Inspiring Education, Inspiring Lives!

 

The majority of uniform is marked with the school logo and is of a specific style and colour.  This applies to the blazers, sweaters, trousers and skirts.  We therefore strongly advise these items should be obtained only from listed suppliers who have gone to great lengths to source garments of durable quality and which are very competitively priced.  Items such as white shirts can be obtained from other sources. 

Girls

 

Boys

School Uniform

PE Kit

 

School Uniform

PE Kit

Fitted black blazer with school logo

White shirt

Pleated/plain mid-grey skirt* or

Plain mid-grey trousers

Years 7, 8                     Lower school tie

Years 9, 10, 11             Upper school tie           

Socks - black, white or grey      

Tights - grey, black or natural colour only

Flat black polishable shoes (no boots or trainers and nothing with a branded logo showing)

PE T-shirt with school logo

Black PE skort or shorts

Purple knee length PE socks

Also required are swimsuit, trainers, football boots, shin guards and a gum shield

 

 

Black blazer with school logo

White Shirt

Flat/Pleated front mid-grey trousers

Years 7, 8                     Lower school tie

Years 9, 10, 11             Upper school tie

Socks - black, white or grey

School type polishable black shoes (no boots or trainers and nothing with a branded logo showing)

 

Rugby/football top

PE T-shirt with logo

Black PE shorts

Black with white top PE socks

Also required are swimming trunks, trainers, football boots, shin guards and a gum shield

 

Optional Items:

Cardigan, grey with school logo

Unisex sweater, grey with school logo

Unisex slipover, grey with school logo

Optional Items:

Training top with school logo

Black Leggings (no logos/brands)

 

Optional Items:

Unisex sweater, grey with school logo

Unisex slipover, grey with school logo

Optional Items:

Training top with school logo

NB.  Both skirt and trousers should be of cotton, cotton/polyester, cotton/viscose material and not a stretchy material, such as Lycra

*Skirts must not be more than 2” above the knee

 

NB.  Both skirt and trousers should be of cotton, cotton/polyester, cotton/viscose material and not a stretchy material, such as Lycra

 

 

** IT IS ADVISED THAT ALL CLOTHING AND PROPERTY IS CLEARLY NAMED **

If lost items are named it means they can be easily returned to students.

The school cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to clothing/ uniform of individual pupils.

 

OBTAINING THE UNIFORM

BRISTOWS SPORTS AND LEISURE

157 Victoria Road,

Bridgnorth WV16 4LL

 

Tel: 01746 761701

Email: bsleisure@aol.com 

Website: www.schoolwearfactory.co.uk

RON FLOWER SPORTS

28 Queen Street,

Wolverhampton WV1 3JW

 

Tel: 01902 429490

Email:  sales@ronflowerssports.com    

Website: www.ronflowerssports.com

STITCHES OF BRIDGNORTH

Roshan House,

Hollybush Road,

Bridgnorth, WV16 4AY

Tel: 01746 761177

Email: info@stitchesofbridgnorth.co.uk   

Website: www.stitchesofbridgnorth.co.uk

 

OUTDOOR CLOTHING

A black or grey waterproof coat/jacket may be worn to and from school and, if wished, crossing the road between East and West sites (but not to be worn indoors).  Sweatshirts, hoodies or other such tops are not classed as outdoor wear and should not be worn to school.

TECHNOLOGY

For Food Technology, a cotton apron with front pocket is required.

PERFORMING ARTS

Pupils are not required to change for Performing Arts but a spare pair of socks is recommended.

 

THREE IMPORTANT SUPPLEMENTARY POINTS ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Hair:                 ‘Grade One’ haircuts or other extreme cuts and unnatural hair colours are unacceptable.  Should this be the case, parents/guardians will be contacted as this is not an acceptable appearance to be allowed in school or the classroom.

Jewellery:        Years 7-11: a maximum of one stud or small earring in each ear.  No other facial piercings or different types of piercings are allowed.  Should this occur students will be asked to remove the piercing whilst in school.  There are separate rules for the Sixth Form.

Make-up:          This is not allowed in Years 7, 8 and 9.  Older girls may use it modestly.  Nail Varnish should be of a clear or pale colour but no nail extensions, acrylic or shellac varnish are permitted. False nails are also not permitted.  Students may be asked to remove any inappropriate colours. 

 

SIXTH FORM UNIFORM (YEARS 12, 13)

Sixth Formers are not expected to wear uniform, but should attend school in clothing that is of a smart/ business appearance.