Whitelees Road, Littleborough, Lancashire, OL15 8DU

office@smrc-lit.co.uk

01706 378032

St Mary's RC Primary School Littleborough

We love God, We love, learning, We love each other

School Uniform

School uniform can now be ordered from a local supplier, Andizyne, based at Wardle. Please click on the link Andizyne for details.

 

We still have size 36" and 38" jumpers, some cardigans and ties and school book bags at school.

 

 

School Uniform  

GIRLS            

BOYS

Grey knee length skirt, pinafore dress or trousers

Short or long grey trousers

Nursery & Reception – white polo shirt

 

Years 1-6 White blouse or shirt

(not polo shirts)

Nursery & Reception – white polo shirt

 

Years 1-6 White shirt (not polo shirt)

Nursery & Reception – no tie

 

Years 1-6 School tie (available in school)

Nursery & Reception – no tie

 

Years 1-6 School tie (available in school)

Knee length white socks or black/grey/navy tights

Grey/black/navy socks

Royal Blue ‘V’ neck jumper or cardigan

(no sweatshirts or fleeces)

Royal Blue ‘V’ neck jumper

(no sweatshirts or fleeces)

Black flat sensible shoes

(no trainers or ballet pumps)

Black flat sensible shoes

(no trainers)

P.E – Navy shorts, White/navy

t-shirt, Black velcro pumps

 

Children may wear tracksuits during the cold weather

Trainers may be worn for outdoor use only

P.E - Navy shorts, White/navy

t-shirt, Black velcro pumps

 

Children may wear tracksuits during the cold weather

Trainers may be worn for outdoor use only

 

Warm Weather

In warm weather girls may wear summer dresses – (pale blue and white gingham check or stripes) available from most children’s clothes stores. Sandals may be worn that are black, white or brown but they must have an ankle strap and cover the toes for health and safety reasons.

 

P.E. kits need to be kept in a pump bag with your child’s name on it.

 

P.E. kit should be left in school during the week and taken home for washing only at weekends or during holidays

 

All items of clothing (including PE kits and bags) should be labelled clearly with your child’s name

 

Your child is responsible for looking after their belongings. We cannot be responsible for any loss or damage. Lost property will be held until the end of one half-term.

 

Personal Appearance

Children should make every effort to be neat and tidy. Long hair should be tied back for health and hygiene. No child should have extreme hair cuts.

 

Make-up and nail varnish are not allowed. No jewellery should be worn in school. Earrings can be worn but only small, plain studs. Earrings must be removed for PE.  If a child has recently had their ears pierced, he/she should cover the earrings for PE with plasters until they are healed and the pupil is able to remove them by him/herself.  This rule is standard for the safety of all pupils.  Agencies providing PE activities will not allow pupils to participate if they do not remove/cover them.  Accidents could also happen in the playground.  Based on health and safety we, therefore, advise that it is a parental decision as to whether they feel it is safe for their child to wear earrings.