Ashfield School expects all its students Year 7 to Year 11 to wear the correct uniform at all times. It is the outward sign of the proud commitment to the Ashfield School community.
Where to Purchase Uniform
Ashfield School uniform can be bought from:
42 Outram St
Our uniform for Year 7 to 11 is:
- BLACK SCHOOL BLAZER with School Badge & House Colour Braid. Only badges provided by the school can be added to blazers.
- PLAIN BLACK V-NECK LONG SLEEVED JUMPER can be worn under Blazer
- PLAIN WHITE SHIRT or PLAIN LIGHT BLUE SHIRT – buttons up to the collar
- ASHFIELD PLEATED BLACK SKIRT – The skirts should be knee length and not rolled up. With a skirt you must wear ankle length socks or tights. Tights must be plain black, socks must be discreet.
- ASHFIELD TAILORED TROUSERS.
- All Pupils need to wear the logoed trousers and skirts from September 2022.
- CLIP-ON SCHOOL TIE
- PLAIN BLACK SCHOOL SHOES NO LOGOS – must be flat with backs and not open-toed. Shoes should have a black sole, no other colour sole is permitted. Trainers of any kind, Boots or Plimsolls, will not be allowed. Canvas or cloth footwear are unacceptable. Shoes should be of a hardwearing material such as leather, which can be polished.
- BELTS – if worn should be PLAIN BLACK without any logos, studs, images etc.
- EQUIPMENT – The minimum expectation is for students to have a pen, pencil, ruler and pencil case. We encourage students to bring a suitable school bag to carry their belongings..
Please Note: Maximum of one small signet ring which is discreet. Large rings and sovereign rings are not permitted. One pair of ‘Sleeper’ Ear-rings or Studs, worn in the ear lobe, and a Watch are acceptable forms of jewellery. No other form of jewellery is acceptable. No jewellery whatsoever is to be worn during PE lessons.
Smart watches are not permitted.
Face and body piercings are not permitted. No piercing retainers of any kind are to be worn.
False nails or excessively long nails are not acceptable. Nails should be no longer than 3mm in length.
The school reserves the right to challenge inappropriate pieces of dress that undermine the school’s high standards and the learning environment. Students with incorrect uniform are expected to borrow uniform from the school’s range of spare uniform.
As an example, the following items are not appropriate:
- Hooded tops or sports jackets which are not waterproof are not permitted;
- Hats are not permitted indoors. A sensible woolly hat is allowed in winter and a sensible sunhat is allowed outdoors in extreme heat. Caps are not allowed other than in these circumstances outdoors at break and lunch. Any headwear, for example bobbles, should be sensible and subtle.
- Fashion that distracts from learning, undermines the school uniform and draws unnecessary attention to individual students.
- Haircuts need to be sensible and should not cause a distraction from learning. Please check with your child’s Achievement Leader before any drastic changes are made.
- Some examples of haircuts that aren’t sensible include; patterns shaved into hair, extreme colours, colours of an unnatural shade and the use of coloured beads.
- Excessive makeup including false eyelashes is not permitted.
If your child is eligible for free school meals, we will be able to support you with uniform. Please contact your child’s Achievement Leader.
School will not be responsible for items. If students bring items in, they do so at their own risk. Mobile phones are not permitted at Ashfield School.
Physical Education Kit
|Girls Kit||Boys Kit|
|Ashfield Red and Black Polo Shirt||Ashfield Red and Black Polo Shirt|
|Plain Black Shorts or Plain Black Sports Leggings or Plain Black Tracksuit Bottoms||Plain Black Shorts or Plain Black Tracksuit Bottoms|
|Either Ashfield Rugby Shirt or Ashfield 1/4 Zip Fleece||Ashfield Rugby Shirt|
|Red Football Socks or White Sport Ankle Socks||Red Football Socks or White Sport Ankle Socks|
|Trainers||Trainers and Moulded Boots or Studded Boots|
|Shin Pads||Shin Pads|
Students are responsible for the security of all their possessions.
We strongly recommend you bring a bag to school to keep your books and belongings safe.
Students are advised not to bring unnecessary and expensive items into school particularly mobile phones. The School accepts no responsibility for items which are lost at School.