The school uniform is smart, simple, readily available and reasonable in price, alternatively many local shops/ supermarkets sell the basic school uniform. We hope it will instil in our children a pride in themselves and in their school. All Scotforth St Paul’s children wear school uniform. The basic colour is bottle green sweatshirt/cardigan, white or green polo shirt, with grey or black skirt/trousers. Shoes are to be black or brown and of sensible style. Boots and trainers are not permitted, and neither are extreme haircuts/hairstyles or hair colours. Summer uniform may be worn after the Easter holidays unless otherwise announced, but it is optional. Summer uniform is green and white check dress or grey tailored school shorts. Sandals must be black, brown or navy and of sensible style e.g. not flimsy, high, strappy or jelly style.
Sweatshirts, polo shirts and (optional) reversible fleeces/waterproof coats with the school name and badge can be obtained from our supplier Uniform and Leisurewear, 57 King Street, Lancaster (opposite Marks & Spencers) telephone number 01524 388355, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website for a direct link to our uniform supplier, please copy the following link into your browser http://www.ualonline.com/product-category/schoolwear/lancaster/scotforth-st-pauls-primary-school/
It is essential that children have a complete change of clothes (including footwear) for all P.E. activities. The clothing needed for indoor P.E. is: A white t-shirt/ extra white polo shirt A black pair of shorts/ skorts A pair of pumps (barefoot for gym.) Obviously, warmer clothing might be needed for outdoor activities. At Key Stage 2 a plain (no logos!) black or grey tracksuit or joggers and jumpers are a useful addition to a child’s P.E. clothing in addition to the indoor kit stated above. Trainers are for use outside only. Please make sure that all kit is named. No hoods please for safety reasons.
Please ensure all items of clothing are clearly marked with the child’s name, in order that mislaid items may be identified and returned.
For safety reasons, children are not allowed to wear any jewellery in school. Rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces are all forbidden. (If a child is to have pierced ears, please do this at the start of the Summer holidays so that earrings may be removed prior to the start of term.) Any child wearing earrings will not be able to take part in PE/games or swimming. This is for safety reasons. Sensible watches are permitted.