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Uniform – September 2017

Pride in one’s personal appearance is very important both now and in the future. It is expected that students will be smartly dressed at all times; shoes are clean; hair is natural in colour and jewellery may not be worn, other than a single stud per pierced ear; no other studs may be worn, make up should be minimal.

Years 8 – 11
From September 2017 all students in Years 8 to 11 will wear winter uniform (details below) from 4th September 2017. Students in these year groups will then be allowed to wear their optional summer uniform from May 2018 (date to be confirmed).

Year 7
Incoming Year 7 students will be expected to wear the ‘winter uniform’ throughout the academic year. Therefore, parents will not be required to purchase the embroidered polo shirt.

Uniform can be purchased direct from our supplier , Price and Buckland, using their online shop

http://www.pbparentsonline.co.uk/sirwilliamromney

Click here for uniform ordering instructions

Winter Uniform

Embroidered knitted sweater

White collared tie shirt

School tie with crest

Skirt in grey or trousers in black

Plain black shoes (low heeled) or trainers (plain black with no markings)

White, black or grey socks or tights

Summer Uniform

Embroidered polo shirt with stripe on collar and cuff

Embroidered knitted sweater

Skirt in grey or trousers in black

Plain black shoes (low heeled) or trainers (plain black with no markings)

White, black or grey socks or tights

PE Kit

Long sleeved sports shirt reversible – unisex or girl fit – navy/maroon

Sports polo shirt with contrast panels – unisex or girl fit – navy/maroon

Sports sweatshirt navy/maroon

Training bottoms with contrast piping – navy/maroon

Microfibre shorts / skorts – navy

Sports socks – navy

Training shoes

Football boots

Shin pads (compulsory for football and rugby)

No jewellery to be worn in PE lessons

The following items are strongly advised:  gum shield

ALL ITEMS OF CLOTHING SHOULD BE LABELLED WITH THE STUDENT’S NAME

Uniform Grants

A grant of up to £80 towards the cost of school uniform will be made by the school for eligible children at the point when they start secondary school only.

If your child is transferring into Year 7 (from Primary to Secondary School) in September and is entitled to free school meals, he/she will also be entitled to a school uniform grant.

The grant is paid as a contribution towards the cost of your child’s school uniform. Successful applications will be given an allowance of £80 towards the uniform order purchased through the school. Application forms are available from the school office.