Dress Code and Equipment

We expect the standard of dress to reflect the high expectations we have in all respects for our pupils. Their uniform is an essential aspect of instilling in our pupils a sense of pride and belonging to our Saint Mary’s family.

Winter (Advent and Lent terms)

  • V-neck School sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo*
  • White polo shirt with school logo*
  • White shirt
  • Grey pinafore, skirt or trousers
  • School tie* (elasticated for infants and traditional for juniors)
  • Grey tights/ grey or white socks
  • Black school shoes

Summer (Pentecost term)

  • V-neck School sweatshirt or cardigan with school logo*
  • White polo shirt with school logo*
  • White shirt
  • Grey pinafore, skirt, shorts or trousers
  • Blue gingham dress may be worn instead
  • School tie* (elasticated for infants and traditional for juniors)
  • Grey or white socks
  • Black school shoes

PE Kit (EYFS / KS1)

  • Blue t-shirt with school logo*
  • Royal blue* or navy shorts
  • PE plimsolls or trainers (velcro)

PE Kit (KS2)

  • Blue t-shirt with school logo*
  • Royal blue* or navy shorts
  • Navy or black tracksuit bottoms or
  • Plain black gym leggings
  • Trainers
  • Swimming costume/shorts and towel (KS2 – to be advised)

Bulldog Fashions

From 1st April 2021, school uniform items with the school logo embroidered on can be purchased from Bulldog Fashions*. The school office will no longer be stocking uniform.

Bulldog Fashions
60 Surrey Street
Glossop
SK13 7AJ

Telephone number: 01457 867090
Email: info@bulldogfashions.co.uk

St Ralph Sherwin Hardship Fund

The St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi Academy Trust, a family of 25 Catholic academies, acknowledges the difficulties faced by many of the families we serve, particularly in light of the adverse effects of the Coronavirus in 2020/21 on the community. With this in mind, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Trust Hardship Fund.

The Hardship Fund is a source of financial help available to all registered full-time students of our academies and intended to help students who are experiencing difficulty through hardship in paying for:

  • Curriculum trips, visits, and residential courses
  • Uniform, shoes, or sports kit
  • Other materials or equipment required for academic studies
  • Attendance at seminars, interviews, or work experience placements
  • Emergency travel expenses

Please see the newsletters section for more information and the application process. The full Hardship Fund policy can be found in Key Information > Policies.