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School Uniform plays an important role in the school life for various reasons:

It shows a sense of belonging Demonstrates equality

Encourages conformity

Children look smart

School has a sense of identity.


Details for the boy’s uniform:

Charcoal grey trousers: long/short

White shirt

Green/yellow tie

Bottle green ‘V’ neck jumper with St Patrick’s school badge

Grey/black socks

Black shoes/ summer sandals

Dark coats/fleeces


Details for the girl’s uniform:

Charcoal grey pinafore dress/ skirt(knee length)

White shirt

Green/yellow tie

Charcoal grey/black trousers (for winter wear)

Bottle green ‘V’ neck cardigan or jumper with St Patricks school badge

White socks/grey tights

Black shoes /summer sandals (no open toes please)

Dark coloured coats/ fleeces


In the summer term girls can wear the green & white square check summer dresses.


Clothing for PE/Games

Black shorts

Green ‘T’ shirts with school badge. (KS1)

Green Polo shirts with school badge (KS2)

Pumps KS1

Trainers KS2

School tracksuits can be worn on swimming days in Years 3 & 4 for the whole day (when weather is cold and inclement). School uniform must be worn otherwise. School tracksuits can be worn for games outside and when children represent school in various sports.

 Football kit including boots (KS 2) optional

Bottle green sweatshirts and fleeces can be worn as extra during the cold season


Years 3 & 2 Swimming for Year 3 (Autumn /Spring Term) & Year 2 (Summer Term)take place over the year. Please ensure children have the correct swimming costume: Swimming trunks - no long swimming shorts

Swimming costume (1 piece) for girls. 

Hat for both boys and girls



Art shirt: An old shirt is essential for practical art activities It is essential that all uniform is named. Uniform can be obtained from  Crested Schoolwear, St Marys Mews, Stafford, ST16 2AP.