At St David’s High School, we expect students to wear their uniform with pride. We believe uniform can assist in supporting positive behaviour, discipline and protect students from social pressures to dress in a particular way. Our uniform is designed to be practical and inexpensive and items are readily available from main department stores.
White polo shirt with school logo.
Black crew neck sweatshirt, jumper, cardigan or pullover with school logo.
Plain black trousers (tight/skinny trousers, jeans or leggings are NOT permitted)
Tailored black skirt worn on the knee (tube skirts or denim skirts are NOT permitted)
Plain black shoes with a low heel
Black, grey or white socks (black or flesh coloured Lycra tights are acceptable
Black/dark grey or navy outer garment (casual, sportswear type outer garments are NOT permitted)
School sweatshirts, polo shirts and P.E. kit are available from our supplier Get Logo’d LTD at their premises in Shotton: http://www.getlogod.co.uk/
48 Chester Road, Shotton, Deeside, CH5 1QA
Telephone: 01244 816955
Please click on the link below to apply for a uniform grant;
Note: Please only apply if your child is starting reception, primary Year 3 or high school Year 7 & Year 10.
All students are expected to participate in Physical Education unless excused on medical grounds supported by a note from the doctor. The following clothing is necessary for full participation and can be ordered from the school supplier during the New Intakes Parents Evening.
Black t-shirt with school logo
Black shorts with school logo
Black football socks
Black and white striped football shirt
Black fleece with school logo
Gym & Athletics
Black t-shirt with logo
Black shorts with logo
In the interests of hygiene, a towel and a change of undergarment is needed.
For gymnastics students will work in bare feet in accordance with national guidelines. All P.E. items should be clearly marked with the students’ name. It would be helpful if indoor footwear could have non-marking soles.
Health and Safety
Pupils are advised that the wearing of a mouth-guard can in some circumstances offer a measure of protection against mouth/jaw injury, and that a properly fitted mouth-guard will probably offer the best protection.
Where mouth-guards have NOT been individually fitted by a dentist or dental technician, it is essential that any manufacturers instructions relating to the wearing of the mouth-guard are strictly followed.Whatever its origins a mouth-guard must fulfill the following criteria:
- It needs to fit comfortably but tight.
- It needs to be easily remove able.
- It should not impair breathing in any way.
- In the interest of oral hygiene, it should be made of a substance that can be effectively cleaned.
- Make-up is not allowed in the lower school-Years 7,8 and 9
- The use of make-up is not to be encouraged in the upper school-Years 10 & 11
- When make-up is used discreetly it will be acceptable
- Students are allowed to wear a watch, necklace and a maximum of one ring per hand. If earrings are to be worn they must be studs (no more than one earring allowed per ear)
- No badges or brooches are allowed and neither is any form of body piercing.
- Any unsuitable jewellery will be confiscated and kept in the school safe until collected by a person with parental responsibility
- Jewellery must be covered for P.E. and handed to the P.E. teacher for safekeeping in a clear plastic envelope with the student’s name written clearly on the outside.
- If students choose not to follow this advice and loss or damage occurs at this or any other time, to any item, school cannot be held responsible in any way.
- Students should adhere to the dress code and refrain from cutting their hair in outrageous styles or colours.
- Failure to comply with the dress code will result in disciplinary action being taken by the school.
- Mobile phones, iPads, radios and computer games.
- The school strongly advises students NOT to bring such items to school and as with jewellery; we cannot be held responsible for loss or damage.