Bingley Grammar School

School UniformUniform

Our school uniform plays a valuable role in contributing to the overall ethos of Bingley Grammar School.

Aims:
• To instill pride and identity.
• To support positive behaviour and discipline.
• To ensure that all pupils regardless of race or background feel welcome.
• To protect children from social pressures to dress in a particular way.
• School uniform supports effective teaching and learning.

This uniform is to be worn at all times at school and on the journeys to and from school. Items are available from Henry Smith’s in Shipley, Rawcliffe’s in Bradford and Andrew Firth in Keighley.

If a student comes to school in incorrect uniform replacements where possible will be offered and must be worn for that day. You will also be informed via letter or phone call. In extreme cases we may have to send your son/daughter home, however, you would be notified of this. There may also be occasion where students repeatedly wearing the incorrect uniform are placed in isolation - again parent/carers will be informed.

If for any reason you need support with this please contact the Student Support Team so we can work with you to overcome this and ensure your son/daughter does not receive a sanction unnecessarily.

The Shipley Area School Uniform Bank may also be able to help families with their uniform needs: Shipley Area School Uniform Bank >>


 

Item

Girls

Boys

Items below from the suppliers only
Blazer

(Compulsory) BGS Blazer with badge

(Compulsory) BGS Blazer with Badge

Sweater 

(Optional) V- necked sweater in Bingley Red with embroidered school motif

(Optional) V- necked sweater in Navy with embroidered school motif

Tie

BGS Clip-on House tie

BGS Clip-on House tie

Items below from any outlet  
Trousers

Plain black trousers of conventional material (not denim/jersey/linen) and school style (not tracksuit bottoms, not jeans, not leggings, not combat trousers, not chinos etc) We recommend the Trutex style available from uniform suppliers

Black / Charcoal grey trousers, straight leg cut to have a crease.

(not denim/jersey/linen) and school style (not tracksuit bottoms, not jeans, not combat trousers, no chinos etc)

Shirt    

White shirt with stiff collar (not baggy or tailored) which must be tucked in

White shirt with stiff collar (not baggy) which must be tucked in

Shoes  

Black shoes or all black trainer style shoes (trainers must be completely black with no coloured logos, stripes, soles etc). Flat shoes.

Black shoes or all black trainer style shoes (trainers must be completely black with no coloured logos, stripes, soles etc). Flat shoes.

Socks

Socks: black or navy

Socks: black or navy

Outdoor Coat

Any reasonable style of coat or jacket. This should be worn on top of the school blazer. It is not to be worn as a replacement for the school blazer

Any reasonable style of coat or jacket. This should be worn on top of the school blazer. It is not to be worn as a replacement for the school blazer

Hats    

Plain woolen hats will be permitted in cold weather.

Baseball caps are not permitted

Plain woolen hats will be permitted in cold weather.

Baseball caps are not permitted

Optional
Hijab

Plain Black/no patterns or logos

 
Traditional dress

Black loose fitting trousers and tunic. A Bingley Grammar Blazer must be worn over the top

 
Other Religious items

The wearing of a single significant item such as a Christian crucifix, Sikh kara (wristband) are allowed. They must be removed for P.E. All other requests should be discussed with the Head of Year.

  • No facial piercings, including nose studs. Earrings limited to one stud per ear

  • No other jewellery is to be worn to school

  • No make-up to be worn in Years 7-9 and only moderate make-up in Years 10 and 11 as decided by the Student Support Team

  • Hair styles must not be extreme; no lines or patterns shaved into hair, only natural hair colours permitted

  • Name labels should be attached to the inside of each item of clothing

NB: There will be no change to these Uniform Regulations without reasonable prior notice.

 


Sportswear

Please Note: the New PE Kit is compulsory for New Yr 7’s from September 2017 onwards. Older year groups may continue to wear old kit until it needs to be replaced.

Girls Sportswear Uniform

Skirt or Shorts

Plain navy blue (Supplier)

Polo Shirt

Unisex or Girl Fit in navy/red/white, with white logo (suppliers)

Hooded Sweatshirt

in navy/red/white, with white logo (suppliers)

Trainers

Training shoes (predominantly white) (any outlet)

Boots

Football boots (studded) (any outlet)

Socks

Combination navy/red/white for outdoor (suppliers) white ankle socks for indoor/athletics (any outlet)

Shin Pads    
Swimsuit Any colour, one piece (any outlet)

Optional Items:

Goggles

Tracksuit bottoms   

 

 

Navy, with logo (suppliers)

 


Boys Sportswear Uniform

Rugby Shirt

Navy/red/white, with reversible house colour insets, with white logo

(suppliers)

Polo Shirt

Unisex in navy/red/white, with white logo (suppliers)

Shorts

Combination navy/red/white (no logo) (suppliers)

Trainers

Training shoes (predominantly white) (any outlet)

Boots

Football/rugby (studded)

Socks

Navy/red/white outdoors (suppliers) white ankle socks for indoor/athletics (any outlet)

Shin Pads  

 

Swimming trunks

Any colour OR Lycra Swimming Shorts - Black or navy (Either from any outlet) (NB Long, baggy swimming shorts are NOT permitted)

Optional Items:

Mouth guard

Hooded sweatshirt

Goggles

Tracksuit bottoms   

 

 

In navy/red/white, with white logo (suppliers)

 

Navy, with logo (suppliers)

 



Girls and Boys

  • A craft apron is required for design technology.
  • Jewellery is not permitted (only one small stud in each ear lobe is allowed)
  • No facial or body piercings, including nose studs. Earrings limited to one stud per ear.
  • Pupils’ hair must not reflect the extremes of youth culture. (Pastoral Leader’s discretion).
  • Name labels should be attached to the inside of each item of clothing.
  • Summer Uniform: During the second half of the Summer term, and at other times when the weather is hot, the Headteacher may allow summer uniform, which is to say that pupils need not wear a blazer. However, if a pupil should need to wear an additional garment for warmth, this must be the school blazer; no other garment should be worn in its place. Ties must be worn as normal. NB: There will be no change to these Uniform Regulations without reasonable prior notice.
  • The wearing of a single significant item such as a Christian crucifix or Sikh kara (wristband) are allowed. They must be removed for P.E. All other requests should be discussed with the Head of Year.