Bredon School pupils have a distinctive and smart school uniform which reflects the ethos and character of the school.
Our official uniform supplier (including PE kits) is Stevensons. You are able to purchase the uniform via their website www.stevensons.co.uk or via their customer service department on 01727 815700. The uniform will then be posted directly to you. We also have a series of pop up shops at Bredon School during the course of the year – please contact Mrs S Fry, Admissions Administrator to find out details of the next pop up shop.
Navy blue blazer with official school badge, available from school, cream shirt, regulation school tie, black trousers, black belt and black shoes. Please note that boys should also wear black socks with no other decoration. Shoes should be cleaned regularly and ties should be worn at a regular length.
Navy blue blazer with official school badge, available from school, cream blouse, tartan/chequered skirt, and black shoes. Skirts should be knee length. Girls may wear tights or navy/black socks, with the option of white socks during the summer term. Shoes should be cleaned regularly and ties should be worn at a regular length.
Sixth form (Years 12 and 13)
Smart business-like dress is required of Sixth Formers. For boys this should be a suit in black, dark grey or navy blue material. Pinstripes and chalk-stripes are not acceptable.
Girls may wear trouser suits or skirt suits in black, dark grey or navy blue, accompanied by dark shoes. Dresses may only be worn in the summer term. Skirts and dresses should be knee length.
It is important that our pupils adhere to the uniform policy otherwise sanctions will be issued, except in the cases of accidental infringement. Our uniform symbolises our attitude towards education and the journey of our pupils towards further study and employment.
Stationery and planners
Recommended stationery items for all pupils/students: Set of ballpoint pens, pencils, 50cm ruler, protractor, set square, compass, scientific calculator, eraser and highlighter pen. Pupils are provided with a school diary and do not need to purchase one independently.