Uniform

We believe that an inexpensive and practical uniform helps us achieve the high standards of work, behaviour and commitment, and the great majority of parents support us in this view. All pupils are, therefore, expected to wear the uniform that is listed below. In certain circumstances, a uniform grant may be available from Lancashire County Council.

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  • White shirt
  • School tie
  • Black, plain-knit “V” neck long sleeved sweater with badge
  • Black, tailored trousers
  • White, grey or black socks’ (plain, no stripes or logos)
  • *BLACK leather shoes (not trainers or boots), no logos/stripes
  • No jewellery other than a watch
  • Make up is not allowed

*Please note no other colour is acceptable

Girls

  • White shirt
  • School tie
  • Black, plain-knit “V” neck long sleeved sweater with badge
  • Black skirt, knee length, plain or pleated but not straight, no lycra
  • Black, tailored uniform trousers
  • Thick black tights
  • * BLACK, leather flat heeled shoes (not trainers or boots), no logos/stripes
  • No jewellery other than a watch
  • Make up is not allowed

*Please note no other colour is acceptable

Trainers may be worn in P.E. lessons only.

There is no set uniform outdoor coat but we would ask for a sensible waterproof jacket. Track suit tops, hoodies, sweatshirts, military or denim coats are not allowed. Baseball style caps are not to be worn on the school premises.

PE Uniform

Boys

  • Red reversible rugby shirt
  • Black shorts
  • Red badged polo shirt
  • Black football socks
  • Football boots
  • Trainers
  • Shin pads and gum shields

Girls

  • Badged red polo shirt
  • Black shorts
  • Black / red badged fleece jacket
  • Black football socks
  • Football boots
  • Trainers
  • Shin pads and gum shields

Uniform can be purchased from JADA, 213, Eaves Lane, Chorley, PR6 0AG.

Telephone No: 01257-271592

Email: info@jadaonline.co.uk

Website: www.jadaonline.co.uk

Jewellery & Hairstyles

Pupils are not allowed to wear any jewellery other than a watch. Such items will be confiscated. Should you wish to allow your child to have their ears pierced then please ensure this takes place at the beginning of the summer holiday so that they can safely remove earrings for school in September.

Earrings, other piercings, chains, necklaces and rings can all be a safety hazard in school. They can also be lost or mislaid which results in teaching time being wasted whilst the problem is dealt with. Distress to pupils is also a potential consequence. Legal advice recommends the no jewellery policy on grounds of safety.

We expect pupils to maintain sensible hairstyles. Any styles deemed to be extreme in the judgement of the school are not acceptable. Hair is to be of one natural colour and should be no shorter than a “number 3” cut. Tramlines or other such styling are not acceptable. Please ensure you check with your child’s Head of Year before allowing him/her to adopt an unusual hairstyle.