At St. Peter’s we are proud of our school and our school family and we demonstrate this through wearing our uniform. The wearing of our school uniform, as specified below, is mandatory for all learners at all times.
- Grey school trousers, shorts, skirt or pinafore dress.
- Royal blue sweatshirt or cardigan with St. Peter’s school logo
- White polo shirt with St. Peter’s school logo
- Black, sensible school shoes (please note that black trainers or shoes with heels are not permitted).
- A school logo fleece is available to be worn over school sweatshirts in cold weather.
- Grey school shorts
- Blue and white gingham dress
The following items should be bought into school each day to ensure learners are able to join in with all school activities:
- A warm and waterproof coat
- A named water bottle
- A named book bag (Early Years and KS1)
- A named school bag (Key Stage 2)
- Plain white t.shirt
- Plain navy blue or black shorts
- Plain navy blue or black tracksuit top and trousers
- Trainers (and a carrier bag to put them in when muddy)
All items should remain in school in a labelled drawstring PE bag, as PE days may change dependent upon weather and availability of facilities and equipment in school.
Pupils in Key Stage 2 will partake in swimming lessons at the local leisure centre. The following swimming kit will be required for these lessons, this is defined by the swimming instructors in line with health and safety guidance for school swimming lessons.
- A one-piece swimming costume or swimming trunks
- A swimming cap
- A towel
Purchasing School Uniform
The following suppliers stock St. Peter’s school uniforms:
If you need any financial help with purchasing school uniform, please speak with us and we will do all we can to help. A second-hand uniform and swap-shop is run by the PTFA through a dedicated Facebook site which can be accessed here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stpetershixonuniform/
Learners are permitted to wear a non-valuable wristwatch and plain stud earrings to school. All other items of jewellery are not allowed for school. Please note that children must be able to remove their own earrings for swimming and P.E. in order to comply with Health and Safety guidelines.
Long hair should be tied back for school each day, this is better for learning and also reduces the risk of headlice. To maintain the exceptional levels of professionalism in school, you are kindly requested to avoid having hair cut excessively short or with fashion tramlines etc.
Make-Up and Nail Polish
The wearing of make-up, including nail polish, is not allowed.