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St Luke's C.E. Primary School

St Luke's C.E. Primary School

St Luke's C.E. Primary School

High expectations, by all, for all, reflecting the example of Jesus

School Uniform

School uniform should be worn whenever your child attends school.

You can buy school uniforms at Marks and Spencer, John Lewis, your local outfitters and the school office (certain items only, marked with an asterisk*).

All clothing (including PE kit) must be marked with the child’s name.

GIRLS – winter

  • plain blue blouse (or polo shirt in KS1)                                  
  • navy blue skirt or pinafore or charcoal grey trousers
  • navy blue or grey tights
  • navy blue, grey or white socks
  • St. Luke’s sweatshirt*, navy blue cardigan or pullover
  • school shoes (black, navy blue or brown) – no ankle /  long boots or trainer style shoes

BOYS - winter

  • plain pale blue shirt (or polo shirt in KS1)
  • charcoal grey trousers
  • grey or navy blue socks
  • St. Luke’s sweatshirt* or navy pullover
  • school shoes (black, navy blue or brown) – no ankle /  long boots or trainer style shoes

GIRLS – summer

  • blue and white checked dress or charcoal grey trousers (or culottes) with a plain blue blouse
  • St. Luke’s sweatshirt * or navy blue cardigan

BOYS – summer

  • plain pale blue shirt (or polo shirt in KS1)
  • charcoal grey trousers or shorts
  • St. Luke’s sweatshirt* or navy pullover

PE KIT – boys and girls       

(if your daughter regularly wears tights, please ensure that she is able to remove them before taking part in PE)

  • navy blue shorts
  • St. Luke’s T-shirt*
  • Trainers
  • bag to hold PE kit* (marked with the child’s name)

Children may wear plain navy blue tracksuit bottoms in winter

YEARS 2 & 3

  • swimming costume, goggles
  • towel and swimming bag

St. Luke’s backpacks* for both Key Stage 1 and 2 (Year 6 children may use their own bag).

Please note that children are not allowed to wear jewellery, including earrings, in school.

Hair:

Hair styles should be kept simple and appropriate for school. Girls should have long hair tied back with only navy or black hair bands (no bows please). Boys hair should be neat and tidy and appropriate for school, (‘razored’ or ‘tram line’ styles are not appropriate).

Jewellery:

Children are not allowed to wear jewellery, including earrings, in school. Children in KS2 may wear watches but the school cannot accept responsibility for any that may be lost.

In addition, no temporary tattoos, nail varnish or make-up is to be worn in school.