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Uniform

Exemplary standards of appearance and dress supports Brookfield Community School’s 'commitment to excellence' ethos. All students are expected to adhere to the uniform policy at all times.

Years 7 to 11 Dress Code
 

Boys’ Uniform

  • Male Blazer: plain black with school badge
  • Trousers: plain tailored mid-grey of full length (no jeans, brushed denim, patch pockets) with plain black belt (optional)
  • Shirt: white with collar and sleeves (must be suitable for wearing a clip on tie and long enough to be worn tucked in). Short sleeves are acceptable
  • Tie: clip on Brookfield Community School design
  • Sweater: (optional) black with red ‘v’ neck trim
  • Footwear: plain black shoes or ankle boots (not long boots, sandals, trainers, or canvas plimsolls)
  • Socks: plain black or plain grey
  • Coat (optional) - must be able to be worn over the blazer (no hoodies, leather or leather look, denim, logos or track suit tops)

Girls’ Uniform

  • Female Blazer: plain black with School badge
  • Trousers: plain tailored mid-grey trousers of full length (no hipsters, lycra, jeans, jeggings or leggings) with plain black belt (optional)
    OR;
  • Skirt: pleated, mid-grey (no frills, ruffles, splits or lycra). Skirt must be suitable length and worn with plain black or grey tights (not footless leggings
  • Shirt: white with collar and sleeves, (must be suitable for wearing a clip on tie and long enough to be worn tucked in), short sleeves are acceptable
  • Tie: clip on Brookfield Community School design
  • Sweater: (optional) black with red ‘v’ neck trim
  • Footwear: plain black shoes or ankle boots (not long boots, stiletto heels, sandals, trainers, canvas plimsolls or UGG boots)
  • Socks: if worn, socks should be plain, either black or grey in colour
  • Coat: (optional) must be able to be worn over the blazer (no hoodies, leather or leather look, denim logos or track suit tops).

STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT DRESSED ACCORDING TO THE CODE ARE LIKELY TO BE SENT HOME TO CHANGE BEFORE BEING ALLOWED TO LESSONS. WHERE THIS IS NOT POSSIBLE, THE STUDENT WILL BE ISOLATED UNTIL UNIFORM IS RECTIFIED.

Other Rules linked to Appearance, Safety and Hygiene
  • Fake tanning agents should not be used
  • Unnatural hair colouring should not be used
  • Fake nails are not necessary within a school environment and should not be worn
  • Aerosol deodorants or hairsprays should also not be brought to school.
Electronic Devices

Electronic devices including, mobile phones, smart watches, music speakers etc. are not allowed in school and will be confiscated if seen. If confiscated, a student will be given a same day C4 detention (3-4pm). The electronic device will be returned to the student at the end of the C4 Detention. Repeat offences will result in isolation and parent collection of device.

If a student is required to bring a mobile phone for use after school, then it should be turned off and stored in the student’s bag at all times. On request, mobile phones and electronic devices can be handed into Main Reception for safekeeping during the school day.

Jewellery

For reasons of health and safety, jewellery is limited to a small stud in each ear and a watch. Any other form of piercings, for example, lips, eyebrows, noses, tongues, navels etc. are inappropriate and unsafe in a school environment and are therefore not allowed.

Suitable Bag and Equipment

Students need an appropriately sized bag to carry their books and equipment. Small, fashion handbags are not suitable. All students should be fully equipped with adequate stationary.

Lost Property

Unidentifiable lost property is located in the main reception. Please could parents ensure that all items of uniform have their child’s name written in it?

Sixth Form Dress Code
 

Boys’ Sixth Form Dress Code

  • Tailored suit style Jacket (no denim, leather or leather look) or smart fitted V-neck sweater or cardigan (no logos)
  • Trousers: tailored suit style trousers of full length (no jeans, brushed denim, patch pockets) with plain black belt (optional)
  • Shirt: colour of own choice with collar and sleeves (shirt must be suitable for wearing a tie and long enough to be worn tucked in), short sleeves are acceptable
  • Tie: own choice (no logos)
  • Footwear: plain shoes or ankle boots (not long boots, sandals, trainers or canvas plimsolls)
  • Coat: (optional) if worn, no hoodies, leather or leather look, denim, logos or track suit tops.

Girls’ Sixth Form Dress Code

  • Tailored suit style Jacket (no denim, leather or leather look) or smart fitted V-neck sweater or cardigan (no logos)
  • Trousers: tailored suit style trousers of full length
    OR;
  • Skirt: tailored suitable length skirt (no frills, ruffles, splits or lycra), plain black or flesh coloured tights
    OR;
  • Dress: suitable length with short or long sleeves Blouse or shirt—of own choice with sleeves (no t-shirts, strappy tops, logos)
  • Footwear: plain shoes or ankle boots (not long boots, stiletto heels, sandals, trainers, canvas plimsolls or UGG boots)
  • Coat: (optional) if worn, no hoodies, leather or leather look, denim, logos or track suit tops.

School Uniform Sales

School uniform and PE kit are available from GOGNA. Sales will be 'online only' this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Our school uniform supplier is:

Gogna School Wear & Sports
67/69 Rookery Road
Birmingham
B21 9QU

Tel: 0121 523 5572
Fax: 0121 681 6828
Website: www.gognaschoolwear.co.uk
E-mail: info@gognaschoolwear.co.uk