Uniform

 

school uni

 Please use the links below to view the 2016 uniform price lists.

 Standard Uniform

Price list

 6th form Uniform

6th form price list

 PE Kit

PE Price list 2017 boys

PE Price list 2017 girls

Please note the Uniform shop will be open from 08.08.17

The shop will be open Tuesday – Friday between 10am and 2pm.

 

Code of dress for students

YEARS 7-11

 Boys

  • Sky blue polo shirt with school logo
  • Black V neck jumper or sweatshirt with school logo
  • Black, tailored trousers (not skin-tight)
  • Sensible black shoes (no trainers)
  • Black school coat (no hoodies)

Girls

  • Fitted sky blue polo shirt with school logo
  • Black V-necked jumper or cardigan with school logo
  • Black, tailored school trousers (not skin-tight) or straight knee-length school skirt
  • Sensible black shoes (no trainers)
  • Black school coat

THE SIXTH FORM

 Boys

  • White shirt with school tie
  • Black V-necked jumper with ‘Bryn Celynnog VI Form’ and school badge
  • Black tailored trousers (not skin-tight)
  • Sensible black school shoes (no trainers)
  • Black coat or jacket, any style

Girls

  • White fitted shirt or blouse, no tie
  • Black V-necked jumper with ‘Bryn Celynnog VI Form’ and school badge
  • Plain black tailored trousers (not skin-tight)or plain black knee-length skirt
  • Sensible black school shoes (no trainers)
  • Black coat or jacket, any style

PE and Games Kit

Boys

  • White polo shirt with school badge
  • School rugby shirt (black with gold/yellow/blue hoops)with school badge
  • Black shorts
  • Games socks (black)
  • Football boots
  • Training shoes
  • Swimming trunks

 Girls

  • White polo shirt with school badge
  • School sweatshirt with school badge
  • Navy games skort
  • Games socks (sky blue)
  • Training shoes
  • Swimming costume

 

Jewellery, accessories, hairstyles & facial piercings 

Hairstyles and hair colours should be natural (e.g. not ‘Mohican’, not dyed pink, etc). Students with extreme styles or colours will be sent home. The emphasis should be on learning, not making a fashion

Jewellery should be restricted to stud earrings (not hoops, for reasons of health and safety), and a watch.

Accessory belts are not part of school uniform and should not be worn in school.

Facial piercings are not permitted.

School bags should be large enough to carry an A4 ring-binder file.

Valuable items should not be brought into school. MP3 players, iPods and mobile phones must be kept in school bags and used only at break and lunchtimes. If a student misuses any of these items in a lesson, the item will be confiscated, locked in the school safe and must be collected by a parent.

NOTE: The final decision on queries regarding the dress code is at the discretion of the Headteacher.

School uniform can be purchased from the school (excluding shoes). Please contact Mrs Julie Grant, on our school number, who will be pleased to assist you