School Uniform


Uniform gives children a sense of belonging to their school through a unity of appearance.


· White polo shirt.

· Red sweatshirt with school badge.

· Grey trousers/shorts.

· Plain grey socks


· White polo shirt.

· Red sweatshirt or cardigan sweatshirt with school badge.

· Grey skirt, tunic or trousers.

· Black/grey opaque tights (in colder months).

· White socks (in warmer months)

· Summer dress - red and white check.

All pupils

· Pupils need black school shoes for outdoor wear at lunchtime and transition to and from school. (No boots, strappy shoes or high heels). The children should not have laces or buckles unless they are able to put on the shoes and do them up completely independently. We recommend Velcro.

· Children should have grey/black plimsolls for indoor wear and to also use for indoor PE.

· St Michael’s school book bag.

P.E/ Spare clothes/Outdoor Kit (to stay at school):

All Pupils from September:

· Labelled string PE bag (not rucksack).

· Red Polo Shirt with school badge (available from PTA)

· Black/grey/navy shorts.

· Spare pair of short socks.

· Spare pair of underwear.

· Lightweight Waterproof zip up overcoat for messy/wet play. (Different to home jacket/coat that they travel to school in. This goes over the top or is used just at school).

· Lightweight Waterproof trousers for messy/wet play.

· Wellington Boots.

All Pupils, when given further notice to purchase (to save you money):

· Tracksuit for colder weather (plain navy or black).

· Trainers for outdoor PE (these are not needed initially so please do not buy them until we give you further notice so that the children do not grow out of them and money wasted.) If you do not want to purchase these then your child would have to wear their usual outdoor shoes instead.

· (Optional) school cap.


Long hair should be tied back. Alice bands and hair accessories should be kept to a minimum and only be school colour and a sensible size. Nail varnish and other fashion accessories are not allowed – please save these for weekends and holidays. Jewellery should not be worn. Ear-rings and studs are strongly discouraged in Early Years as they can be a danger in P.E. and outdoor play if they are caught on something or by someone. If pupils do wear earrings they must independently remove their studs or cover them with plasters, supplied from home, when it is our directed P.E. session.

Please mark all clothing with Your child's name.