St Kentigern's

R.C Primary School

School Uniform

We are proud of our school uniform and we expect all children to abide by the uniform policy.
The school tie, polo shirt, sweatshirt and cardigan can be purchased by clicking on this link  All other items of the uniform can be obtained from most shops specialising in children's clothing.  The school uniform approved by the Governing Body is listed below -

Acorns

Yellow polo shirt with school logo

Bottle green cardigan or v neck pullover with school logo

Black leggings or jogging bottoms

Black shoes (no sandals)

 

Nursery, Reception and Key Stage 1 Girls

 Grey skirt, tunic or pinafore dress

Yellow polo shirt with school logo

Bottle green cardigan or v neck pullover with school logo

Grey tights

Black school shoes

Yellow or green dress and white socks (Summer term only)

 

Key Stage 2 Girls

 White shirt

School tie

School v neck pullover or cardigan with school logo

Grey skirt or pinafore

Grey tights or socks

Yellow or green dress and white socks (Summer term only)

PE Uniform:

White polo top
Black shorts
Black pumps, (indoors) and trainers, (outdoors).
 
It is essential that all school uniforms be marked clearly with the child's name as children frequently lose their clothing.  The wearing of jewellery (including earrings) in school is not allowed for reasons of safety and security. Watches can be worn but parents should note that the school cannot accept responsibility for their safekeeping.  

Long hair should be tied back, and extreme hairstyles with etched designs for example are not allowed.  Shaved heads are not allowed - hair should be no shorter than a number 3 cut.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
School sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts, and ties are ordered directly from link
 
No other item of clothing can be worn without prior permission from the Headteacher.