School Uniform

School uniform is worn at St. Michael’s. Children should be smart and wear the correct clothing at all times. Trainers may only be worn during PE lessons. All items of clothing and footwear must be clearly named.

Uniform is available online from Kids-Biz using the link below. Other uniform items can be purchased in local shops stocking school uniform.

Kids-Biz Link

Please see the order form at the bottom of this page for further details.

The last uniform order to Kids-Biz for delivery in time for this September is 1st August.

 

Winter Uniform

  • Grey school shorts / trousers / skirt / pinafore dress 
  • White blouse or shirt
  • Tie
  • Maroon school knitted sweater with school logo (crew, v-neck or cardigan)
  • Grey blazer with school logo (optional)
  • White, grey or black socks or tights
  • Black, leather, low-heeled shoes
 
Summer Uniform
  • Sky blue checked summer dress (optional in the summer term)
  • Sky blue checked blouse (optional in the summer term, worn with a grey school skirt or shorts, without a tie)
  • Sky blue checked shirt (optional in the summer term, worn with a grey school skirt or shorts, without a tie)
  • Maroon school knitted sweater with school logo (crew, v-neck or cardigan)
  • White, grey or black socks or tights
  • Black, leather, low-heeled shoes
 
P.E. Kit
  • Panelled sports polo shirt
  • Panelled sports shorts or panelled sports skort
  • Plimsolls or trainers for outdoor P.E.
  • Navy sweatshirt
  • Navy tracksuit bottoms  
 

Swimming Kit - all children in Years 1-6 will complete six weeks of swimming lessons at The Marist School during the academic year.

  • Swimming costume/swimming trunks and swimming hat (baggy or long swimming shorts are not permitted to be worn).
  • Items including a towel should be put in a separate bag. Swimming goggles are optional.
 

Jewellery

In the interest of health and safety it is not advisable for children to wear jewellery to school. Small plain ear studs may be worn, but these will need to be taped over for PE. The school takes no responsibility for loss of jewellery.

 

Hair

Whilst we take into consideration culture and religion, hair should not be at the extremes of fashion. “Extreme” – not too short, nor too long, a “number 2” is the minimum acceptable in terms of shortness, and should be blended in with hair of other lengths. No Mohicans or rattails are acceptable. “Artwork” on the scalp or eyebrows is regarded as a fashion extreme and is therefore not permitted. Hair should be one tone and be close to the individual student’s natural hair tone. Primary colours are not acceptable. Hairbands, hairclips and head scarves should be strictly functional and navy blue, burgundy, light blue, black or white. For Health and Safety reasons hair over the collar and that is at a level which could cause an accident/injury to a child should be tied back at all times especially for PE and cookery.