School Uniform

Children should look smart when wearing their school uniform. All items of uniform should be clearly labelled with your child’s name.

Hair Accessories: all hair accessories should be in school colours i.e. royal blue, red or white.

Jewellery: Please note, for safety reasons,  jewellery is not allowed to be worn at school. However if a child has pierced ears they are permitted to wear one small gold stud in each ear which must be covered during PE lessons

Top coat: any style may be worn but it should be plain.

Reception children: should wear royal polo shirts without a tie for the whole academic year.

Summer uniform should be worn from the beginning of the Summer term until the half  term of the Autumn Term.     

Our uniform and appearance expectations are below.  Uniform can be purchased from:

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SUMMER UNIFORM
Summer Uniform 1
(Worn in March, April, May, June, July,
September and October)
  • St Joseph’s Polo Shirt
  • Grey Shorts
  • Black Shoes
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Summer Uniform 2
(Worn in March, April, May, June, July,
September and October)
  • St Joseph’s School Sweatshirt/Cardigan
  • Light Blue Checked Summer Dress or Light
  • Blue Checked Summer skirt and top
  • White Socks
  • Black Shoes
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Winter Uniform 1
(Worn from October, November,
December, January, February & March)
  • St Joseph’s School Sweatshirt
  • White Shirt
  • St Joseph’s School Tie (Blue and Silver Stripe)
  • Grey Trousers
  • Grey/black socks
  • Black Shoes
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Winter Uniform 2
(Worn from October, November,
December, January, February & March)
  • Joseph’s School Sweatshirt/Cardigan
  • White blouse
  • St Joseph’s School Tie (Blue and Silver Stripe)
  • Grey Skirt or Pinafore
  • White socks or Grey Tights
  • Black Shoes
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PE Kit
  • White T-Shirt
  • Royal Blue Shorts (plain)
  • White PLAIN trainers
  • White socks
  • Plain Navy Blue Track-Suit
Jewellery

Please note, for safety reasons,  jewellery is not allowed to be worn at school. However if a child has pierced ears they are permitted to wear one small gold stud in each ear which must be covered during PE lessons

Please ensure all uniform is clearly marked with the child’s name.