All pupils attending Kings’ school are required to wear the correct uniform, which has been designed so that it is simple, clear and practical. Uniform can be purchased from the shop, which can be found in C3, upstairs in the Community Centre at Kings’. Below is some useful information to help you to purchase the correct uniform, which adheres to the school rules and regulations.

Dear Parent/Guardian,

Due to Mock Exams being held in the community centre During December, the Uniform Shop will need to close to parents from Thursday 10th December until the end of term.

There will be absolutely no access to the Uniform Shop whilst the exams are taking place, under any circumstance.

My apologies for any inconvenience caused, and thank you for your patience during this time. I hope you understand the importance of keeping the noise level and any disruption to the candidates to a bare minimum during the Exams.

The Uniform Shop will continue to be open to pupils, lunchtimes at the usual opening hours, and will reopen to parents on Thursday 7th January at its usual time of 10am to 11am.

Your faithfully

Donna Lawless

Kings’ Uniform Shop Administrator

 

 

PE Kit Letter

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Shoe Policy

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Opening Times

and Guide to Purchasing Uniform
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Uniform List

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Price guide

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Price List

2nd Hand
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Lost Property

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Lunchbox

Kings' Lunchbox
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Uniform Measuring Guides

Blazer

Measuring Guide
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Polo Shirt

Measuring Guide
Dowbload

Senior Boys Trouser

Measuring Guide
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Junior Boys Trouser

Measuring Guide
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Girls Trouser

Measuring Guides
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Senior Skirt

Measuring Guide
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Tape Measure Template in

Centimeters
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Tape Measure Template in

Inches
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General Note

All belongings should be clearly marked with the pupil’s name. Named items of lost property can usually be retrieved from Matron. The school accepts no responsibility for lost property, it is up to the pupil to check Matron for lost items. After six months the school will dispose of any outstanding items with lost property.

Valuables, large amounts of money or expensive items must not be brought into School. Mobile hones must not be used in school and should be kept safely out of sight. If a pupil is found using their mobile phone it will be confiscated. Confiscated mobile phones must be collected from Reception by a Parent/Guardian.

Responsibility cannot be accepted by the Education Committee, Governors or school for any items mislaid, lost or stolen.