School Uniform

Eccleston Lane Ends Primary School is committed to promoting equality and value for money and to ensuring that no child is discriminated against due to their religion or belief, economic circumstances or social and cultural background. This policy contains provisions to meet these objectives and has been created with health and safety, value for money and practicality at its heart. 

Additionally, it is important that our pupils feel a sense of belonging to our school. We believe that wearing a smart and practical uniform allows all children, regardless of their backgrounds, to feel equal to their peers and confident in their appearance. 

We also believe it is important for children to wear clothing that is conducive to a successful learning environment, including activity-appropriate clothing, such as sports attire.

Our Uniform

The school endeavours to ensure that our uniform is as gender neutral as possible. 

The uniform is as follows:

Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 (YR,Y1 & Y2)

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  • Green school jumper/sweatshirt/tank top or green cardigan (with or without the school logo)
  • White short sleeved polo shirt (with or without the school logo)
  • Grey trousers/skirt/shorts or pinafore
  • Green & white check school dresses may be worn in Summer after the Easter holidays
  • Grey or green tights
  • Grey or white socks (green frill permitted)
  • Black, sensible shoes (not trainers)

 

thumbnail_IMG_0950.jpgKey Stage 2 (Y3-6)

  • White shirt/blouse with green & yellow striped tie (tie available from the office for £5) 
  • Green school jumper/tank top/sweatshirt or cardigan (with or without the school logo) 
  • Grey trousers/skirt/shorts or pinafore
  • Green & white check school dresses may be worn in Summer after the Easter holidays
  • Grey or green tights
  • Grey or white socks (green frill permitted) 
  • Black, sensible shoes (not trainers)

 

 

Trainers, open-toed sandals and large, thick boots are not considered suitable footwear for school.

High heels are not permitted: sensible, plain black shoes must be worn by both boys and girls. 

Black jeans and leggings are not permitted in day-to-day uniform.

All items of clothing and footwear must be labelled with the pupil’s name.

Hair should be smart and neatly tied back if long, with minimal hair ties in school colours

Nail varnish & make up should not be worn in school. 

Our PE Kit

Children are asked to come into school on the day of their PE lesson wearing their PE kit. They can wear it for the full school day.

Parents/carers are responsible for ensuring their child is dressed appropriately for PE.

The PE kit is as follows:

  • Plain white T-shirt (with or without the school logo)
  • Black zipped hoody or sweatshirt (with or without school logo)
  • Black tracksuit bottoms or leggings
  • Black or green shorts (in summer)
  • Plain, suitable trainers or black pumps (non marking soles please)

Plain jogging bottoms, hoodies/sweatshirts are preferred. However, a small, branded logo is acceptable.

All items of clothing and footwear must be labelled with the pupil’s name.

Muddy Monday's Clothing (Reception only)

Children in Reception are asked to come into school on Monday wearing their 'Muddy Monday' clothing. 

Arms and legs must be covered to avoid scratches and/or stings.

Parents/carers are responsible for ensuring that their child is dressed appropriately for Muddy Monday's.

Muddy Monday clothing is as follows:

  • Waterproof coat & trousers (to be left in school) 
  • Comfortable plain black tracksuit bottoms or leggings (not shorts)
  • Plain black t shirt (no print designs)
  • Black zipped hoody or sweatshirt (with or without the school logo)
  • Wellington boots or old trainers
  • Appropriate hat for the weather
  • Scarf and gloves (in colder weather)

All items of clothing and footwear must be labelled with the pupil’s name.

Jewellery

The only permitted jewellery that may be worn is:

  • One pair of stud earrings (no other piercings are permitted)
  • A sensible wristwatch (not a smartwatch)

Jewellery is the responsibility of the pupil and not the school. Lost or damaged items will not be refunded.

We advise that jewellery is not worn on PE Days. All jewellery must be removed during practical lessons, for example, PE lessons / swimming lessons. If children cannot remove their own earrings, then this should be done at home on the day of PE. 

School Bag

Pupils must use an appropriately sized green book bag to carry their Reading Books. These can be with or without the school logo.  

Large bags / large rucksacks are not permitted for day-to-day lessons due to space on children’s pegs.

Additional book bags can also be purchased from our school office at any time.

Name Labelling

All of your child's uniform must be labelled. My Nametags have some great labels that can used for clothing, water bottles, lunchboxes etc. - please use School ID: 31621 and PTA will recieve a percentage of the order total. 

https://www.mynametags.com/design-name-tags

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School Uniform Stockists

Please note that school ties are also available at the school office:

Whittakers Schoolwear

38 Bridge Street

St Helens

WA10 1NW

Telephone: 01744 451 812

https://www.whittakersschoolwear.co.uk/product-category/st-helens/eccleston-lane-ends-primary-school/

Jaymax Uniform Shop

91-93 Church Street

St Helens

WA10 1AJ

Telephone: 01744 752 003

https://www.jaymaxuniforms.com/ecclestone-lane

School Wear Rocket Embroidery

Unit 14, Gerards Park,

College Street,

St Helens

WA10 1FZ

Telephone: 01744 601402

http://rocketembroidery.co.uk/school-uniforms-st-helens/

Contact us at Eccleston Lane Ends Primary School

Business Manager: Mrs H Simms
SENCo: Ms C Grant
Albany Avenue
Eccleston Park
Prescot
Merseyside
L34 2QN