St. Thomas' has a strong reputation for the smart appearance of the children. We promote the importance of personal presentation as part of education for life.
We strongly recommend that Reception children have short-sleeved white shirts/blouses. We also recommend that girls wear elasticated skirts (not pinafores) as it is difficult for them to undress and dress for P.E. lessons. ALL ITEMS OF CLOTHING MUST BE LABELLED WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME
BOY’S - WINTER
Dark grey trousers – long or short, grey socks, white shirt, red tie, all generally available. Navy pullover with red trim, available from Premier Sports, Ormskirk. Dark coloured shoes (not trainers).
BOY’S – SUMMER
White polo shirt with school logo (available from Premier Sports, Ormskirk). Dark coloured shoes (not trainers). White or navy cap or sunhat.
GIRL’S – WINTER
Dark grey skirt, pinafore dress or tailored trousers, white socks or grey tights, white blouse, red tie, all generally available. Navy pullover or cardigan with red trim, available from Premier Sports, Ormskirk. Dark coloured shoes (not trainers).
GIRL’S - SUMMER
Pale blue gingham dress, navy cardigan with red trim or pullover as above, white socks. White or navy cap or sunhat.
Navy school coat with school badge available from Premier Sports, Ormskirk (optional) or sensible school coat (no hoodies). Waterproof and no logo.
Dark shoes (no sandals) must be worn. Trainers and boots are not acceptable footwear for everyday use in the classroom.
Children with hair reaching shoulder length must tie it back with a band in school colours.
White t-shirt with school logo (available from Premier Sports, Ormskirk), navy shorts, black pumps, all kept in a drawstring bag with the child’s name clearly visible on the outside of the bag.
GAMES KIT - JUNIORS
Navy sweatshirt (available from Premier Sports, Ormskirk), jogging bottoms, black or white trainers.
Plain navy blue or with school logo on, available from Premier Sports, Ormskirk.
No jewellery should be worn in school, except for a wristwatch from Year 2 upwards, which must be removed before any physical education activity. No earrings – we ask if you wish to get your child’s ears pierced, you do so at the start of the summer holidays so they can be removed in September for school.