All children are expected to wear school uniform, which gives focus, unity and pride in the school.
Below is a list of items from which you can choose, all of which form part of the compulsory school uniform. The Governors hope that the variety will give all parents a wide choice without excessive expenditure.
Items marked with an asterisk * are available for purchase from the school office.
School Uniform purchasing.
Uniform can be ordered online from MAPAC or there are order forms are available from the office. Please note that the office holds only a small stock of the acrylic sweatshirts and polo shirts in case of emergencies, along with book bags, shorts and water bottles. The full range is available online.
We are pleased to announce that MAPAC now provide an automated FREE weekly delivery to school during term time. Simply order and pay for your items online, but select 'Deliver to St Stephen's CE Primary School' and your order will be available to collect from the school office.
Friday 30th September is the first deadline for orders; items will be delivered on Friday 14th October. You will still have the option to take delivery at your home or work, however this will incur the normal delivery charge. Only deliveries to school will be free of charge.
St Stephen’s red acrylic sweatshirt (crew or v neck)
St Stephen’s red acrylic cardigan
St Stephen’s red or white polo shirt
Red tie with grey stripe, elasticated for infants
Grey trousers, skirt or tunic (no motifs or logos)
Tights or socks – red, grey or white
Shoes – black, brown or navy (not trainers)
*School baseball cap and winter hat
* Book bag and PE bag
Summer uniform may include red striped or checked dress
PE kit for Year 1 upwards
plain white t-shirt
plimsolls or trainers for games
plain grey jogging bottoms for outdoor games in the winter
All clothes must be labelled - especially sweatshirts, cardigans, coats and PE kit. Unnamed uniform can easily become separated from its owner. Shoes should be suitable for the playground, allowing children to run and play safely. Children are not allowed to wear trainers to school, however junior children may bring trainers to change into for outdoor PE lessons
Children are asked not to wear jewellery. Stud earrings and watches may be worn, but these are the responsibility of the child.