St Francis Catholic Primary School has chosen the family-run business Deco Schoolwear to supply their school uniform.  Parents have the option to order clothes in two easy ways: online, or by telephone order.

You can also get in touch with them via email:

Following a survey of parents there is an overwhelming agreement with the following school uniform policy. The policy at St. Francis School is that all children should wear school uniform. It is understood that parents who send their children to the school will fully support this policy.


Footwear: Shoes should be brown or black and should not have deep heels (more than one inch) Boots are not appropriate.Trainers are preferable for outdoor P.E.Sandals with open toes at school are dangerous and should not be worn.

Please note that the uniform does not include boots i.e. footwear reaching above the ankle.

dressesItems of uniform can be purchased from Kidzone at 3 Burton Street. British Home Stores and Marks and Spencer sometimes stock brown uniform. Items can also be ordered through Marks and Spencers catalogue.  Items are also available via the School's stock of good quality seconds.

All children must wear the correct kit for games and P.E.

Occasionally, for gymnastics and dance, children may perform in bare feet. Normally plimsolls will be worn inside and trainers or football boots outside. Trainers may not be worn for indoor P.E. Stud ear-rings and watches should be removed for all P.E. lessons. Track suits are suggested for winter outdoor PE, these need to be plain (no logos) and no bright colours please.

Children start attending swimming lessons in Year 3. Girls should wear a one-piece costume and tie back long hair or wear a swimming cap. Boys should wear swimming trunks – bermuda shorts are unacceptable.

The wearing of goggles can only occur if a letter is provided by parents, stating the medical reason for their necessity.