St. William of Perth
Catholic Primary School

Canon Close
Rochester
Kent
ME1 3EN

Tel: 01634 404267
office@stwilliamperth.medway.sch.uk

School Uniform

Woven Badge

Winter Uniform from 1st October to End of Spring Term

Girls

  • School sweatshirt with school logo
  • Grey Skirt / Pinafore dress (not black)
  • Grey tailored trousers
  • White blouse
  • School tie
  • Black or grey tights
  • Grey or white socks
  • Black sensible shoes (no boots or shoes with high heels)
  • Hair: If hair is long, it should be tied back in plain black hair elastics or plain elastics in school colours. No extremes of fashion or hair dye

Boys

  • Royal blue sweatshirts with school logo
  • Grey (not black) trousers
  • White shirt
  • School tie
  • Grey socks (not other colours)
  • Black sensible shoes (no trainers or boots)
  • Hair should be smart and suitable for school
  • Hair should not cover the eyes and hinder learning. Hair should be no longer than the collar. Gel should not be worn. No hair dye and no indentions

Summer Uniform start of Summer Term (May) to End of September

Girls

  • School sweatshirt with school logo
  • Light blue and white checked dress - not a two piece blouse and skirt or jump suit
  • Years 5 and 6 have the option to wear short sleeved blouse and tie with grey skirt / pinafore dress instead of a summer dress
  • White socks including socks that are trimmed to match summer dress (not trainer or coloured socks please)
  • Black sensible shoes with straps / laces for health and safety reasons, preferably not slip on / ballerina style (no boots, shoes with high heels or open toed sandals).
  • Hair: If hair is long, it should be tied back in plain black hair elastics or plain elastics in school colours. No extremes of fashion or hair dye
  • Sun hat: School hat bearing school logo. Branded sunhats or fashion items may not be worn.

Boys

  • Royal blue sweatshirts with school logo
  • Grey (not black) trousers
  • Grey (not black) shorts, not cargo style with pockets on the outside or below the knee
  • White shirt
  • School tie
  • Grey socks (not other colours)
  • Black sensible shoes (no trainers or boots)
  • Hair: This should be smart and suitable for school. It should not cover the eyes and hinder learning. Hair should be no longer than the collar. Gel should not be worn. No hair dye and no indentions
  • Sun hat: School hat bearing school logo. Branded sunhats or fashion items may not be worn.

Bags

Only Year 5 and Year 6 pupils are allowed school bags. Each child should have a book bag. These can be bought from the school office.

P.E.

  • Shorts - navy
  • T/shirt with school logo
  • Plimsoles
  • All jewellery (e.g. watches) must be removed - no responsibility will be taken for these
  • Hair - long hair to be tied back

For field activities children may wear trainers or football boots. In cold weather children are allowed to wear pullover/sweatshirt and tracksuit bottoms over their P.E. kit.

Jewellery

For Health and Safety reasons the wearing of jewellery is not allowed in school. Children do not need to wear neck chains, bracelets, pendants etc. The only exception to this rule that we can make is the wearing of studs in ears, though it is important to point out to parents that even these pose a health and safety risk.

In PE children should not wear any jewellery. It should be removed by them and replaced by them. Teachers cannot take the responsibility for this.

The following items are available from the School Office:

  • Sweatshirts
  • Cardigans
  • PE T/shirts
  • School tie
  • Book bags
  • PE bags
  • Water bottles.

Mobile Phones

In the interests of security and safety, we do not allow children to bring Mobile phones in school. Please speak to the School Office if you have any queries.

Click below to download a copy of our school uniform list