Uniform & Sportswear

Students are ambassadors of the school and are expected to dress and behave in a way that reflects the standards we seek to achieve. All students in Years 7 to 11 wear school uniform.

The Bromfords School and Sixth Form College girls skirt and tie must be purchased from the school directly; all other uniform can be purchased from Emblem in Wickford or Trutex Direct.  If you wish to purchase your child’s uniform on-line from Trutex Direct please log onto www.trutexdirect.com, you will be prompted for a password, which is LEA00316SD.  The Bromfords School and Sixth Form College sportswear range is only available from Emblem in Wickford.  Emblem can be contacted on 01268 768 797.

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Boys Uniform

  • Navy blazer with The Bromfords School and Sixth Form College Badge
  • Navy jumper, which is optional and must have The Bromfords School and Sixth Form College Badge
  • White button up shirt either long or short sleeves (no motifs or polo shirts)
  • School clip on tie with house colour logo (available only from the school)
  • Black shoes, traditional style leather or faux leather (no boots, trainers, canvas or casual shoes, no coloured stitching or coloured laces)
  • Socks – plain and either white, navy or black
  • Navy trousers which must be:
    • in a plain traditional style and not be chino or denim-style;
    • an appropriate length –  they should not sit any higher than the ankle bone;
    • tailored straight leg and not tight fitting;
    • without fashion style zips, buttons or other visible accessories.

Girls Uniform

  • Navy blazer with The Bromfords School and Sixth Form College Badge
  • Navy jumper, which is optional and must have The Bromfords School and Sixth Form College Badge
  • White button up blouse either long or short sleeves (no motifs or polo shirt)
  • School Skirt (available only from the school) / traditional navy trousers (no culottes, leggings, skintight trousers or shorts)
  • School clip on tie with house colour logo (available only from the school)
  • Black shoes, traditional style leather or faux leather. (No boots, trainers, canvas or casual shoes no coloured stitching or coloured laces).  For safety reasons shoes should have low heels
  • Socks – plain and either white, navy or black and should be below the knee
  • Black, navy or opaque coloured tights
  • Navy trousers which must be:
    • in a plain traditional style and not be chino or denim-style;
    • an appropriate length –  they should not sit any higher than the ankle bone;
    • tailored straight leg and not tight fitting;
    • without fashion style zips, buttons or other visible accessories.

Jewellery

No jewellery is permitted apart from a wristwatch. This includes earrings, piercing, bracelets etc.

Hair

No extreme haircuts, including tracks and lines or unnatural colours (eg pink, purple or red). The school will make the final decision and should you have any concerns please discuss with the school before proceeding.

PE Kit

All students are required to wear The Bromfords School and Sixth Form College PE kit for ALL of their lessons. This PE kit is as follows:

  • The School logo polo shirt;
  • The School logo long sleeve rugby shirt;
  • The School logo PE shorts;
  • The School logo tracksuit;
  • The School logo leggings;
  • The School logo football socks or plain navy blue football socks;
  • Trainers or football boots appropriate to the activity undertaken.

Optional items of clothing that are also appropriate:

  • A Bromfords School Exam PE polo shirt;
  • A Bromfords logo sports jumper/hoody;
  • Under layers or skins – White or Blue in colour.

We respectfully ask that ALL items of PE kit are labelled clearly with students names.

If it is not possible for the correct PE kit to be worn for a PE lesson, students are required to bring in a note from home explaining the reason why and provide an alternative appropriate PE kit.

If a student is injured or unable to participate within their PE lesson, they are required to bring in a note from home explaining the issue. All students will still be required to change into their PE kit for their lesson. They will still be involved with the learning through alternative means. Students will not be expected or asked to perform in an activity that could make their injury/illness worse.