School Uniform

Here is a link to the Community School Clothing Scheme. The website offers pre-owned school clothes which are free. https://www.communityschoolclothingscheme.org/free-generic-school-uniform

Uniform is an extremely important part of our school. Please ensure your child/children are in full uniform.

There is no requirement for your children to wear branded uniform.  Lots of supermarkets and high street shops stock Marton Manor uniform colours.  We also have a stock of pre-loved uniform in school.  Please contact Mrs Hallet for information.

Affordable Uniform Pledge

The Three Commitments

  1. We will carry out a review of the cost of our school uniform, and publish the outcome on our school website.
  2. We will make sure non-branded generic clothing accounts for at least three quarters of all the uniform items a child needs.
  3. The total cost of all the required branded clothing for any child will not exceed £40.

We at Marton Manor Primary School support the Council’s drive to make Middlesbrough a town where every school has an affordable uniform, and no family will face financial hardship through purchasing the correct uniform. We are pleased to sign the pledge and will honour the four commitments.

Uniform Information

UniformDetails
Main Uniform:
Year 1-6 
Black or grey trousers (no leggings or jeans) , skirt or pinafore or royal blue tartan pinafore/skirt (available from Lollipops clothing outlet Norfolk Shops Middlesbrough).

Winter UniformAutumn & Spring Terms:
White shirt
Blue & gold striped school tie
Royal blue jumper or cardigan

Summer uniform-From Easter Term
Summer dress (blue check) during the summer term (optional)
White polo shirt (with or without school logo)
Grey knee length shorts or culottes (no cycling shorts)
Plain socks/tights – black, grey, blue or white
Footwear Black shoes or plain black trainers
Footwear not allowed – fashion boots or UGG style boots, knee high boots or heels
All children need a labelled pair of wellies to be left in school.
Early Years Uniform (Nursery & Reception)
Royal blue sweat shirt jumper/cardigan with royal blue or navy jogging bottoms or leggings.    White polo shirt. Black shoes/trainers.   
PE Kit P.E. kit is to be worn on PE days only-class teachers will let parents know when each class needs to wear their PE kit. 
Yellow T-shirt             Royal blue shorts
Blue/black tracksuit
Trainers
Royal blue or black hooded top-only to be worn as part of the PE kit.
The PE uniform is part of the uniform policy.  Fashion tracksuits and patterned clothing are not part of the uniform and should not be worn.
Jewellery, Hair and Make-upNo jewellery, make-up or nail varnish should be worn for school.
Hair accessories, bobbles, slides and bows should be in the school colours.
There should be no shapes/lines/patterns shaved into hair.
Personal belongingsThe children should not bring any toys or trinkets to school.  Pencil cases should also be small enough to fit in the children’s trays.
All children are provided with a school book bag when they start at Marton Manor; we have no room to store large rucksacks fom home.

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