Uniform

Dressing for School

uniform

At St. John’sCatholicPrimary School the children must wear the complete school uniform EVERY DAY. It is a School Rule that children wear the correct school uniform daily WITHOUT EXCEPTION. You will be notified by letter of any irregularities of the rule.


DSC_0968Girls:
    • Grey skirt or pinafore dress – plain grey.
    • Light blue blouse.
    • Navy blue jumper with the school crest.
    • Tie – blue with green stripes and thin yellow border to the green.
    • Socks – white or grey. White or grey tights in the cold weather.
    • Shoes – flat BLACK shoes with suitable soles.
    • Plain BLUE/BLACK/GREY trainers may be worn during playtime only.
    • School Jacket with logo or plain navy blue coat or jacket.

DSC_0959Boys:
    • Grey trousers – long or short.
    • Light blue shirt.
    • Navy blue jumper with the school crest
    • Tie – blue with green stripes and thin yellow border to the green.
    • Socks – grey.
    • Shoes – flat BLACK shoes with suitable soles.
    • Plain BLUE/BLACK/GREY trainers may be worn during playtime only.
    • School Jacket with logo or plain navy blue coat or jacket.

Navy blue crested jumpers , school ties, Physical Education kits are available from the School Office.

School coats are available to order.

Small plain stud ear-rings may be worn, but must be removed by the child for PE.

Long hair must be tied back at all times.


Physical Education kits:

ALL CHILDREN will do Physical Education in a white T.shirt (with school crest), royal blue shorts and black slip on plimsolls. Children in Year 5 and Year 6 may wear black, blue or grey trainers.

Please ensure that ALL ITEMS are clearly marked with the child’s name.


 

Swimming:

Children in Key Stage 2 –  Year 4  participate in swimming lessons at Seven Islands Leisure Centre, Lower Road, Rotherhithe. Swimming lessons are now part of The National Curriculum and they are NOT OPTIONAL.

Government Legislation clearly states that all physically fit primary school children should be able to swim twenty five metres by the end of KS2.