lessons.
Due to COVID restrictions we have been allowing children to wear their PE Kit to school. This should be a plain dark tracksuit with St Michael's PE kit or shorts and yellow shirt. We would ask that children do not wear hooded tops as part of this kit.
Hoodies – as we prepare our children for secondary school and beyond, we want to see them dressed smartly in school uniform and these items are not appropriate.
Children should not be adding to the uniform with slogans, flags or other branded items.
Please note that NO jewellery should be worn in School other than solid stud earrings. Earrings must not be worn to school on the day your child does PE. Older children must be able to remove their own studs for the duration of the lesson.
Hair accessories, such as bows, ribbons, slides etc. should not be oversized and must be in school colours (blue, yellow, black, white) so as to be in keeping with the dress code.
Hairstyles should also be in keeping with the principles of the school’s dress code (i.e. smart appearance). No extreme hairstyles (including tramlines) or hair colouring should be worn to school. Teaching staff will advise children/parents if a child’s hairstyle is inappropriate. For reasons of hygiene, we would encourage children with long hair to wear it tied back.