Uniform

Please click this link for a PDF that has guidance on uniform rules.

Boys

Girls

Jumper – navy, standard with school logo (years 7-10)
Black school jumper with school logo (year 11)
Both available from Brenda’s

Jumper – navy with school logo (years 7-10)
Black school jumper with school logo (year 11)
Both available from Brenda’s

Trousers - Plain black uniform style
(no skinny, tight-fit, jeans style or cords)

Skirt - Plain black box pleat skirt with logo
(to be purchased from Brenda’s)

Shirt - white with collar (long or short sleeved)

Trousers - plain black uniform style
(no skinny, tight-fit, jeans style or cords)

Tie - standard Court Moor tie (worn to a standard length)

Blouse – white, open neck revere collar (long or short sleeved)

Socks – plain

Tights – black or neutral
Socks – black or white

Shoes – polishable, formal, plain, black
(no boots, trainers or canvas shoes)

Shoes – polishable, formal, plain, black, low heels
(no boots, trainers or canvas shoes)

Outer coat – plain, outdoor, waterproof
(no hoodies, tracksuit tops or denim jackets)

Outer coat – plain, outdoor, waterproof
(no hoodies, tracksuit tops or denim jackets)

PE kit

Compulsory Kit
Navy blue polo shirt with logo (indoor)
Navy blue long socks
Navy blue shorts
Rugby shirt with logo (outdoor)

Optional Kit
Long blue track pants
Blue long-sleeved track top

Available from SWI Schoolwear at http://www.swischoolwear.co.uk/

PE kit

Compulsory Kit
Navy blue polo shirt with logo (indoor)
Navy blue long socks
Navy blue skort
Training top with logo (outdoor)

Optional Kit
Sports leggings
Blue shorts

Available from SWI Schoolwear at http://www.swischoolwear.co.uk/

Hair – Neat style, natural colours

Hair – Neat style, natural colours

Jewellery

Plain studs (one per ear, lobe only)
Watch
No other piercings, no spacers

Jewellery

Plain sleepers or studs (one per ear, lobe only)
Watch
No other piercings, no spacers

 

Make-up

Years 7-9:  No make-up
Years 10-11: Discreet, light make-up

No nail polish or acrylic nails (all years)

Student appearance must be smart at all times and appropriate for a learning environment

Detailed Guidance

For further guidance please see below:

Trouser Buying Guidance

Trouser Buying Guidance

When buying trousers, look for the words: Tailored, Bootcut or Regular (without charms Charm or jeans style metal studs). They need to be loose fitting particularly around and below the knee.

Avoid buying any trousers with these terms:-

  • ‘Tapered’ - they will be shorter than acceptable and too tight at the ankle
  • ‘Cropped’ – they will be ankle length and therefore too short
  • ‘Skinny’  or ‘slim fit’– these will be far too tight, both at the thigh and ankle
  • ‘Jeggings’ – basically thick leggings.

 

Boy's Trousers

Boys Trousers

NOT Acceptable - less formal or jeans style

These are examples of jeans-style trousers which, although sold as schoolwear, are not acceptable (examples from Next and Tesco):

Boys trousers not acceptable 1

These trousers tend to have:
Metal studs
Metal buttons
Horizontal pockets
Thick material and are less formal

Boys trousers not acceptable 2 

 

Acceptable - Formal Styles

These are examples of suitable trousers - generally called 'flat' or 'pleat' trousers, (examples drawn from M&S and Next):

Boys trousers acceptable 1 These trousers are made of suit style material, have vertical pockets, are straight legged. They are essentially formal. Boys trousers acceptable 2

 

A range of retailers sell trousers which meet the Court Moor requirements. Here are specific examples pf acceptable and unacceptable styles from two which are on sale in July 2017.

Marks and Spencer

Acceptable

Boys' Trousers with Supercrease Boys' Pure Cotton Skin Kind Trousers
Mands boys trousers acceptable 1 Mands boys trousers acceptable 2

 

NOT Acceptable

Boys' Skinny Leg Trousers Boys' Slim Leg Trousers
Mands boys trousers not acceptable 1 Mands boys trousers not acceptable 2

 

ASDA

Acceptable

Asda boys trousers acceptable 1 Asda boys trousers acceptable 2

NOT Acceptable

Asda boys trousers not acceptable 1 Asda boys trousers not acceptable 2

 

Girl's Trousers

Girls Trousers

A range of retailers sell trousers which meet the Court Moor requirements, here are specific examples of acceptable and unacceptable styles from two which are on sale in July 2017.

Marks and Spencer

Acceptable

http://www.marksandspencer.com/2-pack-girls-crease-resistant-adjustable-waist-regular-leg-trousers-with-stormwear/p/p22387504?prevPage=plp&pdpredirect

Mands girls trousers acceptable 1

http://www.marksandspencer.com/girls-regular-leg-trousers/p/p22388768?prevPage=plp

Mands girls trousers acceptable 2

NOT Acceptable

Senior Girls' Crease Resistant Skinny Fit Trousers with Triple Action Stormwear (Older Girls)

Mands girls trousers not accdeptable 1

Girls' Slim Ankle Skimmer Trousers with Triple Action Stormwear (Older Girls)

Mands girls trousers not acceptable 2

Senior Girls' Belted Skinny Trousers

Mands girls trousers not acceptable 3

ASDA

Acceptable

Asda girls trousers acceptable 1 Asda girls trousers acceptable 2

NOT Acceptable

Asda girls trousers not acceptable 1 Asda girls trousers not acceptable 2

 

Girl's Skirts

Girls Skirts

Girls Skirt

Only available from Brenda’s Schoolwear

Shoes

Shoes

As many parents are starting to consider buying school wear for 2017-18, we are taking this early opportunity to clarify the style of formal shoes which are acceptable to be worn in school from September 2017. Our uniform list states for boys and girls 'polishable formal, plain, black shoes (no boots, trainers or canvas shoes)'. Inevitably shoe manufacturers develop and market as school shoes, styles which circumnavigate this description i.e. introducing informal style, leather, black pumps and it can be confusing as to which are acceptable. 

To avoid confusion, we are clarifying what we mean by formal styles of shoes. From September 2017 the following styles of shoes will/will not be suitably formal for school. The suitable styles are available from a range of different suppliers. Inevitably we can't show images of all shoe styles but hopefully this selection of images will provide helpful guidance when buying school shoes.

 

Formal styles - acceptable in September 2017

 

Shoe 1

Shoe 2

Shoe 3

 

Informal - not acceptable from September 2017.

 

Shoe 5

Shoe 4