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Why is our school uniform important?

School uniform plays a key role in promoting pride, self-confidence, and a feeling of belonging within the student body.  These factors contribute to students’ well-being, removing the additional pressure of deciding what to wear and added stress of meeting peer expectations.

The current unique animal print dresses, blouses, and shirts, worn by students from Reception to Year 4 has been the school uniform since the mid 1990s.  The children at the time drew the animals which in turn became the print used for the dresses, shirts, blouses, and art aprons.

The children in Years 5 and 6 are distinguished by their white shirts with school logo on the breast pocket.  Normal navy skirts and trousers are work with this.

It is a testament to how the school values its history that these images remain a key part of the St. Andrew’s school uniform some 30 years later.

The Ks1, Lower Key Stage 2 And Upper Key Stage 2 Uniforms

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