From September 2016 Year 7 and 8 students will be expected to wear our new uniform as detailed below.
There is no expectation that students in other year groups wear the new uniform unless they wish to. Stocks of the old uniform will still be available for a short period of time. Once the stocks have run out students will need to adhere to our new uniform requirements.
|Blazer||Dark grey Stanborough School blazer with green trim|
|Jumper||Optional Stanborough School black jumper with green trim|
|Shirt||Collared white shirt, long or short sleeved|
|Tie||Stanborough School tie|
|Trousers/Skirt||Stanborough black trousers or black skirt (with school logo)|
Skirt must be knee length
|Shoes||Plain black shoes|
|Socks||Plain black opaque tights or black ankle socks|
|Coat||Plain black outdoor coat|
|Bag||Stanborough School black bag with school logo|
There should be no extremes of hairstyles in terms of colour or cut. Hair accessories should be minimal and be plain black or dark green. One small plain stud or sleeper is allowed in the lower lobe of each ear. Watches are allowed, but there should be no other jewellery visible.
ALL UNIFORM AND PE KIT SHOULD BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH YOUR CHILD’S NAME
|Polo Shirt||Green polo shirt with house colour panels and Stanborough logo|
|Rugby Shirt||Boys only – green and navy reversible rugby shirt|
|Hoodie||Girls only – green PE hoodie|
|Shorts||Navy blue shorts|
|Socks||Football/hockey green games socks|
White gym socks (girls only)
|Trainers||Suitable and clean|
|Boots||Boys only – studded football/rugby boots|
|Bag||Stanborough school games bag (in house colours)|
|Jogging Bottoms||Optional – navy jogging bottoms|
|Leggings||Optional girls only – navy leggings with school logo|
Please click supplier logo to view website and place orders for uniform and PE kit
Post-16 Dress Code
The dress code for post 16 students is ‘smart’. Students are not allowed to wear jeans, leggings,
T-shirts or trainers, and boys must wear a shirt with a collar.
Students should have their personal organizer with them at all times. They should also have a pencil case containing pens, pencils, eraser, colouring pencils, highlighter pen, pencil sharpener, pair of compasses, ruler, protractor/angle measurer and calculator. Students should carry a reading book with them. Students would also benefit from having a pocket English and French dictionary.
Equipment can be purchased in the school study shop in the LRC.