School Uniform

All items of uniform are required, they are not optional.

St Anne’s School Uniform comprises of:


September – Easter

White shirt/blouse, with school tie 

Dark grey trousers

School sweatshirt (with logo)

Dark grey socks & black, sensible shoes

Navy Skirt/ pinafore 

School sweatshirt/cardigan (with logo)

Navy, knee length socks/ navy tights


Easter – July

White polo shirt (logo available) or White short sleeved shirt and school tie may still be worn. 

Dark grey trousers OR shorts

School sweatshirt (with logo)

Dark grey socks & black, sensible shoes

Navy Skirt/ pinafore 

White socks

Navy blue and white gingham dresses can be worn during the summer term

NB: Our Y6 children wear a burgundy sweatshirt (with logo)

EYFS and Nursery children may wear a polo shirt & jumper/cardigan (rather than a shirt & tie) for ease/comfort, and we find that elasticated-waist trousers help with independence for toileting.

All children must wear black sensible shoes (Please note trainers and many designs of ‘fashion’ shoes are not suitable for day-to-day wear in school)

We also ask parents to provide a PE kit which should include:

Navy shorts

White T-shirt – with short, navy blue sleeves and school logo

Black Pumps

Please note our emphasis on the need for a change of footwear from everyday use in school, to pumps for outdoor use on the playground or field. This is important for hygiene and helps to keep the school building clean.

Most P.E. work in the hall is undertaken in bare feet as recommended by the L.A.

Sweatshirts and cardigans with the school logo on are available to order each year from our suppliers JayMax 91-93 Church Street, St Helens WA10 1AJ or Rocket Embroidery Unit 14 Gerards Park College Street, St Helens WA10 1FZ

School ties can be purchased from the office during the year.

Book bags and PE bags may also be purchased from the office throughout the year.

Jewellery is not to be worn in school. Governors follow National Guidelines in this matter and consider earrings and other items of jewellery highly dangerous. Children will be asked to remove earrings. The school cannot accept responsibility for the loss or damage of items of jewellery and watches. Long hair must be tied back in school for reasons of health and hygiene. Hair accessories should be appropriate and in keeping with the school colours.

St Anne's Catholic Primary School
Monastery Lane, Sutton, St Helens Merseyside WA9 3SP