Why we have a school uniform
We believe that the wearing of uniform encourages children to have a sense of belonging and of being part of a community. It is an outward expression of the school’s identity and promotes a feeling of pride and equality. In addition, we believe that the wearing of a ‘uniform’, helps children understand that they come to school, a place to work and learn together.
Ensures that children wear clothing to school which is safe and practical
Promotes pride in their school and a sense of identity
Promotes St Anne's as a Learning Community
Promotes the image of the school within the local area and the town
Eliminates competition amongst children in relation to what they wear
We also ensure that the uniform is simple and reasonably priced.
School uniform must be worn at all times and all items must be named.
Grey Skirt/Pinafore/Summer optional pink/white gingham dress
School Sweatshirt, Cardigan (Maroon)
White shirt and school tie
Black School Shoes (no Sling backs, sandals or high heals)
Black/White/Grey socks or maroon tights
House Colour T Shirt (available from School Office) for Reception to Year 6
Nursery - White T Shirt
Black Tracksuit with school logo (available from Crested Schoolwear, Uniform Shop)
Black Shorts (Summer)
Uniform available from Crested Schoolwear,
35-36 Gaolgate Street, Stafford, ST16 2NT