Our motto of Unity Respect Excellence underpins all elements of school life and as representatives of Charters School our students are required to take pride in their appearance and dress in a way that matches our expectations.
We believe that a common and consistent identity is a strength of the school and it is our policy that a school crest must be visible all year round on either a blazer, jumper, blouse or polo shirt.
School uniform must be worn from when students leave home in the morning until they return home¯in the evening. Any requests for modifying the school uniform for religious reasons must be made in writing to the Headteacher.
We strongly believe that we all share a responsibility to ensure that:
- Students wear their uniform correctly, and with pride.
- Staff have high expectations of school uniform and are consistent in how they support students to ensure the uniform policy is consistently adopted.
- Parents have similarly high expectations in how their children are dressed for school, and consistently support and reinforce the school’s policy with regards to uniform.
INFORMATION REGARDING UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2023/24 CAN BE FOUND HERE.
Parents are free to buy uniform from any supplier, however items featuring the school crest are only available from the school shop. We recommend that all items of school clothing are marked with the student’s full name.
PLEASE LABEL ALL UNIFORM
We suggest that each piece of uniform is clearly named so that items can be found quickly and easily if mislaid. Any un-named items that are not collected from lost property at the end of each term are donated to charity.
You could help raise funds for our school and safeguard your belongings by using name labels from Stickins. They are quick and easy to use as there is no sewing or ironing involved and if you quote fundraising number 4071 when placing an order, Charters School will receive a small commission.