School Uniform

School Uniform 

Boys  Girls 
Winter                                              Summer 
Grey trousers (long or short)  Grey pinafore dress or skirt or trousers  Light blue gingham dress 
Grey pullover  Grey cardigan or pullover  White or grey cardigan 
Blue shirt and school tie (available at the school office)  Pale blue shirt buttoned to the neck with a school tie (available from the school office) 
Blue polo shirt in the summer term only  Blue polo shirt in the summer term only 
Plain black shoes- no trainers or shoes with coloured designs Plain black sensible shoes/boots low heel – no trainers or shoes with coloured designs White or black shoes low heel no sandals or trainers or shoes with coloured designs
Black socks Black/grey/white socks  White/grey ankle or knee length socks
Grey/navy tights 
White ankle or knee length socks 
In the Reception classes only, the boys and gilrs may wear blue polo shirts all year if wished. 
School bags and coats should have the child s name in and be of a type that can be stored on the child s peg. Named brands are discouraged. 
Long hair should be tied back at all times, and make up and nail varnish is not allowed. 
Caps are allowed to be worn on the playground during the summer months and school accepts no responsibility for loss or damage. 
Pre-School Uniform : A pale blue polo shirt, royal blue sweatshirt with school logo and black/grey trousers/jogers/leggings/shorts. Velcro fastening shoes/pumps/trainers. Please see the Nursery page for the more information.

Sports Kits 

Indoors (Boys and Girls)  Outdoors (Boys and Girls) 
Plain white or pale blue t/shirt or polo shirt.  As indoor with an additional layer of plain black or navy jogging bottoms and sweatshirts.
Plain black or navy shorts 
Black pumps or bare feet  Trainers are allowed for outdoor work but avoid expensive styles as they may get wet/muddy 
 
P.E. bags should be the drawstring type and be named.They can remain in school all week and be taken home at weekends for washing 
No jewellery, including watches, is allowed at all during P.E. sessions. If a child cannot remove earrings by themselves, they will miss the P.E. lesson and be sent extra work to complete in another class. Any child missing a P.E. lesson due to a medical condition will be expected to bring a note from the parent explaining the reason. 
Aerosol deodorants are not allowed as they trigger some asthmatics. Roll on and stick types are suitable alternatives. 

Swimming Kits 

Children going swimming should bring their kit in a separate bag. 
They need a towel and either trunks or a full costume. Bikinis and long swimming shorts are not allowed. 
It is a good idea for those with long hair to wear a swimming cap.

Contact the School

Sherdley Primary School

Mill Lane
Sutton
St Helens
Merseyside
WA9 4HA

Main Contact: Mrs Marie White - Office Administrator / Mrs Angela Webster - School Business Manager

Tel: 01744 678683
Fax: 01744 678684
sherdley@sthelens.org.uk