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              School Uniform
                  Policy
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Aims/objectives               To ensure the expectations regarding
                               school uniform be clearly communicated
                               to parents, staff and students.
Person responsible for        Patsy Weighill
overseeing           the
implementation of this
policy within school


Monitoring/review          
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                                  SCHOOL UNIFORM

We expect all students to wear the following uniform throughout their time at Bilton
School. We like students to be smartly dressed in a manner appropriate for school and
ask for parents’ support in our policy. Failure to have the correct uniform may result in
your child being removed from regular lessons.

Boys’ Uniform

      Plain black full length trousers of non-jersey or non-jeans material without
       embellishments, visible buttons or trims
      Plain white school shirt, buttoned to the neck
      Grey jumper with Bilton logo and/or grey cardigan with Bilton logo
      Black blazer with Bilton logo or plain, classic cut black blazer with Bilton sew on
       logo
      Sensible plain black shoes or plain black trainers (no logos or flashes) - not
       boots
      Plain black coat or long jacket worn over the blazer to and from school (not to be
       worn inside school buildings)

In Year 7, 8 & 9
      Pale blue clip-on tie

In Year 10 and 11
      Navy blue clip-on tie

Girls’ Uniform


      Formal black knee-length skirt or plain black full length trousers made of a non-
       jersey or non-jeans material, without embellishments, visible buttons or trims
      Plain white school shirt buttoned to the neck
      Grey jumper with Bilton logo and/or grey cardigan with Bilton logo
      Black blazer with Bilton logo or plain, classic cut black blazer with Bilton sew on
       logo
      Sensible plain black shoes or plain black trainers (no logos or flashes) - not
       boots
      Plain black coat or long jacket worn over the blazer to and from school (not to be
       worn inside school buildings)

In Year 7, 8 & 9
      Pale blue clip-on tie

In Year 10 and 11
      Raspberry clip-on tie
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BOYS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION KIT
      White Polo Shirt with Bilton logo
      Red & Black Rugby Shirt (Reversible)
      Black Shorts (2 pairs recommended)
      Black with red hoops Football Socks
      Predominantly white trainers
      Black tracksuit bottoms with red and white stripes (optional)
      Football Boots
      Shin Pads (optional)
      White sports ankle socks

GIRLS’ UNIFORM:
      Formal black skirt which is below the knee in length or only a short distance above the
      knee
      Totally plain black, tailored trousers as sold by “The Schoolwear Centre” in Rugby
      (formally known as Jeans Station)
      In Years 7, 8 & 9: Pale blue short sleeved poloshirt with school logo or pale blue blouse
      In Years 10 and 11: Red short sleeved poloshirt with school logo or red blouse
      Navy blue school sweatshirt either with school logo or no logo
      Plain white, navy or black socks, or tights
      Sensible plain black shoes or plain black trainers (no logos or flashes) – not boots

GIRLS’ PHYSICAL EDUCATION KIT
      White Polo Shirt with navy piping and Bilton logo
      Navy and Pink Rugby Shirt
      Navy Blue Shorts
      Navy with white hoops Hockey Socks
      Predominantly white trainers
      Navy Blue Tracksuit Bottom with blue and white stripes (optional)
      Football Boots (for hockey and football – optional)
      Shin Pads (optional)

PE Kit with the school logo can be purchased from “Webb Ellis” in Rugby and sweatshirts and
polo shirts can be purchased from “The Schoolwear Centre” (formally known as Jeans Station).
We strongly recommend that shin pads are worn for football and hockey. Gum shields should
also be worn by boys and girls during some activities. It is our school policy that if kit is
forgotten students will be expected to wear clean kit provided to them so that they still
participate in the lesson.
“Hoodies“ and Caps are not to be worn at the school site. Non uniform jumpers are not
acceptable to be worn as coats over school uniform.

The Headteacher’s decision is final in the appropriateness of uniform.

JEWELLERY

A wrist watch may be worn (marked with the name on the back). Boys and girls who have
pierced ears may wear one pair of small studs only. Rings and necklaces are not allowed.
Nose studs and other facial studs/bars are not allowed. Items breaking our dress code may be
confiscated. Students refusing to remove offending items will be removed from regular lessons
and may be sent home.

COSMETICS AND HAIR

It is our aim that students will care for their appearance. Only girls in Years 10 and 11 may
wear a little make-up, if discreetly applied. Nails should be well manicured, but only colourless
varnish will be allowed. Hair of shoulder length or longer must be tied back for certain activities.
Hair styles that draw the attention of others are to be avoided.

								
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