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ACE Clothing is open Mon – Fri 9.30am – 5pm

We are open August Bank Holiday Monday from 10am - 2pm

We will be open on the following Saturdays from 10am - 4pm

In July – 24th and 31st
In August - 7th , 14th, 21st & 28th
In September – 4th,11th, 28th & 25th

Please note last admission is 30 minutes before closing time

Nursery & Reception Uniform

School Address and Website

Rosary Primary School, 238 Haverstock Hill, London, NW3 2AE
Tel: 020 7794 6292

Ace offers a FREE delivery service to the school on Tuesdays during term-time. Alternatively you can collect from Ace's shop in Wembley. In either case parents will be notified when items are ready for collection. Price lists for Ace Clothing are available from the School Office.

Rosary Uniform Policy

  • Navy skirt, pinafore or uniform trousers
  • White shirt (not Air-tex)
  • School tie (available from school)
  • V-necked navy jumper or cardigan
  • Sensible flat, black shoes
  • White socks
  • Navy blazer (optional)
  • Blue and white checked or striped dress (Summer Term)

  • Grey school trousers (not cords)
  • White shirt (not Air-tex)
  • School tie (available from school)
  • V-necked navy jumper or cardigan
  • Sensible flat black shoes
  • Grey socks
  • Navy blazer (optional)
  • Grey shorts (Summer Term)

    PE Kit:
  • Black or blue shorts (not cycling)
  • White T-shirt or Yellow Rosary Polo shirt (available from school)
  • Simple black or white plimsolls for indoor activities
  • Simple trainers for outdoor activities
  • Rosary sweat shirt and jogging bottoms (available from school)
  • Blue or black swimming costume/trunks (not swim shorts)

  • Absolutely no jewellery is allowed other than a single small stud earring in each ear.

  • Hairstyles of an extreme nature are not acceptable. Long hair should be tied back with a plain band or ribbon. (Navy, black or white.)

  • All children are expected to have a book bag to bring their books to and from school.
  • Junior children are expected to bring their own pencil case with the following contents: Pencils (including spares), ruler, rubber, glue stick. one highlighter, colouring pencils, felt tips, handwriting pen (if they have a pen licence).
  • Children in the juniors are given a homework diary at the start of each year which should be in school every day.