Uniform

A smart dress code benefits everyone

The governors, staff and parents at Warberry Church of England Academy place great emphasis on high standards. Our drive to realising these standards encompasses all aspects of academy life; teaching and learning; relationships; behaviour and dress code, etc. Wearing of the correct academy uniform is encouraged. The support of parents is very important in this. It is very important that all clothing is clearly labelled. Kilts, bookbags and ties are available from Riviera Schooldays, Torquay and jumpers/cardigans online via Price and Buckland.

RECEPTION TO YEAR 6

Boys

Girls

  • Scarlet cardigan with Warberry logo
  • Royal Stewart Tartan kilt  – knee length.
  • White blouse
  • White socks (short or long)
  • Black or red tights
  • School tie, red with grey stripes – academy office
  • Red gingham summer dress –  knee length
  • Low heeled black shoes (not trainers)
  • Low heeled sandals in summer with socks (not slip-ons)
  • Recently, we have had a few enquiries from parents and our older girls regarding girls wearing trousers to school. We have taken on board this feedback and made the decision to enable girls to wear grey school trousers as a gender-neutral option if they would like to. The current school uniform policy remains and the trousers will be an optional extra.

Other essentials:

  • Book bag
  • Small PE bag
  • White PE shirt
  • Stretchy, black or navy shorts
  • Plimsolls for the hall
  • Tracksuit and Trainers

Art/Craftwork

  • An old shirt or apron is useful as a protection.

NURSERY

BOYS

  • Red sweatshirt with logo
  • Trousers – grey
  • Red polo t shirt
  • Socks – grey
  • Shoes – Black (no trainers), Sandals with socks in summer

GIRLS

Please label ALL clothing

Hair: Children with hair longer than collar length should have their hair tied back at all times. Children’s hair should be one natural hair colour. Shaven heads and unsuitable fashion haircuts are not permitted. Other: Children are not permitted to wear jewellery (except studs), coloured nail varnish, tattoos or trainers to school. The school cannot take responsibility for loss or damage of pupils’ personal possessions and items such as mobile telephones.