"And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them."
How have you been a good friend today?
"Love is more important than anything else. It's what ties everything completely together."
How did God show his love for the world?
How do you show your love for others?
What can you do today to show love to other people?
'God said to human beings, "Fill the earth with people and look after it. Care for all that I have made."'
What is our responsibility to care for God's world?
How can I behave responsibly today?
Who relies on me to act responsibly?
"I am the Lord your God. I am holding your hand, so don't be afraid."
How was Jesus courageous?
What helps people to be courageous?
How have you shown courage today?
"It is better to be honest and poor than dishonest and rich."
Why is it important to be honest?
"Try to earn the respect of others."
Romans 12:17, paraphrase
Who do you respect and why?
What sort of behaviour earns respect?
What do you do to show you respect someone?
Our school colours are blue, white and grey. We have a school uniform for a variety of reasons. These include giving the children a sense of pride in their school, giving a school identity and a sense of belonging and membership. We want our pupils to be smart ambassadors for the schools when they are out and about in the community. You can view our full Uniform Policy on our Policies Page
Most items of our uniform can be sourced from high street suppliers (not uniform with the St Martin’s logo). Alternatively logo printed items, specific to our schools, can be obtained from:
Mapac: Click here for Infants and Click here for Juniors (There is a delivery charge of £3.95 for orders less than £50. Delivery is free on orders of £50 and above. Alternatively, it can be delivered to the school free of charge).
Marks and Spencer Delivery charges (for which the school receives 10% commission) is £3.50 (free for orders over £30) and orders are delivered to your home address. In addition there is no delivery charge for returns.
School ties are available from the office at £4.30 each.
Please ensure that each item of clothing is clearly labelled with your child's first and last name. It is also a good idea to add your child's class. This will help us to minimise lost property.
EYFS, Years 1 and 2
- Grey trousers or shorts
- Royal blue or grey skirt or pinafore
- White blouse
- White polo shirt (with school logo preferred)
- Royal blue and white check summer dress or shorts jump suit
- Royal blue cardigan, sweatshirt or jumper (with school logo preferred)
- White ankle or knee length socks
- Grey or black socks (not trainer socks)
- Navy blue, grey or white tights (not to be worn with socks)
Years 3 to 6
As above with the exception that polo shirts are no longer permitted and are replaced by a white shirt and school tie (a white blouse is still permitted).
School ties are available from the school office at £4.30 each.
Sensible dark coloured, flat healed, leather shoes should be worn for normal school hours. Trainers, boots, ballet type shoes, sling-backed heels and open toed shoes are not acceptable. Open-toed shoes are not permitted for safety reasons (as a guide - if they can’t be polished then they are unlikely to be suitable school shoes).
Children in EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2 should have a blue book bag.
All P.E. kit items should be clearly named and kept in a clearly named P.E. bag. Kits may be brought in at the start of the week and taken home at the end of the week to be washed.
- White polo shirt (with logo preferred) or a plain white t-shirt/polo shirt (for sports day, a t-shirt in house colours is requested)
- Black plimsolls (these are not required from Year 3 onwards)
- Trainers in Years 3 to 6 for field use
- Blue shorts
- Jogging suit (preferably royal blue) for outdoor sport in winter
- It is Surrey County Council's policy not to allow earrings to be worn in any P.E. or games session.
- An art shirt or overall is needed for craft activities to be kept in school all week. An old adult shirt is acceptable.
Standard analogue (preferable) or digital watches are permitted.
Plain studs are permitted for pierced ears however children will need to be able to remove these themselves for all P.E. sessions. Ear piercing should only take place at the beginning of the summer holiday to avoid children being excluded from P.E. as a result of new ear piercings.
No other jewellery, including smart watches, is permitted.
Shoulder length or longer hair must be tied up with a blue, grey or white hair band. All hair styles should be appropriate to a primary school environment i.e. without effects like tram lines and Mohicans.
Makeup and nail varnish
These are not permitted.
Religious and cultural customs
The schools will take into consideration religious and cultural customs where parents make a request for a reasonable adjustment to the current school uniform. Such requests must be made in writing for the attention of the Executive Leadership Team who will consider the request.