St. Mary's Catholic Federation

St. Mary's Catholic Federation, Carshalton

Learning, Playing and Growing together in the Love of Jesus

School Uniform - Junior School

Winter Uniform

Boys

Grey Trousers
Pale Blue Shirt (long or short sleeves)
School Sweatshirt 
Plain Grey Socks (not trainer socks)
School Tie 
St Mary’s navy school hat
Plain dark blue or black coloured coat, scarves and gloves      
Black school shoes – no boots allowed  

Girls

Pale Blue shirt (long or short sleeves)
School Tie
School Sweatshirt/Cardigan 
Navy Tunic or Skirt
St Mary’s navy school hat
Plain dark blue or black coloured coat, scarves and gloves
Blue or White Socks or navy tights (not trainer socks)
Black school shoes – no boots allowed  

Summer Uniform

Boys

Pale Blue Shirt (short or long sleeve)
Grey Shorts (except Year 6)
School Sweatshirt
Plain grey socks (not trainer socks)
School Tie
Navy sunhat (baseball style)
Black school shoes – no boots allowed  

Girls

Light Blue Check Dress (Year 6 pupils may wear winter uniform if preferred).
School Sweatshirt/Cardigan
Plain white socks (not trainer socks)
Navy sunhat (baseball style)
Black school shoes – no boots allowed  

P.E. Kit

School PE Shirt
Plain navy blue Shorts
White or Black Sports Trainers (no coloured laces and minimum decoration or logo)
Plain navy blue jogging bottom (optional in cold weather)
Plain grey sweatshirt(no logos or motifs)
Navy sunhat (baseball style)

Swimming (Junior School Only)

Boys                 Navy Blue swimming trunks & hat
Girls                 Navy Blue one-piece swimsuit & hat
Towel
Goggles (optional)

As you are aware, the school prospectus outlines the standards expected for both boys and girls summer and winter uniforms and we ask that parents ensure their children strictly follow these guidelines and come to school suitably dressed.

The following applies to both boys and girls at both schools.

Footwear

Proper school shoes should be worn - Black Shoes - no platform soles, boots or open toes. Trainers may NOT be worn with school uniform

The Wearing of Jewellery is Forbidden

In no circumstances must children bring or wear jewellery in school. This includes the wearing of earrings.  This measure is put in place for health and safety reasons and we would ask all parents to respect and follow our school policy. Children wishing to have their ears pierced must do so at the beginning of the summer holidays and at no other time.  Watches are permitted from year 1 but must be removed for PE. No child is allowed to do PE or a sports club whilst wearing earrings.

Hair

All hair shoulder length and over must be fully tied back with blue or white fastenings, hair should be secured away from face. This applies to both boys and girls. Hair gels are forbidden in the school for safety reasons.  From time to time hair styles change but children should not come to school with ‘fashion’ hair styles e.g. shaved or No1 haircuts, tram lines, Mohican style etc.