Pupils at St. Peter’s have always had the tradition of wearing a distinctive uniform, as this encourages a sense of identity and pride. We expect that all parents who accept a place at St. Peter’s will ensure that their child wears the correct uniform.
Winter Navy blue pinafore dress, skirt (of an appropriate length, e.g. knee length) or smart trousers (not jeans or leggings). Navy blue school sweatshirt or cardigan embroidered with school logo. White polo shirt with embroidered school logo, sensible shoes and socks.
Summer Yellow and white gingham dress, navy blue school sweatshirt or cardigan embroidered with school logo, sensible shoes or sandals and socks. (Summer uniform can be worn from Easter until October half term).
Winter Grey smart trousers or shorts, navy blue school sweatshirt embroidered with school logo, white polo shirt with embroidered school logo, sensible shoes and socks.
Summer Grey smart trousers or shorts, white polo shirt with embroidered school logo, sensible shoes or sandals and socks. (Summer uniform to be worn from Easter until October half term).
Games/P.E Navy blue gym shorts, navy blue shirt embroidered with the school logo, plimsolls (for indoor use only) and socks.
For outdoor use, navy tracksuit or warm sweater and jogging trousers and sports trainers if possible.
Footwear must be black for boys (plain black trainers are acceptable, boots are not). Black or blue shoes for girls; sensible sandals or white shoes are acceptable in the summer. In order to keep the school as clean as possible, we ask that shoes should not have a heavy tread as these bring in large amounts of mud.
Children’s coats, anoraks, fleeces etc. are for outdoor use only and are not to be worn around the school.
The wearing of nail varnish in school is not permitted. Children are not allowed to have their hair dyed, either with temporary or permanent hair dye.
Please ensure that all the children’s clothing and other belongings are clearly named.
Please see School Uniform document below which has details of where to purchase our school uniform
STATEMENT ON THE WEARING OF JEWELLERY
We do not allow jewellery or other expensive items to be brought into school. For reasons of health and safety, it is the policy of the school that no jewellery should be worn by pupils during the school day.
There are two exceptions:
- For newly pierced ears, studs may be worn. In P.E lessons these should be covered with micropore tape, which should be supplied from home.
- Jewellery may be worn in exceptional circumstances, such as where the items have a religious or cultural significance or are worn for medical reasons. Parents should apply in writing to the Headteacher in these circumstances.
Watches may be worn but must be removed for P.E.
If a child does wear jewellery to school, other than in the above two exceptions, they will be asked to remove it and take it to the office. It will then be placed in an envelope to be collected by an adult at the end of the school day.