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Uniform

NEW UNIFORM FROM SEPTEMBER 2016

 

 

 

 

  

It is our aim that students should develop a sense of pride in their work, behaviour and dress. Therefore, a high standard of personal appearance is expected of all students: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Uniform (Years 7-11)

 Blazer

Black with school badge (purchased from Pope and Smith)

Trousers
              

Black, plain, smart, tailored (no denim or leggings)

 Shirt
                    

White, in a style that allows a tie to be worn (the top button should be fastened)

 School tie
             

Traditional school tie (purchased from Pope and Smith)

 Socks
                  

Black or white (no longer than knee length)

Footwear
             

Smart formal black shoes – backless, high heels, boots, trainers or canvas shoes (or anything resembling these styles) are not permitted

Tights
                  

Plain, flesh-coloured or black with no patterns

Skirt
                    

Purchased only from Pope and Smith.  All skirts should be worn at least an inch below the bottom of the knee

Sweater
               

Black v-neck with school crest – Purchased from school office.  No hoodies
Outdoor coats
      

Black or dark coloured without logos and long enough to cover the blazer.  Non front-opening top coats, with or without a hood, whereby the school tie cannot be seen, are not acceptable; neither are denim, leather or hoodies.

 

Jewellery
             

If it has to be worn, it is limited to one small plain ring and a maximum of one small plain gold or silver stud earring per ear lobe. 

No other jewellery or piercings (including facial piercings, tongue studs or bars) are permitted.  Jewellery items which break the school rules will be confiscated until the end of the half term.

Nail varnish or false nails must not be worn to school.

Girls in Years 7-9 should not wear make-up and in Years 10-11 it should be very discreet.

 

Hairstyles             

No extreme styles, fashion colours or hair patterns (e.g. tramlines).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Games and PE Kit

Boys

Girls

Sports College black shorts

Sports College black skort or shorts

Sports College white polo shirt

Sports College white polo-shirt

Sports College rugby shirt

(with reversible house colour band and badge)

Sports College black fleece

These items must be purchased from Pope and Smith, Chelmsford

 

 

Additional items required

Boys

Girls

Trainers

Trainers

White ankle socks

White ankle socks

Plain black swimming trunks

Plain black swimming costume  (one piece)

Plain black football socks

Plain black football socks

Football boots

Football or hockey boots

Shin pads / mouth guard

Shin pads / mouth guard

Towel

Towel

Plain black tracksuit bottoms (school team players only)

Plain black tracksuit bottoms

  Outdoor shoes

Optional items for boys and girls

Sports College coat

 

Sports College splash jacket (wet top)

 

Sports College bag

 

 

 

 

Pope and Smith (Chelmsford) Limited, School Uniform Suppliers,
207-208 Moulsham Street, Chelmsford (telephone 01245 262481).

 

We advise parents to purchase shin pads and mouth guards for both boys and girls.  For safety reasons students who do not wear shin pads will not be able to take part in certain activities.  There may be additional items should your son/daughter make school team selection.

Thermal leggings are only permitted in a competitive match and not for curriculum lessons/training.  During winter months long sleeved thermal tops can be worn in either plain black or white, appropriate to the activity.

All students carry a Responsibilities and Expectations CardIf the uniform or PE kit is incorrect, a member of staff will mark the card. Six marks for any reason or a missing card will result in an after school detention.

PE kit should be in lockers except when needed.  If taken to other lessons, it is the student’s responsibility to look after it.

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** ALL ITEMS SHOULD BE MARKED WITH THE STUDENT’S NAME AND TUTOR GROUP **

 

Footwear

We are grateful to parents for supporting the school in its efforts to ensure that uniform is of a high standard.

We appreciate that footwear can be an issue, particularly in bad weather. We would recommend that in wet or extremely cold weather students wear suitable footwear and change into their school shoes immediately on arrival.
Their outdoor shoes can then be stored in their lockers until the end of the day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Science/Design and Technology/Food Technology Kit

Aprons and goggles must be worn and are provided by the school.

6th Form Dress Code

Sixth Form students should dress appropriately for a public workplace, bearing in mind they are studying within the context of an 11-18 school environment. The dress code is ‘smart casual’ and the minimum standards expected are no ripped/torn jeans; no low cut/revealing tops; no beachwear/flip flops; no shorts or mini skirts; no undergarments showing; no offensive logos/slogans. Jewellery should be kept to a minimum and with no piercings in the top of the ear, nose, lip or anywhere else.  Hair colour should be ‘natural.’ No excessive make up.

 

 

 

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