School Uniform

We believe in the importance of school uniform for a number of reasons:

  • It gives our pupils a sense of belonging
  • It sends a message to the local community about our standards
  • It standardises a code of acceptable dress
  • It helps parents when buying clothes for school – no more arguments with children over what to buy!

School uniform consists of:

Girls:    Navy Blue or black trousers, dresses, tunics or skirts (Blue checked dresses or skirts in summer if wished)
A light blue polo neck shirt (if appropriate)

A navy blue cardigan or jumper (preferably with the school’s logo)

Suitable black shoes (eg. no high heels)

Boys:    Navy Blue or black trousers (or tailored shorts in summer)
A light blue polo neck shirt

A navy blue jumper (preferably with the school’s logo)

Suitable black shoes (including predominantly black trainers)

Please note:  Grey is not an acceptable substitute

All accessories such as tights, bobbles or bows should also be in school colours

School is an inappropriate place for children to experiment with fashion. We ask that children come to school with conservative hairstyles. These acceptable styles do not include shaved heads, patterns shaved into hairstyles or Mohican type haircuts.

Jewellery

No jewellery may be worn in school. This includes chains and bracelets. If your child has pierced ears then studs may be worn. No other type of earring is acceptable due to health and safety reasons.

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All Saints C.E Primary SchoolChurchill Street,
Heaton Norris,
Stockport,
Cheshire
SK4 1ND

Mrs C Spinks | Headteacher

0161 510 8000 headteacher@allsaints.stockport.sch.uk

Mrs T Cartmill | School Business Manager

Who We Are

All Saints C.E Primary School
“Where we learn to value Knowledge; To value Each Other; but most of all ... to value Ourselves”.

As a Church of England Voluntary Controlled school, we are committed to enabling our children to become responsible and compassionate citizens both in school (and in the wider community) through the teachings of the church.

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