Uniform

School uniform is compulsory for years 7-11. See guidelines below for details.

Boys Uniform

These are the items which are compulsory:

  • School blazer with school badge
  • White button up school shirt
  • School tie with house colours
  • Black jumper with school logo
  • Black school trouser for boys with black or white socks
  • Black leather shoes—No Trainers eg.
    Nike/Vans/Converse. No suede or canvas. No boots
  • A plain outdoor coat with no logo
  • Suitable bag that will hold A4 size books

Girls Uniform

These are the items which are compulsory:

  • School blazer with school badge
  • White button up school shirt
  • School tie with house colours
  • Black jumper with school logo
  • Black tailored trousers with black or white socks
  • Black knee length skirt for girls with black or natural tights. Sock may be worn with skirts in warmer weather.
  • Black leather shoes—No Trainers eg.
    Nike/Vans/Converse No suede or canvas. No boots
  • A plain outdoor coat with no logo
  • Suitable bag that will hold A4 size books

Where to buy

Our current uniform supplier is YourSchoolUniform.com 

Website:  https://www.yourschooluniform.com/schools/index/theale-green-community-school-22272

You can order uniform online via their website shop. 

Friends of Theale have recently run a very successful second hand uniform sale. They have kindly agreed to run another sale when we have gathered enough uniform, so please do drop any second hand uniform into reception. It will be gratefully received.

PE Kit

Girls PE Top

PE Jersey

Boys PE Top

PE Shorts

PE Quarter Zip

Tracksuit

Uniform checks

Uniform will be visually checked daily by tutors, class teachers and staff on duty. Parents of any student in violation of the uniform rules will be communicated with quickly with an expectation that they uniform will be corrected the next day. Failure to comply will result in the student working separately from others until the situation is resolved. 

Hair and make-up

Hair styles should not be extreme. This would include shaved hair below a grade two or hair dyed to a non-conventional colour.

Make up should be discreet and subtle. Specifically, students should not be wearing coloured eyeshadows, winged eyeliner, extensive contouring/highlighting. When a member of staff judges that make up is not discreet, students will be asked to remove it. Nail varnish, gel nails or nail extensions should not be worn to school. 

Jewellery

Students are permitted to wear discreet jewellery. Specifically, this means that students may wear one pair of stud earrings (with one being worn in each earlobe).
No other piercings are acceptable and students will be required to remove any other piercings. Bracelets and neck chains are also not permitted and students would also be required to remove them. Ear stretchers, facial piercings or body piercings are not allowed and students will be required to remove them.

Students may wear a traditional wristwatch to school. Students may not wear watches which allow communication with their mobile phone device. 

Any jewellery in excess of a watch and one pair of stud earrings will be confiscated and held at Main Reception until Friday at 3pm.

Trousers and skirts

Trousers must be tailored (not jeans style), plain black and not heavy cotton, chino or denim material. Trousers must not be skinny fitting and must cover the ankle. Girl’s trousers must be tailored or boot-cut style.

Skirts must be school regulation style (Banner Henley Black Skirt) e.g. with the double pleated front and knee length. We do not expect students to wear multiple pleated or excessively short skirts.

Shoes

School shoes should be : Black and leather (or leather like) traditional school shoes. They should not have noticeable branding. Trainer like shoes or boots or heels are not accepted. Please be aware that what shops define as ‘school shoes’ may not be acceptable. If in any doubt please consult with the school before making your purchase to avoid being asked to replace them.”

Mobile phones

Mobile phones should always be turned off and in bags. If a student is seen with a mobile phone we will confiscate, and parents will be contacted to arrange collection. Having no mobile phones during social times will allow students to focus on having conversations with their peers, becoming socially active and free from the worry of social media. This all promotes positive mental health.