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Uniform and Equipment

School Uniform

We have a school uniform because it look smart, wears well and contributes to a sense of belonging to St John Fisher RC Primary School.

Parents are asked to conform to the school’s uniform policy.The basic uniform can be purchased from most retail outlets, except for the school sweatshirt which must be purchased from Broadbent’s Outfitters on Long Street, Middleton.

The uniform consists of:

Girls Boys
Pale Blue Polo Shirt Pale Blue Polo Shirt
Navy Sweatshirt with school crest or cardigan Navy Sweatshirt with school crest
Grey skirt, trousers or pinafore  Grey trousers
Pale Blue / White Check (summer term option)
White / Grey / Black socks Grey/Black socks
Grey / Black tights (in autumn/winter)
Black shoes / trainers Black shoes / trainers

General Appearance

  • Children should at all times appear neat and tidy.
  • Boys should have a short neat, style of hair. Gelled, bleached, dyed or streaked hair and extreme haircuts such as tramlines and close shaves are not allowed in school.
  • Children should not wear make-up or nail vanish.


  • All belongings should be clearly marked with the child’s name.
  • The school will not accept responsibility for loss of clothing or valuables.
  • Kit should be brought into school in a small P.E. bag.
  • Large holdalls are not permitted as they cause a hazard in the cloakrooms.
  • We reserve the right to ban items, which may be considered harmful or unsuitable.

PE / Games Kit

  • Plimsolls/soft-soled training shoes (outside only)
  • Plain navy shorts
  • Plain white T-Shirt
  • Track suits in cold weather
  • There should be no logos on any items of PE kit.

All children should have a PE bag, labelled with their name, to keep all PE kit in. All clothes need to be labelled.

Your child’s PE kit should be kept in a drawstring bag on their own coat peg.

PE bags may be purchased from school.


Children must not wear items of jewellery to school as these can be dangerous during practical activities, PE and in the playground.

Following Health and Safety guidelines, earrings are no longer permitted in school.

Personal Equipment

  • The cloakrooms in school are very small and cramped.
  • Reading books and homework should be kept in a special reading folder, which is available from school. During the day this will be stored in class.
  • Most children should not usually need to bring another bag to school with them, but if this is unavoidable it should be a small carrier bag which can fit easily on a coat peg.