Uniform outwardly shows the pride that we have in our school and it is important that learners look smart.
- Plain grey school wear trousers
- Grey granite stitch-down knife-pleat skirt * (girls may wear the trousers if they opt to)
- Grey knitted V neck jumper with green and purple stripe on the neck and school badge) *
- White collared school wear shirt/blouse which buttons to the neck
- School tie worn correctly (to the neck) *
- Plain black accessories such as belts and hair bands
- Tights - black or grey
- Socks - black, grey or white
- Smart black shoes that can be polished and that support and protect the feet
* specific to uniform suppliers
- White polo shirt, black shorts / black tracksuit bottoms and trainers
Jean Emporium Schoolwear - 15 Sussex St, Rhyl. LL18 1SE tel: 01745 360480
Boppers Schoolwear - 4-6 Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay. LL29 7NN tel: 01492 534421
SCHOOL UNIFORM GRANTS
Grants available to help eligible families buy school uniform and equipment
School uniform grants are available for families on low incomes with children in primary and secondary schools. Looked after children and learners receiving free school meals can get a Welsh Government grant if they are:
- entering reception class in primary school
- at the start of any of the Key Stage 2 (Year 3), Key Stage 3 (Year 7) and Key Stage 4 (Year 10)
- aged 4 or 11 in special schools, special needs resource bases or pupil referral units
Primary and Secondary school children are entitled to £125 for each application. Children entering Year 7 can now apply for £200 to help with the additional costs of starting secondary school. The fund will cover school uniform and sports kit, equipment for out of school hours trips, including outdoor learning, and equipment for activities within the curriculum, such as design and technology.
How to apply
Contact your local authority:
Conwy County Borough Council
Denbighshire County Council
|| WHAT TO PACK IN YOUR SCHOOL BAG
We expect learners to arrive in school equipped for the day’s lessons. All exercise books, text books etc are supplied, but learners will need the following:
- Backpack/ bag - The sheer number of books that you need to carry around means a strong and sturdy backpack is vital.
- Maths set - Learning geometry means that a maths set with ruler, compass, set square and protractor is a must-have.
- Highlighters - Highlighters are invaluable for everything from marking out key quotes in texts to colour-coding revision notes.
- Writing pen - You can’t take the effort out of writing essays, but having a good pen to write them with can make the process a little easier – and it can also help to make handwriting clearer.
- Coloured gel pens/ coloured pencils - Coloured gel pens or coloured pencils can really bring drawings and diagrams to life in a range of subjects from geography to science and, like highlighters, they’re also very useful for colour-coding revision notes.
- Pencil case - to hold all your pens, pencils, coloured pencils / pens, rulers and erasers.
- Notepad - Notebooks and notepads are another real school essential for everything from taking notes in lessons to planning out essays and jotting down things to remember – like when homework’s due to be done by.
- Zipper bag - On the subject of homework, zipper bags or sheet protectors are the perfect way to make sure that it doesn’t get dog-eared as it’s carried round in your bag before you hand it in.