St Anthony's Primary
Rutherglen

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Uniform Policy

We ask all parents/carers to support the school by encouraging your child(ren) to adhere to the agreed dress code and the wearing of our school uniform.  The wearing of a school uniform helps promote the identity of the school in the local community and helps create an ethos of sharing and pride in the school.

In addition, the wearing of a uniform helps towards increasing the protection of all pupils.  The wearing of a uniform helps staff and the pupils to distinguish between who belongs to the school and those who may be visitors.  This enables staff to approach and identify visitors more readily and helps in trying to offer a safer environment for pupils and teachers alike.

St Anthony’s Primary School uniform is :-

  • white shirt/blouse, school tie

  • brown skirt/trousers

  • brown v-neck/cardigan

  • brown blazer, school badge

  • brown shoes

                                              

Trutex in Glasgow (across from BHS, behind Argyle St Station) stock our uniform.

The dress for PE is :                

Yellow polo shirt, yellow or dark shorts and soft shoes

No child should be taking part in a PE lesson wearing shoes that he/she has worn to school.  In the interest of hygiene and safety, children should change into soft shoes inside the building.

Parents are requested to mark all school clothes clearly with your child’s name for easy identification.

The children also require a change of clothing on outdoor learning days.  This is recommended as a pair of jogging bottoms or leggings and a warm jumper.  Most children wear their school polo shirt underneath.  Wellies are also required for these sessions.  We have a wellie rack in school and many children leave a pair of wellies throughout the year.

The children also require a change of clothing on outdoor learning days.  This is recommended as a pair of jogging bottoms or leggings and a warm jumper.  Most children wear their school polo shirt underneath.  Wellies are also required for these sessions.  We have a wellie rack in school and many children leave a pair of wellies throughout the year.