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School Uniform

In accordance with Authority Policy, children at Longridge Primary School are encouraged to wear school uniform.

Ordering of school wear is handled by Pals and Co. Our Parent Group. Orders are taken twice a year and payment is expected with your order.

Parents, staff, pupils and the community were involved in choosing colour schemes and designs. Sweatshirts are navy blue and are worn with pale blue Polo shirts. Our logo is sewn on these. Our Primary 7 pupils wear royal blue sweatshirts and navy blue polo shirts. Skirts and trousers are grey, black or navy blue.

The logo has a navy-blue background with gold stitching. The circular outline encompasses the village and the surrounding area. The logo is divided into three parts and into each of these is stitched one of the following:

  • a Church with a steeple to remind us that the church steeple ( before it was removed for safety reasons ) could been seen from the Firth of Forth by sailing ships , long before the end of the 19th century
  • a miner's lamp depicting the villagers' association with this industry until the mine closures
  • a horseshoe which serves two purposes. Horse drawn coaches travelled through Longridge more than a century ago and quoiting was a popular game in 1886.

These are therefore three historical features.

Our P7 pupils will be allowed to wear a royal blue sweatshirt and navy polo shirt to identify them as senior pupils.

The Nursery Class has a teddy bear logo on royal blue sweatshirt with 'Longridge Nursery Class'. Polo shirts have the same logo and are pale blue

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