Children are expected to wear a gold polo shirt, with a school blue sweatshirt or cardigan with a school logo. This should be worn with grey or black trousers, shorts, pinafore dresses or skirts and black, navy blue or grey tights or any socks. In the warmer weather blue gingham school dresses may also be worn. Below are two companies who can supply our school uniform to you.
Shoes should be fit for purpose and suitable for running around. They must be black and secured with a buckle, laces, velcro, zip or elastic. These can be trainer style shoes, provided that they are predominantly black. If a child attends school in incorrect footwear they (and the parents) will be reminded of the dress code. If this persists then the parents will be provided with a written reminder and a two week period in which to provide appropriate shoes for their child.
Whilst we do not wish to appear draconian with regard to uniform we firmly believe that if children are dressed appropriately for school then their attitude to work will be better and their learning behaviour and progress will improve as a result. Thank you for your support in this.
1. School Threads
School Threads is a new local company based in Barnstaple, operating online only.
On the School Threads website, the School Shop menu lists all available schools in alphabetical order.
On the St Mary’s page, you will find all the original uniform items previously sold by Daw’s.
When placing your order, you can either choose Royal Mail shipping, to have your order posted directly to you or you can choose the ‘Free To School’ option for your order and it will be sent directly to the school office for you to collect, free of charge. You will receive a ‘ready to collect’ email once the order is here.
2. My clothing uniform service.
My Clothing Limited is the UK’s largest provider of school wear, offering parents a convenient one-stop shop. They have taken over the Tesco Uniform Embroidery Service and offer Royal Mail shipping so your order is delivered directly to you.