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SCHOOL UNIFORM 2018 - 2019

School Uniform requirements.

Dear Parent/Carer

'One Community Many Gifts'

We want to show that we are one community in St Paul's.

For this reason I ask for your support with the school uniform for next term.  We have very high expectations for your son/daughter in terms of their behaviour, commitment, participation, homework and progress.

We also wish to maintain a high standard of dress code.


·         Promotes equality between pupils

·         Builds self-esteem

·         Improves security

·         Creates a good image of St Paul's

·         Improves Ethos which in turn creates a sense of belonging

·         Promotes positive behaviour

All jumpers, skirts, trousers, shoes are black and this should help reduce the cost. 

Blazers are available to order in June through the school by all S4, S5 and S6 pupils, and can also be bought from the school wear shop.  School sweatshirts can also be bought from the school wear shop, 1-3 Meadowside, Dundee, DD1 1LW

Please support our school by wearing full school uniform

Thank you for your support.

Mrs T Little

THE SCHOOL WEAR SHOP, 1-3 MEADOWSIDE, DUNDEE DD1 1LW             TEL:  01382 200926




  1. Black shirt (knee length) or dress trousers (not skinny jeans/combat trousers or leggings)
  2. White shirt
  3. School tie
  4. School v-neck sweatshirt with St. Paul's badge or plain black cardigan or v-neck sweatshirt
  5. Black shoes (no trainers, no biker, no cat or fashion boots)



  1. Black skirt (knee length) or dress trousers (not skinny jeans/combat trousers or leggings)
  2. White shirt
  3. School tie or Senior school tie
  4. School blazer - with green binding and badge
  5. Plain black cardigan or v-neck sweatshirt
  6. Black shoes (no trainers, no biker, no cat or fashion boots)



​​The PE kit is available from the school wear shop and is dri-fit material.  The colours are the same for boys and girls, black shorts, t-shirt with green and white piping.


  • ​No denim jackets

  • No skinny jeans

  • No combat trousers

  • No leggings

  • No trainers

  • ​No biker, cat or fashion boots


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