From September 2014 and following consultation with the governors, school uniform has been compulsory for all pupils at St Mary’s Fields.
The school uniform is as follows:
Bright blue sweatshirt, cardigan or fleece
2. purchased at most supermarkets (plain - no logos)
Black or grey trousers, skirts or pinafore dresses (no jeans, including black denim)
A white or blue polo shirt, blouse or shirt (with or without school logos)
Black sensible shoes or black ankle boots (no high-tops, sandals or heels)
Black or grey plain socks, tights or leggings
In summer, girls may wear blue school dresses
No jewellery apart from small, discrete stud earrings and for religious reasons
Hair should be of a natural colour
No make-up including nail varnish
No big bows or cat ear headbands etc.
In addition, all pupils must have a P.E. kit in school consisting of:
Plain black/navy shorts (for indoor PE)
Plain black/navy jogging bottoms (for outdoor PE)
Plain white T-shirt (or blue with the school badge, no other logos or coloured design)
Socks (white, black or grey)
White, black or blue trainers (not high-tops or boots) at KS2 or plimsolls at KS1
Long hair must be tied back for PE. Please ensure that you remove your child’s earrings before they come to school on a PE day. If they are not able to remove the earrings please send your child to school with the earrings taped using surgical tape.
From the autumn term 2018 all children will be doing PE twice a week and, where possible, these sessions will take place outdoors. The PE kit should be brought in on a Monday and kept in school for the entire week.