All uniform items should be clearly named. It is expected that all pupils will wear the appropriate school uniform.
* Trousers with pockets on the leg, large belts or buckles, with dropped waists or very flared, are not deemed suitable for school uniform. Skirts to be of a modest length.
PLEASE NOTE THAT CHEWING GUM IS A BANNED SUBSTANCE ON THE SCHOOL SITE
|Girls & Boys||Ridgeway games kit is available from the three providers of school uniform listed below and consists of:
SCHOOL UNIFORM SUPPLIERS:
Clive Mark Schoolwear: 5 Marketplace, Redditch B98 8AA
Tel: 01527 591444
National Schoolwear Centre: 3-4 Bulls Head Yard, Alcester B49 5BX
Tel: 01789 400344
School Days: Britannica House, 13-15 Church Street, Bromsgrove B97 8DD
Tel: 01527 757439
Alcester NSC: 3-4 Bulls Head Yard, Alcester, B49 5BX
Tel: 01789 400344
AND NOW: Orchard Clothing, Unit 6 Hunt End Industrial Estate, Dunlop Road, Hunt End, Redditch B97 5XP
Tel: 0845 208 0471 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Note: If you wish to have details of the criteria or application for a uniform grant, please contact the school office, in confidence. The school will be able to provide you with the appropriate guidance.
Parents are urged to see that children leave valuables at home. Watches and metal stud earrings only are acceptable but other jewellery must not be worn for school. Loss causes the owner and parents much distress and items of jewellery must be removed for games/PE lessons (including any such extra-curricular activity). School cannot be responsible for any loss of jewellery if items are not handed in to the teacher leading the PE/Games lesson. It is advised that small items should be placed in a small box to avoid loss of the items.
Pupils may not wear body or tongue piercings to school.
It would be particularly helpful if parents who are considering having their children’s ears pierced should arrange for this to be done at the beginning of the holiday period. Training studs may not be removed for a lengthy period and this could mean that the child concerned would not be able to take part in a range of activities within the Physical Education curriculum.
Pupils may not wear make-up, nail extensions or nail varnish to school.