How do I get Uniform?

Updated: May 18



It is the Governors and our school policy that all children wear school uniform when attending school or when participating in a school organised event outside of normal school hours. We ask that all parents, carers and children respect the school uniform policy. We believe our uniform should instill a sense of identity and belonging. We want our children to be comfortable in school as well as ensuring high standards and consistency.​


“School uniform supports effective teaching and learning and engenders a positive, calm and respectful teaching and learning environment.” (Department for Education)


St John's uses Macpac to supply uniform direct to your home

Please follow this link to register for an account and order your uniform


We require that you label your uniform, we recommend using My Nametags, be sure to use our unique code 28469 at the checkout to help us raise funds for our PSA

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Uniform list


Nursery


The Nursery does not have a uniform, but please follow these recommendations:

  • trousers should be jogging bottoms or have elasticated waists;

  • sensible shoes or trainers (NOT flip flops, NO laces); and

  • washable clothes which your child can be independent in.

MAPAC our uniform providers, sell a light blue sweatshirt with the school logo as worn by our Infant

children. This may be worn in the Nursery.


Reception, Year 1 and Year 2


All children:

  • Deep blue crew neck sweatshirt, deep blue jumper or cardigan with the school logo printed or embroidered on it (a V neck may be worn if preferred for ease of wear)

Boys:

  • Grey shorts or long trousers

  • White shirt or white polo shirt with school logo

  • Grey socks

Girls:

  • White blouse or white polo shirt with school logo

  • Grey skirt, pinafore dress or trousers

  • Summer weather (optional): pale blue and white checked dress and white socks

  • Tie for special events in Y2 (elasticated)

PE kit

  • Black shorts, white T-shirt

  • Black plimsolls

  • PE bag


Years 3, 4, 5 and 6


All children:

  • Deep blue sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan with the school logo printed or embroidered on it

Boys:

  • White polo shirt with school logo or white shirt

  • Grey long trousers or shorts grey socks

Girls:

  • White blouse or white polo shirt with school logo

  • Grey skirt or pinafore dress or trousers

  • Summer weather (optional): pale blue and white checked dress and white socks

  • Tie for special events

PE kit

  • Black shorts, white T-shirt

  • Black plimsolls

  • PE bag

  • Black/dark blue jogging pants

Forest School/OWL

  • Black shorts, white T-shirt

  • Black/dark blue jogging pants

Trainers/wellington boots – (as instructed Forest School Leader/Class teacher)

All uniform should be labelled, either with a laundry marker pen or with an iron-on/sewn-in label.


Footwear for Reception, Years 1 - 6

  • Everyday footwear must be safe and sensible for playground and indoor use

  • No narrow or raised heels are allowed

  • Children should wear sensible black school shoes with flat heels (no boots please unless given permission).

Jewellery

  • The wearing of jewellery other than ear studs is not allowed, as it can be dangerous both to the wearer and others

  • Older children may wear watches. Children will be asked to remove ear studs and watches for swimming and PE.

Hair

  • All children, girls and boys, are requested to have their hair tied back when it is long enough to do so. This is both for smartness and health and safety reasons

  • All long hair must be tied back for PE and cookery.

Pupils have the right to dress in accordance with their true gender identity within the constraints of

our dress code, outlined in our School Uniform Policy.


The role of parents/carers

We ask all parents and carers who send their children to St John’s to support the school uniform

policy. It is the responsibility of parents and carers to ensure that their child has the correct uniform

and that it is clean, in good repair and named. Any parent wanting to request special dispensation with regard to school uniform should apply to the Headteacher.









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