Community Primary School (2-11 years)

Welcome to
St Mark's
Primary School

We are a successful and aspirational school where pupils from all backgrounds achieve strong results in a stimulating and safe environment.

Committed to Excellence

School Uniform

All pupils are encouraged to take pride in their appearance and to gain a sense of identity and belonging by wearing our school uniform.

Our school uniform is:

  •  Sky blue polo shirt* or sky blue school shirt
  • Royal blue sweatshirt* or cardigan*
  • Black trousers or shorts (no legging, tracksuit bottoms only allowed in Nursery)
  • Black skirt or pinafore dress (knee length)
  • School tie* (for pupils in Years 3-6)
  • Royal blue or black hijab
  • Royal blue sunhat* or plain cap (no logos)
  • Plain black trainers or school shoes (lace-ups only for pupils who can tie their own laces) (no boots)
  • Black or white socks or tights
  • Blue rucksack*
  • Blue book bag*

P.E kit:

  • Sky blue t-shirt*
  • Black shorts*
  • Black jogging bottoms
  • Black plimsolls or trainers (lace-ups only for pupils who can tie their own laces)
  • Blue drawstring PE bag*

*These items can be purchased from school during office hours (8:55am to 3:30pm).  They can also be purchased using our order form.  Click here to download the order form.

Please note:

  • All items should be clearly marked with your child’s name.
  • All uniform should be in good condition - no holes or rips. Parents must ensure their children look presentable, clean and tidy at all times.
  • No jewellery should be worn except for small plain stud earrings.
  • Plain watches are allowed for all pupils.
  • No make-up, nail-varnish, tattoo transfers, dyed hair or hair designs, such as ‘Nike Ticks’ should be worn to school.  Shoulder length hair should be tied back.
  • No jewellery to be worn on PE or swimming days.
  • Any unnamed items of clothing left in school will be recycled in a clothes bank.
  • The school takes no responsibility for the loss of jewellery or any other personal items which should not be brought to school