Our School Uniform:
Purple school logo jumper (purple with black trim and school logo)
We now have a Purple school logo cardigan option for girls also.
*Optional purple blazer for year five and six pupils
White shirt (long or short sleeved) with a school tie.
Boys: Black trousers or black tailored shorts
Girls: School skirt (purple and black plaid)
Black shoes with Black socks (or black tights for girls).
*Please note that black trainers are not acceptable at shoes.
If hair is longer than shoulder length this should be tied back with small plain bobbles (colours of black, white or purple) Large fashion bows and accessories are not permitted.
For girls, during summer months, we have a purple check dress. White ankle socks may also be worn.
This is a very smart uniform to show that our children are rightly proud to be part of St. Mary Magdalene’s School and we are certainly proud of them.
The school Uniform can be purchased from:
Bank House, Harris Court, Wellgate, Clitheroe, BB7 2DP
Tel: 01200 443733
White t-shirt, black Shorts, black Plimsoles.
*For years 3,4,5 & 6 outdoor trainers will be required for outdoor PE/Games use on the yard/playing fields. Dark coloured sweatpants/sportswear tops may be worn over PE uniform for KS2 outdoor PE lessons during the colder months.
Please note that trainers are no longer required for the MUGA at break or Lunchtimes.
Information about the School Logo:-
The school uniform logo details the symbol for Saint Mary Magdalene.
It is a shield, with the primary colours being;-
Purple: The colour of sadness and repentance.
Black: The colour that reminds us that Saint Mary Magdalene was present at the crucifixion of Our Lord.
Gold and White – These remind us of joy and repentance.
The teardrops remind us that Saint Mary Magdalene washed our Lord’s feet with her tears and wiped His feet with her hair.
The jar of ointment tells us, according to tradition, that Saint Mary Magdalene anointed the feet of Our Lord with sweet smelling oil in preparation for his death.
Children are allowed to wear one pair of stud earrings and a wrist watch which must be removed for P.E. and games. If pupils are unable to remove their own earrings please can parents ensure that they take them out on the mornings when their child has P.E. This is a health and safety requirement.
Please note covering earrings with plasters is not acceptable.