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SCHOOL UNIFORM

 

Our school uniform is available from F&F (Tesco) – both embroidered logo and plain items.

If you buy you can earn Tesco Clubcard points as well as get 5% donation to the school. 

 

 

Marjorie McClure School

Uniform Policy

 

 

Our policy has been created with value for money, health and safety and practicality at its heart. It has been designed to ensure pupils wear clothing conducive to a learning environment. It is important that our pupils feel a sense of belonging and community through a smart and practical uniform. We believe a uniform allows all pupils, regardless of background, to feel equal to their peers and confident in their appearance.  We also believe it is important for activities to be facilitated by specialised and appropriate clothing such as sports activities.

Our school colours are:

  • Grey/black trousers/skirt – navy/grey jogging bottom option for wheelchair users

  • Navy/pale blue sweatshirt/jumper/cardigan

  • White or pale blue polo shirts

  • Grey/black shorts in summer for KS1 & KS2

  • Optional blue/white check dress for girls in summer

     

Boys’ uniforms are as follows:

  • Navy or pale blue school sweatshirt/jumper/cardigan with school logo

  • White/pale blue polo shirt

  • Grey or black trousers

  • Navy/grey jogging bottom option for wheelchair users

  • Black shoes or trainers

Girls’ uniforms are as follows:

  • Navy or pale blue school sweatshirt/jumper/cardigan with school logo

  • White/pale blue polo shirt

  • Grey or black trousers, or grey skirt

  • Navy/grey jogging bottom option for wheelchair users

  • Black shoes or trainers

  • Optional blue/white check dress in summer

FE uniform

Students may wear their own suitable smart or appropriate clothes.

 

 

PE kits are as follows:

  • Shirt of your child’s team colour with flame logo – PLE

  • Royal blue shorts/and/or tracksuit bottoms and/or sweatshirt top

  • White sports socks and suitable footwear

  • Swimming costume and 1 towel (2 towels if changed on a bench), plastics if needed

     

    Suitable trainers*PE kits should be kept at school all week and fully named. * Parents are responsible for ensuring their child brings their PE kit to school when needed.

Further considerations

Jewellery

With the exception of wristwatches, medical alert bracelets and stud earrings, pupils are not permitted to wear jewellery in the school grounds due to health and safety risks.

Labelling

All clothing and footwear should be clearly labelled with your child’s name.

Religious items and clothing

We do not discriminate and welcome all pupils regardless of faith or belief. However, the school must also weigh the needs and rights of individual pupils against the cohesion and health and safety concerns of the entire school community. Parents’ concerns and requests regarding religious clothing will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis and in accordance with the school’s complaints policy.

 

 

 

 

 

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