Boys Kit

Girls Kit

Red/red & black reversible rugby shirt

 

Plain black shorts (no stripes)

Plain black skort or shorts (no stripes)

Plain black polo shirt with school badge

Plain black polo shirt with school badge

Plain black football socks

Plain black hockey socks

White ankle/sport socks

White ankle/sport socks

Shin pads

Shin pads

Football boots (moulded studs only— no blades)

Football boots (moulded studs only— no blades)

Sports trainers (not fashion trainers)

Sports trainers (not fashion trainers)

Black sweatshirt with school badge (optional)

Black sweatshirt with school badge (optional)

Black tracksuit trousers with school badge (optional)

Black tracksuit trousers with school badge (optional)

Towel

Towel

Spare underwear

Spare underwear

Gumshield

Gumshield

I would also like to take this opportunity to explain to new parents and students the expectations that the PE department have and the reasons for them:

  • Students are required to bring their PE kit to every lesson regardless of illness or injury. Those that do not will be placed into a lunchtime detention.
  • If your child is suffering from illness or injury then a note will be required to explain its nature. However, this note is only a request from you. As professionals, we, the staff in the PE department, know what activity we have planned and therefore can make judgements on whether it is necessary for your child to be excused from the lesson. We often find that by modifying the activity, those with illnesses or injuries are still able to learn and participate in some form. Any illness or injury lasting more than two weeks will require a note from either the doctor or hospital.
  • Students who are injured or suffering from illness will still be expected to get changed into their PE kit for the lesson unless the injury or illness prevents them or would be made worse by doing so. The reasons for this are:
  1. Depending on the activity your child may still be able to participate in some aspect of the lesson as explained above.
  2. Your child must stay with their teaching group at all times. That may mean that your child is expected to go on to the field in times of bad weather. This results in them getting their school clothes wet, which they then have to sit around in for the rest of the day, often making their illness worse. By changing into their PE kit on such days, your child will have clean and dry clothes to wear for the rest of the day, helping their recovery rate from the illness.

All items must be named ready for when your child starts school No aerosols are allowed in the PE changing rooms