School Uniform

 

School Uniform


School uniform can be purchased from Michael Hope Sports.  Orders can be placed online at http://www.michaelhope.co.uk or by phone on 01225 464648.

Our school uniform consists of the following: 

School or plain navy sweatshirt  

School or plain navy or white polo shirt or shirt

Grey trousers or skirt

Summer dresses may be worn

Dark leather school shoes with low heels

Autumn/Winter time only – children are permitted to wear plain black/navy blue, low heeled ankle boots.

PE Kit

School or plain navy t-shirt

Navy shorts

Black plimsolls

Strong pair of trainers

Dark tracksuit in winter

Children go barefoot in the hall; consequently it is essential that if they have a foot infection it is well covered. No jewellery should be worn apart from plain stud earrings.   These should not be worn on PE days or be covered with tape. 

PE kit should be brought into school on a Monday.  Children without PE kit will not be able to take part in PE lessons. 

Please ensure everything is clearly named.

We also do not permit the use of mobile phones or Apple Series watches during the school day. 

Our
Testimonials

  • Mortimer St Mary’s is a well-run school that is true to its ethos. There is a genuine feeling of community and joy around the school that creates a fun, friendly place for the children to develop into well rounded, happy and capable young people. Our unique learning journey has been enhanced at both ends of the spectrum with Senco support to accommodate weakness and tailored academic challenges to enhance learning strengths.

    Teacher
  • St Mary’s school has fantastic, dedicated teaching staff. They have worked with us extensively to support the well-being and progress of our child with SEN

    Parent
  • Mortimer St Mary’s is an inclusive, happy and productive environment that brings out the best in its pupils. The teachers take the time to get to know, understand and support the children.  Along with the many opportunities on offer, from music to theatre productions to sporting activities, the school creates a rich and safe learning environment for all of its children. 

    Parent
  • Mortimer St. Mary’s Junior School provides a nurturing environment, welcoming pupils from Year 3 onwards and developing them academically, emotionally and socially so that they are ready to progress to the next stage of their education after Year 6. The school tailors its approach as far as possible to the individual student so that pupils’ different needs are recognised and accommodated. There is a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities for pupils to be involved with from language, music and sport to magic and science clubs. Teachers and the senior leadership team are approachable and always willing to engage with parents and carers to ensure that each child reaches his or her potential.

    Parent