Uniform

Essential Items

A waterproof bag/rucksack, preferably with two shoulder straps and large enough to hold an A4 folder (small bags and handbags are not permitted)

A St Wilfrid's School waterproof jacket for the winter

Two pencils and a sharpener

Two pens (black or blue ink)

Glue sticks

Scientific calculator

Geometry/Maths set Ruler and eraser

Coloured pencils

A reading book

PE kit as required

Home economics aprons as required

Science Lab coats as required

THESE ITEMS MUST NOT BE BROUGHT INTO SCHOOL:

Skateboards, Tippex, laser pens,personal CDs/personal stereos/mp3 players or chewing gum, under any circumstances.

PERSONAL POSSESSIONS

All students should mark their name on their uniform and equipment clearly. Any lost unmarked items which remain unclaimed go into the stock of the St Wilfrid's PTFA second-hand uniform shop, for sale.

Please also remember to put their names on all property as it makes life much easier!

School Uniform

School uniform for September 2023

I would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the uniform requirements. All items of uniform are available from Marks & Spencers or the School Office, but may also be available from other retailers or on-line. 

Many of these items are also available second-hand from our PTFA, who can be contacted by emailing admin@stwilfrids.devon.sch.uk

Upper School (Year 11)

Boys Girls

Black trousers 

Pleated black Banner skirt
White long or short sleeved shirt White open neck shirt long or short sleeved
A tie of the pupils choice No tie
Grey jumper Grey jumper
Black or dark grey socks - NOT TRAINER SOCKS Black tights or ankle socks - NOT TRAINER SOCKS
Black leather shoes (not trainer types) Black flat leather shoes
Black blazer Black blazer
Black waterproof jacket Black waterproof jacket
Hat, scarves, gloves (black) Hat, scarves, gloves (black)

Girls' Slim Leg Trousers with zipped pockets. Black

 

Product code - T761431

 

Marks & Spencers

 

THESE ARE THE ONLY TROUSERS ALLOWED

Upper School (Year 7 - Year 10)

Boys Girls

Mid grey trousers (not black)

Pleated grey Banner skirt
Grey long or short sleeved shirt Lilac shirt (either open collar or with top button)
School tie School tie with lilac shirt and top button
Grey jumper Grey jumper
Black or dark grey socks - NOT TRAINER SOCKS Black tights 
Black leather shoes (not trainer types) Black flat leather shoes
School blazer School blazer
Black school waterproof jacket Black school waterproof jacket
Hat, scarves, gloves (black) Hat, scarves, gloves (black)
Mid grey shorts (not cargo) Socks - Black or grey (long or short) - NOT TRAINER SOCKS

Girls' Slim Leg School Trousers with zipped pockets. Grey

 

Product code - T761431

 

Marks & Spencers

 

THESE ARE THE ONLY TROUSERS ALLOWED

Girls' Pleat Fromt School Culottes. Grey

 

Product code - T760320

 

Marks & Spencers

 

THESE ARE THE ONLY CULOTTES ALLOWED

 

Lower School (Reception - Year 6)

Boys Girls
Mid grey trousers (not black)] Pleated grey pinafore
Grey long or short sleeved shirt Lilac shirt
Grey jumper School tie
Black or dark grey socks Grey jumper
Black leather shoes (not trainer types) Black tights
School blazer Black flat leather shoes
Black school waterproof jacket School blazer
Hat, scarves, gloves (black) Black school waterproof jacket
Hat, scarves, gloves (black) Hat, scarves, gloves (black)
  Socks - black or grey (long or short)

Girls' Slim Leg School Trousers with zipped pockets. Grey

 

Product code - T761431

 

Marks & Spencers

 

THESE ARE THE ONLY TROUSERS ALLOWED

Girls' Pleat Fromt School Culottes. Grey

 

Product code - T760320

 

Marks & Spencers

 

THESE ARE THE ONLY CULOTTES ALLOWED

Girls' Pure Cotton Gingham School Dress. Lilac

 

Product code - T766481

 

Marks & Spencers

 

THESE ARE THE ONLY SUMMER DRESSED ALLOWED

Guidance on School shoes

Please refer to the guidance given below when buying school shoes;

Girls’ shoes must be black, plain and well supported. Shoes with any sort of heel are unacceptable. They can be worn with fastened black laces, buckles or velcro.  Boots, trainers or canvas gym pump style shoes are not allowed. Flimsy canvas slipper and ballet style shoes provide no support. They are unsuitable and dangerous for school use.

Boys’ shoes must be black, plain, well supported and low heeled. All stitching and laces must be black and laces tied at all times. Boots and trainer style shoes (even if they are black) are unacceptable, as are canvas gym pump style shoes and “show off” designer labels.

 

List of school shoes NOT ALLOWED:

  • Converse
  • Vans
  • Lonsdale
  • Adidas
  • Puma
  • Nike
  • Timberland
  • Rockport
  • UGG boots

 

We understand that on occasion it may be necessary for a pupil to come to school in something other than their ordinary school shoes, for example if their shoes have broken. Pupils will be given reasonable time to purchase the correct footwear.

We expect all pupils to wear their uniform properly, in order to create a positive reputation for themselves and for St Wilfrid’s.

  • Hoodies and non-uniform jackets may not be worn in school at any time.
  • Hair should be kept neat and tidy and of one reasonable length, style and must be of one natural colour. (Shaved heads, stencilled, or very short hair are not acceptable.)
  • Nail varnish should not be worn in school and make up should be subtle.
  • No jewellery should be worn apart from a one ring, a bracelet and not more than one plain gold or silver stud in each earlobe, no other piercings are permitted.
  • No garment should be visible underneath the school shirt or blouse.
  • Bring your belongings in a bag which is large enough to hold an A4-type folder – smaller bags and handbags are not permitted.

 PE Kit

School PE hoodie
School sports polo shirt
Plain Black shorts
Plain Black skort (Girls)
Plain Black tracksuit bottoms
Plain Black football socks
White trainer socks
Trainers
Football/Rugby boots
Shin pads
Mouth guards
Plain Black Under Armour

 ALL PE KIT MUST BE INITIALED

KIT POLICY

  • You must NOT wear jewellery or watches during PE lessons. Your nails must be kept short so as not to injure other people during PE lessons.
  • Money, ear studs, watches etc. may be handed in to staff to look after during PE lessons
  • If you have forgotten to bring any item of your PE kit to the lesson, please inform the PE teacher immediately.

If any pupil is injured or is too ill to fully participate in the lesson parents should write a note to the pupils PE teacher explaining the reason for not participating. However they should still bring and wear correct PE kit to this lesson. Although they may not be able to fully participate practically in the lesson, we require them to be smartly dressed in correct PE kit so they are ready to be involved in a non-practical way such as coaching or refereeing.