We insist that our children wear school uniform at St Alban's Catholic Primary School. It helps them be identified as part of our school community. We also believe that it helps develop a positive attitude in school. From a young age, we encourage our children to; look smart, act smart and feel smart.
We believe that our school uniform helps our children to identify with their school community. We ask for your co-operation in trying to dress your child in school uniform. Our school tries to source the best quality we can and keep cost as low as possible. Logos are not compulsory on any uniform.
The smart appearance of the children is a reflection of the high standards we expect at St. Alban’s in all areas.
It has been proven in many educational studies that uniform has a significant impact on standards, both educational and behavioural.
We therefore expect all children to wear correct school uniform
The junior school children go swimming. Costumes are:
A swimming costume and swimming cap. Bikinis are not allowed.
Swimming trunks, NOT loose shorts.
Letters will be sent home informing you when your child is undertaking swimming lessons.
Parents/carers are asked to name all clothes and check frequently that names are still legible. Although we have lost property bins, countless items of clothing go missing. The school is not responsible for lost clothing.
Look Smart – Act Smart – Think Smart