School Uniform

 

The wearing of school uniform helps the pupils establish a sense of identity with specific groups of people; furthermore conforming to school uniform regulations helps sustain the principle of self-discipline. Parents are asked to make every effort to ensure that the correct uniform is worn on all school occasions by all children from Foundation to KS2. Well presented, smart children feel good; they enjoy being in school and work well.

 

 

Foundation 1 and 2

White polo shirt

Royal blue jogging bottoms

Royal blue sweatshirt top with

Foundation unit logo

Black school shoes (not training shoes)

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 Y1 – Y6 - Winter

Royal blue tartan kilt

Royal blue jumper or cardigan with school logo

White blouse

School tie

White/navy/black socks or tights

Black school shoes (not training shoes)

Y1 - Y6 - Summer

Royal blue gingham summer dress

White socks

Royal blue jumper or cardigan with school logo

Black school shoes (not training shoes)

 

 

 

 Y1 – Y6 - Winter

Black Trousers

Royal blue jumper with school logo

White shirt

School Tie

Black school shoes (not training shoes)

Y1 - Y6 - Summer

Pale blue polo shirt

Royal blue jumper with school logo

Black shorts (optional) or black trousers

Grey, navy, black or white socks

Black school shoes (not training shoes)

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PE KIT

Navy blue shorts with school logo

Red T shirt with navy school logo

Training shoes or pumps

 

(PE kits can be purchased from the school office)

Other Items 

Jewellery must not be worn for health and safety reasons.

If hair is longer than collar  length it must be tied back

(girls and boys)

Training shoes may be worn at play time and dinner time but must not be worn during class time.

Extreme hair cuts are not permitted.

Swimming

All Junior classes attend swimming instruction during the year. A costume and towel are needed; all pupils  (with long hair) are required to wear a swimming cap where appropriate when swimming.  

PE and Swimming are essential parts of the curriculum and withdrawal from either activity is allowed only in the event of a serious injury. It must be remembered that if children are withdrawn from a timetable event it is very difficult to make other arrangements for supervision.

Children fit for school are fit for all activities and PE kit should be kept in school at all times.

Parents should be aware that if your child attends school without appropriate swimming kit; we will ring you and ask you to provide one or ask you to collect your child from school.

Movement and dance

These are taken in the school hall/gymnasium in bare feet to obtain a surer grip on the polished floor and apparatus. Pumps may be worn only for medical reasons, certified by a signed note from parents.

The school has strong links with the Everton and Liverpool Clubs and all children have access to specialist coaching.

During bad weather it is important that pupils have the right degree of clothing and the appropriate footwear.

School Uniform Grants

Unfortunately Liverpool City Council can no longer offer grants towards school uniform.

Purchasing School Uniform

School Uniform can be purchased at:

  • Swan School Wear, 13 Broad Green Road, Liverpool, L13 5SD -- 0151 228 9000

PE kits can be purchased from the school office.