St Ambrose Catholic Primary School

Grow through the love of Jesus


We think our children look great in their school uniforms. We think they feel a sense of belonging when they wear them. All children are expected to wear school uniform. 

School uniform can now be purchased from from Davensport, Davenport  or Stockport branch and online or Monkhouse at their Cheadle Hulme and online or  from MY CLOTHING online.


You can order online from Davensport. They have the whole range of embroidered products and other products without the logo.


Monkhouse is now open for purchasing of uniform and booking appointments - click here for details

You can order online from Monkhouse and use their click & collect service.  Orders will be delivered to school for collection once a week.

They have the whole range of jumpers, cardigans, coats and book bags available with the school logo on it.

Please find below the following links –


  • Resources – Please follow this link for downloadable mailings to share with your parents regarding our summer operational plans.
  • Top Tips – A parent page detailing our top tips for their uniform shopping experience.
  • New Starter Hub – This link will lead parents directly to our New Starter Hub on the website, including the appointment booking page.


My Clothing

For every item purchased, My Clothing will donate 5% to our school.

You can either search by school (St Ambrose Catholic Primary) or by postcode SK3 8LQ.

Girls: Grey pinafore/skirt/trousers, white shirt/polo shirt, blue sweatshirt or cardigan.

Boys: Grey shorts/trousers, white shirt/polo shirt, blue sweatshirt.

P.E. Kit: White t-shirt and black shorts, or underwear. Pumps are not required for indoor P.E.

School fleeces are also available, but these are for outdoor use only.

When trousers are worn they should be school uniform trousers.

All items of clothing and footwear should be clearly marked with childrens’ names so that lost items can be returned.

Staff do not have time to look for misplaced un-named items!

Parents should note that the school does not accept responsibility for the loss of, or damage to, personal property whilst on or left at the school premises.

Trainers are not allowed to be worn in school as they are very bad for children’s developing feet.

It is recommended that long hair is tied back to avoid head lice infestation.  The boys should not have tram lines or other shapes cut into their hair.