Ofsted, March 2024: “This is a school where pupils learn to be themselves, to respect difference and to speak out when they see injustice….Pupils respond to the school’s high expectations for their academic outcomes….Pupils’ excellent behaviour means that staff can focus on the joy of teaching.” Ofsted, March 2024.


Our children are very proud of their uniform, most of which is widely available at high street stores. 

The official school jumper/cardigan and PE top can be purchased from Whittakers (London Street, Southport or online) & also UK Company Clothing (Bechers Business Park, Heysham Road, Aintree, L30 6UZ). The school sun hat and book bags can be purchased from the school office or, for children starting in Reception, at your child's September visit with their teacher.

You can find the Whittakers St Luke's page here
Our PTA, Friends of St Luke's School (FOSLS) provides the children with a new hat at the start of Y3 (pale blue) and Y5 (yellow).

•    Navy joggers, pale blue polo shirt, sweatshirt material cardigan or sweatshirt with the school crest, trainers with velcro fastening - any colour, school sunhat. In the Summer term, from April onwards
     children can wear navy shorts with grey, navy or white socks.

•    grey trousers (long or shorts) with grey socks or navy blue skirt, pinafore or culottes, with white or navy blue socks or navy blue tights
•    pale blue polo shirt (preferably with school crest) and official badged school jumper / cardigan
(these can be replaced with a pale blue and white school dress / playsuit in summer)
•    black flat shoes or plain all-black trainers (until children can tie their own laces, they should wear velcro fastening shoes)  or blue, black or white flat sandals 
(plain all-white trainers may be worn in summer)
•    St Luke's sun cap
Y1-Y6 PE:
Dance/Gymnastics/Summer Games (to be worn into school on PE days - see class pages)
•    Navy blue shorts or plain navy tracksuit
•    White T-shirt, preferably with school crest
•    Trainers (until children can tie their own laces, they should wear velcro fastening trainers)
Swimming (Y3-Y6, see class pages for the term each class goes swimming)
•    Towel
•    Swimming cap
•    Trunks, not shorts or one-piece swimsuit
Jewellery, with the exception of stud earrings, is not allowed.

Watches may be worn if children can tell, or are learning to tell, the time.   Watches and stud earrings must be removed before PE and remain the child’s responsibility.  Nail varnish and transfer tattoos are not allowed.

Hair longer than collar-length must be kept tied back at all times with a blue/white bobble or scrunchie.  A plain navy headband may be worn.


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to learn, to succeed, to value one another

Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. A value is a belief or principle that guides our thinking and behaviour. Our values underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils to be happy and confident and to to take an active role in their community and the wider world.

Each year group has adopted one of our Christian values: Kindness, Forgiveness, Courage, Thankfulness, Hope, Faithfulness and Respect. Our over-arching Christian Value is Love. Throughout the year children are helped to explore, have opportunities to practise and then given time to reflect on what each of our Christian values means to them.


St Luke's CE Primary School

Jubilee Road, Formby, Merseyside, L37 2HW

Mrs L Carrigan | Bursar

01704 872692

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