School Uniform Policy 2017-12-12T14:12:50+00:00

School Uniform Information

Here are the details of our grey and red school uniform at Darwen St James’. A uniform we are very proud of!

Our children from nursery to Year 5 wear our uniform which is made up of grey school sweatshirts and red polo shirts…..Our Year 6 children wear red sweatshirts

Uniform:

Our uniform is very important to us at Darwen St James’ and we want our children to look smart and wear their uniform with pride!  A high standard of appearance is usually an indication of good discipline, self-awareness, and responsibility. Correct uniform is one of the many important elements which make up a “St James’ Child”!

Boys:

Red school polo shirt with school badge

Grey sweatshirt with school badge or Red sweatshirt for Y6

Grey/Black trousers

Grey or white socks

Smart school shoes (black – not trainers)

 

Girls:

Red school polo shirt with school badge

Grey sweatshirt or cardigan with school badge Red sweatshirt/Cardigan for Y6

Grey/Black skirt, pinafore dress or trousers

Grey or white socks or grey tights

Smart school shoes (black)

 

Girls (summer):

Red school polo shirt with school badge

Grey sweatshirt or cardigan with school badge Red sweatshirt/Cardigan for Y6

Red and white checked dress

Grey or white socks

Leather shoes or sandals

 

PE Kit:

Black shorts

White PE T-shirt

Pumps or trainers for outdoor PE

Tracksuits and trainers may be worn during the colder weather.

 

Sweatshirts, cardigans, polo shirts, PE kit and book bags with our school logo can all be purchased from local uniform providers in Darwen:

 

  • Mums the Word – Duckworth Street, Darwen
  • Snazzy’s, Bridge Street, Darwen

For safety reasons, the wearing of jewellery is not allowed. Only earrings of the ‘stud’ type may be worn. Studs must be removed for P.E. without exception. We recommend that ear piercing should take place at the beginning of the summer holiday so allowing time for healing. During PE or Games lessons, studs and watches must be removed.

All clothing should be clearly labelled, and outdoor coats should have strong loops so that they can be hung safely on pegs. A clearly named draw-string bag should be provided so that PE kits can be kept safely. Bags should be of a reasonable size so that they are easy to store and don’t block corridors.

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