Uniform

School Uniform

We have enjoyed excellent co-operation from parents over the years in ensuring that students are smart and tidy when they attend school and adhere to the school's uniform policy. We are anxious to maintain our high standards of dress and appearance and appreciate the continued support of parents.

Required:

Key Stage 3 Students (Years 7, 8 and 9) - Students must wear:

  • A navy polo shirt with the school logo stitched or heat sealed on.
  • A navy v-neck jumper, navy sweatshirt or navy cardigan all with the school logo stitched or heat sealed on.
  • Plain black tailored trousers or a plain black knee length skirt.
  • Sensible plain black shoes.
  • A plain black or brown belt (only if required), with a simple fastening.
  • Sensible plain black shoes (during winter months black boots may be worn with trousers)

 

Key Stage 4 Students (Years 10 and 11) - Students must wear:

  • A plain white shirt or blouse with a collar and the school logo stitched or heat sealed on, or a white polo shirt with the school logo stiched or heat sealed on.
  • A black v-neck jumper, black sweatshirt or black cardigan all with the school logo stiched or heat sealed on.
  • Plain black tailored trousers or a plain black knee length skirt
  • Sensible plain black shoes.
  • A plain black or brown belt (only if required), with a simple fastening.
  • Sensible plain black shoes (during winter months black boots may be worn with trousers)

 

School uniform with embroidered badges can be purchased from Drury Sports (www.drurysports.com) or Boyes in Driffield, or K&A Sales in Bridlington. Badges for sewing on can be purchased from the East Office in school or Horsley & Dawson in Driffield.

Students are not allowed to wear the following items:

  • Shorts of any length or style.
  • Skirts shorter than knee length.
  • Jeans, or denim trousers or denim skirts of any type or colour.
  • Pinstripe, checked or patterned trousers or skirts.
  • Tight Lycra trousers or jean styles (patch pockets, rivets).
  • Trousers that tight below the knee, skinny style trousers.
  • Tight skirts made of stretchy material.
  • Clothing displaying brand names or brand logos.
  • Open toe or backless shoes
  • Fashion shoes including fabric shoes, trainers, pumps, plimsols, backless shoes, open toe shoes, stiletto heeled shoes
  • Fashion, studded or wide belts.
  • 'Hoodies'  or tracksuit style tops.
  • Coloured t-shirts underneath school shirts or school polo shirts.


Hair Colour, Hair Style and Make-up

  • Natural hair colours only are permitted.  Hairstyles must not include extreme colours or styles.  Excessive use of make-up is not allowed.

Jewellery

  • One pair of studs or small sleeper earrings is allowed.  No other body piercing is allowed - this includes the use of retainers
  • One plain ring may be worn on either hand
  • One watch may be worn
  • One discreet necklace may be worn
  • One discreet bracelet on each arm, may be worn

All permitted jewellery must be removed when requested by any member of the school staff as appropriate e.g. during PE, D&T or other lessons and activities where it may pose a health and safety risk.

Indoor Kit:

  • Plain green (standard school green) polo shirt - the current white shirts are to be phased out.
  • Black shorts
  • White or no socks
  • Indoor clean non-marking trainers   


Outdoor Kit:

  • Green and black long sleeved shirt - Available from Drury Sports only.
  • Black shorts
  • Green long socks
  • Boots and outdoor trainers
  • Towel for showers (boys)
  • Navy or black tracksuit bottoms may be worn during winter months for outdoor activities
  • A gum shield and shin pads are strongly recommended   


Swimming Kit:

  • Boys - swimming trunks or shorts (not long) and towel
  • Girls - a one piece swim suit/costume and towel
  • Goggles can be worn if required

 

Outdoor Wear

We ask students to ensure that this is clearly an outdoor coat that will keep them suitably warm and dry.  If students are wearing appropriate school jumpers, cardigans or sweatshirts then there is no need for additional clothing (aside from the outdoor coat).  We also ask that students remove hats and scarves as they enter a building.

 

Y7 & Y8 Dance/Drama Lessons

Removing shoes and socks is a key aspect of the Health and Safety linked directly to this subject. We are aware that some students do not feel comfortable to do this and in these circumstances we ask that they bring a clean pair of indoor trainers with them to change into. With regard to girls sometimes preferring to wear skirts, we ask that they bring something suitable to change into (leggings/tracksuit bottoms/shorts) so that they can take part in the lesson as normal.


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