|Navy blue with school badge
|House tie (worn correctly with top button of the shirt fastened)
|Black, formal straight not skinny fit trousers
|Box pleated tartan checked skirt (knee length)
|Grey tailored shorts
|Plain white button-up shirt, long enough to be fully tucked in
|(Optional) Navy school jumper or cardigan (this can be purchased from the school suppliers)
|Plain black socks or tights
|Plain black, formal shoes with low heels of leather or imitation leather (footwear must have no colour or logo)
|Predominantly dark, single coloured and plain without dominant or excessive patterns or logos (no hoodies are permitted)
|Plain navy short-sleeved PE polo/ t-shirt (with school badge)
|Plain navy tracksuit bottoms or sport leggings (no logos)
|Navy school sports jacket with school logo (optional)
|White short socks
Navy football socks (for hockey, rugby, football, and orienteering)
|Sports style with a good supporting sole, not fashion trainer
|For football and rugby
|Compulsory for hockey and football
|Recommended for hockey, football and rugby
|Plain navy one-piece swimsuit
|Navy trunks or shorts
* This is specialist equipment – please discuss which items will be required with your PE teacher.
|Hair must be a natural colour and worn in a simple, inconspicuous style. No part of the hair style should be less than grade two. Any graded patterns or design is not allowed.
|We permit one small plain ring and one small plain stud in each pierced earlobe. We do not allow nose, eyebrow, lip, tongue or other body piercings, and studs, rings, spacers or flesh tunnels. No jewellery is to be worn during PE lessons. Badges (unless associated with school activities) are not allowed.
|Makeup is discouraged, and those wearing excessive makeup will be asked to remove it. Nail varnish and/or acrylic coloured nails are not allowed. Nails should be natural looking, with no coloured nail varnish.
|Tattoos are considered inappropriate.
Students are required to bring a basic stationery kit into school each day and specialist equipment as required. See list for details
- Trousers must be formal style, with straight leg and not skinny fit.
- The school tie must be tied correctly and the top button on the shirt fastened.
- School skirts must be knee length or longer and not made of clingy fabric.
- Boot, trainers and pumps are not allowed.
- Footwear must not have any colour or logo.
- School jumpers, cardigans or tank tops can be purchased direct from the suppliers.
- All items of clothing should be clearly marked with the owner's name.
Consequences for Incorrect Uniform
Pupils failing to meet the school’s uniform policy will be given a detention and may be internally isolated or sent home.
NOTE: In respect of uniform, Bridgnorth Endowed School will make any final decisions about what uniform is or is not acceptable. Students who are unsure about the suitability or particular items of clothing should refer to our school website or consult with their Head of House before purchasing or wearing such items to school.