School uniform

The school has a strong reputation for the smart appearance of the children. We promote the importance of personal presentation as part of learning for life.

The uniform is listed below:

Bottle green sweatshirt or cardigan with the school “train” logo.
Emerald green polo shirt with the school “train” logo.
Grey skirt or trousers. Black shoes.

P.E. T-shirt plain white and black shorts
A school baseball cap, with the school logo is available from school which is very useful in the summer months.
Book bags with school logo are also available from school.

It is very important that each garment is clearly marked with the child’s name.

Stockists

Busybee Clothing, next to Earlestown Railway Station, Queen Street, N-l-W WA12 9AS
Whittakers Uniform Shop, Bridge Street, St Helens (opp. Post Office)
Sportsline, Ashton-in-Makerfield http://www.sportslineuk.co.uk/schooluniform
Tesco online http://www.ff-ues.com

In the summer, pupils may wear a green and white striped or gingham school dress or grey shorts.
Shoes must be flat and suitable for school. Trainers are not allowed.

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Latest News

Take a look at our latest news posts below

Year 6 Leavers Assembly 2019

On Wednesday our Year 6 Children attended the Liverpool Diocese Cathedral for the Leavers Service. It was a lovely service; all about putting our trust in God to be there for us as we make the transition to high school. We were also incredibly lucky to see...

Church School Values Award 2018/2019

On Monday 10th June 2019 - I was very proud to receive this award with Reverend Val from St John the Baptist from Archdeacon Rodger from Liverpool Diocese. This award enables churches and schools to further develop the excellent work they have produced in...

Year 6S Spring 2

Spring 2 Year 6S Our Y6 journey continues… After our half-term’s research project on William Shakespeare, we gave presentation to the rest of the class. We also memorised part of The Witches’ Chant from Macbeth, which was a real challenge. We have written...

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