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School Uniform

Purchase of Uniform:

General items of school uniform such as blazers, trousers, shirts and jumpers are obtainable from most outfitters or department stores. For your convenience representatives of uniform suppliers and the Parents Association will be present at each of the New Parents’ Evenings to display and sell school uniform.

Ties and badges are available for purchase only through school and will be available on Parents’ Evenings. The school badge was redesigned a while ago to include House colours; you should avoid purchasing outdated stock from elsewhere.

Sportswear (PE, rugby/soccer) will also be available at competitive prices at the New Parents’ Evenings – again there have been recent changes in style, particularly the rugby/soccer reversible shirt, which can only be purchased from school.

 

 

School Tie (£4.50)

Faraday Yellow Stripe  
Grenfell  Red Stripe  
Ruskin  Green Stripe  

 Blazer

Black, single breasted (with badge)

 Badge (£4.50)

School Badge in house colours (available only from school)

 Shirt

Plain: white

 Trousers

Plain: black

 Shoes

Plain: black.  Strong shoes are desirable to protect feet, particularly during practical lessons - see acceptable shoes guidance

 Pullovers/Jumpers 

Plain: V-neck, charcoal gret or black. No hoodies allowed

Physical Education

Summer Kit

White Polo shirt, with Mosslands motif in house colours £9.50 (available only from school)

Black shorts, black socks, training shoes

Winter Kit

Official reversible shirt £18 juniors, £20 seniors (available only from school)
Plain black shorts 
Plain black sports socks (£4.00)
Football Boots with studs 

Trainers for wet weather conditions

Jewellery:

For reasons of safety and security we do not allow the wearing of rings, earrings or other items of jewellery. We do not allow piercings of any sort.

Hair:

Hairstyles are an issue that sometimes bring us into conflict with parents. We do not allow extreme styling of any kind and ask that hair is not dyed, tinted or permed, is not worn excessively long or short, nor has steps cut into it. If a pupil does have ‘long hair’ it must be tied back. Fashions change and so do the pressures they bring. We look to parents to support our efforts in these matters but in the end the Headteacher will be the final arbiter.