In response to students' requests to wear shorts in the Summer Term only, we have organised with Skoolkit to make this option available for the rest of the Summer Term.
The new Daywear shorts are now in stock. They are available to buy either from Skoolkit Fareham or from their online site.
Students can only wear the approved Skoolkit shorts with the School logo.
sizes 26" to 28"....... £15.75
sizes 30" to 36"........£17.75
|Trousers||Plain navy blue||Bootleg trousers - Not tight-fitting fashion trousers or chinos or jeans|
|Skirts||Plain navy blue||No pencil style or slits. Click here for guide on approved skirts. Length: Up to 10 cm above the knee.|
|Polo Shirt||Navy blue with school & house colour logo|
|Navy-V neck sweatshirt||Plain navy blue with school house colour logo||This is a compulsory part of the uniform and should be brought into school every day|
|Tights||Plain Navy/Black||Pattern tights or leggings are not acceptable.|
|Socks||Plain white/black or navy ankle socks||Socks or tights but not both.|
|Shoes||Sensible BLACK footwear – NOT trainers/boots or canvas shoes||Click here for guide on acceptable school shoes...|
|Outer garment||A plain waterproof coat not emblazoned with badges or logos||Hoodies/cardigans and non-school jumpers are unacceptable and will be confiscated accordingly.|
It is compulsory for all students cycling to and from school to wear a cycle helmet and have a working braking system on their bicycle. Students who fail to adhere to the expectations on safe cycling will be sanctioned via detentions or if a repeated offence have their bicycle confiscated with parents asked to collect it.
Inappropriate hair & clothing procedures
The uniform guidance on hair states: Hair should be no shorter than Grade 2 and must be of a natural colour with no extremes of fashion or design.
The school procedure is to remove students from lessons who have breached the school uniform policy to either the Supervision Room or a similar venue.
Procedure of Hair grades less than Grade 2:
If a student is wearing an item deemed to be not part of the school uniform (e.g. leggings, jeans, different colour socks to those allowed, or inappropriate skirt) the student will be requested to remove/replace any item not part of the school uniform on the day, which may then be confiscated. Failure to alter uniform to the correct standard will result in students being removed from lessons and placed in the Supervision Room until it is corrected.
If any further questions please contact Mr Haines, Senior PSO.
Make-up and jewellery, including bracelets are not part of the school uniform and therefore should not be worn – these will be confiscated accordingly. Students will be requested to remove these items immediately*. Failure to adhere to the uniform policy may result in students being sent home or removed from lessons. School sanctions will be applied to students who repeatedly breach the rules.
*Note: Acrylic nail procedure - students will be given 1 day's notice to remove their acrylic nails or will be removed from lessons the following day.
The Hampshire document regarding safety in PE states that “during PE lessons
(i) Studs must be covered by plasters or removed (ii) Long hair must be tied back”.
The Hampshire document also strongly recommends the wearing of mouth guards/gum-shields for Rugby and Hockey lessons. These can be purchased from reputable sports shops or made by dentists.
|SHIRT||white polo type shirt with house colour logo (not compulsory), collar and short sleeves|
|LEGGINGS||black/navy lycra sports leggings|
|SOCKS||short white or long navy|
|SHOES||training shoes and football boots (fashion plimsolls are not permitted in PE). NB: Shoes for PE should be different to the ones worn to school.|
|RUGBY SHIRT||with logo|
|Shin pads and a gum shield are recommended|
BOYS AND GIRLS
All items of uniform are available from;
Skoolkit in Fareham or on-line at www.skoolkit.co.uk
Tesco Online. Further details can be found by following this link: http://www.clothingattesco.com/icat/embschoolwear
Students who wear items which are not part of the uniform will have them confiscated by a House Leader or Pastoral Support Officer. Parents will then be asked to collect the item(s) from School.
It is expected that students will wear their uniform correctly. Parents are asked to support the school in maintaining high standards of personal appearance
Energy drinks, eg. Red Bull, are NOT permitted on the School site and will be confiscated.
These or similar items are banned from the school site due to their dangerous nature and will be confiscated. Sanctions will be enforced for any student found using these dangerous items.
Chewing gum is not permitted on the School site and will be confiscated.
Students are discouraged from bringing mobile phones to school in case of loss or theft. Phones must not be used during the school day for personal use. If lessons are interrupted by a students use of a phone, or if students are seen using their phones in school then the phone will be confiscated for collection at the end of the school day from reception. If this occurs on more than one occasion parents will be asked to collect the phone.
Headphones should not be used without teacher permission during the school day and will be confiscated.
These and other personal items of value are discouraged. Such items found being used in school time will be confiscated by staff for collection at the end of the school day. If this occurs on more than one occasion parents will be asked to collect the item from reception.
Laser pens or similar items are banned from the school site due to their dangerous nature. Any laser pens found in school will be confiscated by a member of staff. Parents will be asked to collect the item.
Brookfield School wishes all students to have a balanced, healthy diet. Therefore, any student found with items deemed to be unhealthy, or to have excessive amounts of unhealthy food, may have their items confiscated, for example, sweets, Coke, etc.
Takeaway items such as McDonalds, pizzas, etc. are not permitted on the School site unless with the express permission of a member of staff, and may be confiscated.