Uniform must be worn by all pupils in years 7 - 11. All items of uniform and personal equipment should be clearly marked with the owner’s name. The uniform, as identified below, may be purchased at our Uniform Shop.
Trutex Harrow Grey 2 pleat skirt OR the True Harrow Grey Girls Twin Pocket Trouser.
Blazer - Navy with woven badge
Only the college crested tracksuit may be worn
Outdoor jackets must be removed once in the building. Students should wear full uniform on their journeys to and from college.
Non permitted items of clothing include polo shirts (except for PE), stretch fabric skirts, footless tights, jeans, cords, boots, daps or lace up canvas shoes. School shoes are ones that are patented or can be polished. Trainers may only be worn during PE lessons.
The college operates its own Uniform Shop. Please contact Mrs Mason in Reception (Telephone 0117 3772200) for opening times and procedures
Hair should be tidy, of a reasonable length, no shorter than Number 2 on the clippers. Extremes of hairstyles and non-natural colour are never acceptable. Pupils may be sent home to attend to problems arising from a breach of these rules.
Note: St Bede's has made the Halo Code pledge (more details can be found here: https://halocollective.co.uk/halo-school/)
Students, if they wish, may wear an appropriate number of plain, discrete studs in their ears. If students have a nose piercing, they should use a clear nose stud. In the interest of Health & Safety, pupils are never allowed to wear hooked earrings, nose rings or other facial jewellery, or rings. The only additional visible jewellery permitted is a watch. Nail extensions and coloured nail varnish are not permitted.
Every student should own and bring to college daily the following items of equipment: bag, pencil case containing a pen, pencil, ruler, rubber, calculator and a reading book. Students should also carry their books needed for the day, PE equipment and Food Technology supplies when appropriate. Personal items should be marked with the owner’s name. Lockers are available within college for students’ use.
Valuable personal items must not be brought into college. St. Bede's will not accept responsibility for damage or loss of any items.
Students may bring a mobile phone to college but it must be kept out of sight, either in their bag or in their locker, switched off. A failure to keep mobile phones "out of sight" will result in them being confiscated. Collection of confiscated items by parents from the college reception can be arranged by appointment.
Headphones or ear buds are not permitted for use on the college site unless they are being used in the classroom for educational purposes under the guidance of a member of staff.
Uniform can be ordered using SCOPAY. Uniform can be ordered here