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Uniform and Equipment


We have an online uniform shop where you can purchase school uniforms and collect them from reception. All pupils are required to wear school uniforms. All items of uniform and PE clothing should be clearly and individually named.

Children are expected to come to school clean and tidy. Discreet make-up may be worn, unacceptable make-up will have to be removed. False nails and brightly coloured nail varnish are not permitted. No unnatural hair colour or lines/shapes shaved into the head is allowed. Facial piercings are not permitted. Large earrings or excessive amounts of jewellery are not allowed.

Saint George’s School is delighted to offer our PE kit range from Tackle Bag, for year 7’s all the way up to 6th form, including BTEC Sport PE kit. If you spend over £60 on Saint George’s PE kit you will get your shipping free! 

We expect all of our students to come to school every day in the correct uniform and to bring the correct equipment. All students should be ready to learn on a daily basis. Hoodies are not permitted in school.  

Uniform PE Kit
  • Black Blazer (with school badge) 
  • Black Jumper or Cardigan (with logo) - optional
  • White-collared Shirt or Red and White Striped Shirt
  • Black Trousers or Knee Length Black Skirt
  • School Tie (with logo)
  • Black Socks
  • Black or Natural Tights
  • Black School Shoes
  • T-Shirt (with logo)
  • Sweatshirt (with logo)
  • Plain Black Short or Skort
  • Plain Black Jogging Bottoms or Sports Leggings
  • Plain Black Socks (for football and rugby)
  • Studded Boots
  • Shin Pads
  • Trainers or Plimsoles
  • Multi-Games Shirt - optional

PE kits are needed for every practical lesson and must be stored in named bags. A spare kit is provided for students who forget on odd occasions. All pupils must have football or rugby boots for games that are played on the school field, this is for the Health and Safety of each pupil. Pupils who do not bring in the correct footwear will be given boots to wear, and normal sanctions will apply.

School Uniform Shop

The School Uniform shop is now open and run by the Saint George's Eco-committee. The students sell good quality clothes at great prices, in all sizes. They take in donations of unwanted school uniforms and also accept donations in exchange for a size that fits. The shop is located near the Finance Office (by Room) at Lunchtime on Tuesdays. For any queries, please contact Mrs Cuthbert in the School Office:

Extra Information

Coats - The colour of the coat is a parental choice, but it should be warm and waterproof during the winter months. Coats may not be worn in lessons.

Mobile Phones and Electronic Equipment - Mobile phones and electronic equipment is permitted inside the school building or in lessons. However, mobile phones are to be switched off in lessons. Such items will be confiscated if misused. These items are the student’s own responsibility. Earphones and the like are not permitted at Saint George’s. 

Energy Drinks - No cans of high-energy drinks such as Red Bull or Relentless should be brought into school. 

Aerosols - Please do not bring these into the school. They can seriously harm some students who have asthma or breathing difficulties. 


Students are expected to have the correct stationery and equipment with them for every lesson.  Some stationery is available to buy from Student Support and the Pastoral Base.

The minimum equipment brought to school every day should be:

  • A suitable school bag
  • 2 writing pens (black or blue ink)
  • HB pencil
  • Ruler
  • Eraser
  • Scientific Calculator

Subject-specific equipment:

English: Small dictionary
Maths: Calculator, Compass, Protractor
Science: Calculator
Art: Sketchbook
Food: Food & All necessary ingredients and occasionally an ovenproof dish.
Drama, Dance and PE: a separate pair of trousers/leggings and a sweatshirt or T-shirt.
PE: PE kit as outlined below, Studded boots and shin pads can be used during rugby or football options at set times during the year. Gum shields are advisable for Rugby

Additional Items:

At times, it may be useful to have a Flash Drive or Memory Stick in order to transport work to and from school if the files are too big to email. This is not a compulsory item and is up to the individual student's choice. It is vital to ensure you have a separate copy of your work saved on a PC hard drive either at home or at school as a backup in case your flash drive is lost or damaged.

You will have to re-do any coursework that is lost if your flash drive is lost or damaged.


Behaviour for Learning card

Every student will be issued a card at the beginning of every new term. Staff may sign this card if students behave inappropriately. This may include not wearing the correct uniform. Those with clean cards at the end of the term will be entered into a prize draw.