School Uniform

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School Uniform

The Governors and staff expect the school uniform to be worn to school to encourage a sense of belonging and to avoid disputes over unsuitable clothing.

Uniform is practical, inexpensive and widely available. Items without logos can be bought from any supplier, such as Tescos, Asda etc.

The School uniform is available to buy at the PMG Schoolwear Centre:
55-57 The Broadway, Tolworth, Surrey KT6 7DW
Telephone: 020 8786 2211 – Email: tolworth@pmgretail.co.uk

Girls Uniform

White blouse with collar
School tie
Navy blazer
Navy V-neck jumper (optional for cold weather)
Plain grey skirt or school trousers in Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 and 9)
Plain black skirt or school trousers in Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11)
Grey, black or white socks/ tights
Plain black shoes or trainers (no logos or colours)

Boys Uniform

White shirt with collar
School tie
Navy blazer
Navy V-neck jumper (optional for cold weather)
Plain grey trousers in Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 and 9)
Plain black trousers in Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11)
Grey or black socks
Plain black shoes or trainers (no logos or colours)

PE Kit

Pair of black or navy shorts
Navy blue school polo shirt with logo
Navy blue sweatshirt with logo
Plain navy or black track suit bottoms
Pair of trainers, football boots
Swimming kit in Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 and 9)

Winter

A warm coat, scarf / hat and gloves. All clothing should be clearly marked with the pupil’s name. Pupils should not wear Jewellery, make-up or nail polish; acrylic nails, jeans, shiny or baggy trousers, leggings, or very short skirts; bright coloured trainers, fashion boots, high heels or sandals. Pupils who arrive without uniform will be loaned suitable clothing/shoes for the day. One pair of small studs for pierced ears may be worn at the discretion of the staff. They should be taped over or removed for PE

Equipment

All students are expected to bring their own pencil case; to include a pen, pencil, colouring pencils, ruler, rubber and pencil sharpener.

They will be provided with a school planner and a water bottle.

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

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