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Uniform & Basic kit

A high standard of personal appearance is expected of all students both in and out of school. Blazers and jumpers should be worn at all times, shirt tucked in, tie worn to the right length and tied to the top.

Girls

  • Black blazer with school logo

  • Plain white school shirt

  • School tie

  • Plain royal blue slipover with logo

  • Plain black pleated skirt or

  • Tailored trousers

  • Plain black tights

  • Flat black shoes

Boys

  • Black blazer with school logo

  • Plain white school shirt

  • School tie

  • Plain royal blue slipover with logo

  • Black tailored trousers

  • Plain black socks

  • Black shoes

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PE Kit - Girls
Compulsory:

  • White polo shirt with logo

  • Royal blue shorts with logo

  • Royal blue sports socks

  • Trainers for use in sports hall and outdoors

PE Kit – Boys
Compulsory:

  • White polo shirt with logo

  • Royal blue shorts with logo

  • Yellow football shirt with logo

  • Royal blue sports socks

  • Trainers for use in sports hall and outdoors

Optional for PE - both Girls and Boys

  • Royal blue sweatshirt with logo

  • Plain navy blue tracksuit bottoms with logo

  • Royal blue waterproof jacket with logo

  • PE hooded sweater with logo

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  • Outdoor coats should be plain, No denim or leather

  • No sweatshirts, “hoodies” or sports tops

  • No jewellery except a wrist watch (This includes earrings).

  • No make-up and no nail polish or false nails

  • Shoes should be black, formal and polishable (no canvas). Please see images below, any queries please contact school.

  • No trainers at all in school except for PE

  • Hair should be of a style and colour suitable for school; extreme hair styles/colours and hair extensions are not permitted.

  • Any items of non-uniform clothing or jewellery will be confiscated for an adult to collect from Reception

  • Please ensure all items of uniform are clearly labelled with pupil’s name

The school will have the final say on what is acceptable regarding all of the above.
Thank you for supporting St. Anne’s Uniform Policy.

Visual guide to shoes
We have on occasion been asked for some clarity on the acceptability of some styles of shoes. It would appear that many shoe manufacturers are now producing trendy hybrid type footwear which makes determining what is acceptable or not acceptable rather difficult.


In order to assist you in the selection of acceptable footwear, please refer to the exam-ples given below, a visual guide to the types of shoes which are allowed to be worn and those which are unacceptable. It is impossible to provide a complete list, but if you are in any doubt do contact the school for advice.

SUITABLE FOOTWARE

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NOT SUITABLE FOOTWARE

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If a pupil arrives to school with inappropriate footwear they will be asked to put on school issue shoes or spend the day in our Romero Centre.

Basic Kit: every item, every lesson, every day

  • 2 pens (blue/black)

  • Pencil

  • Ruler

  • 1 green pen

  • Rubber

  • Pencil case

  • School bag 

  • Reading book (from School Library)

  • Calculator (Casio Scientific) 

  • Reusable Water Bottle

  • Knowledge Organisers (provided by school)

  • School Planner (KS3 only - provided by school)

Electronic Equipment

All electronic devices are banned at St. Anne’s, this includes on corridors and during lesson transition points.

  • Mobile/Smart phones

  • Smart watches

  • Head/Ear phones

  • Wireless Ear Pods

  • Gaming devices

Zero tolerance

All electronic devices are not allowed in classrooms and on corridors. These will be immediately confiscated and the Parent/Carer must collect them from Reception.

Possession and Safety
Students are not required to bring any form of electronics in to school. Students who bring in electronic equipment do this at their own risk. School is not liable for any loss, damage or theft. Please consider students vulnerability when travelling to and from school with expensive electronic devices.

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