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Chulmleigh College

Chulmleigh Community College, Chulmleigh, Devon, EX18 7AA

Uniform

School Uniform Policy

We believe that the wearing of a uniform promotes a sense of unity throughout the College, and this is particularly the case with our new uniform, which was changed following requests from students via their Peer Parliament.  

 

Our uniform consists of:

Blazers 

Black blazers with College logo purchased from the College’s approved supplier, Thomas Moore, Exeter.

School jumpers can be worn below the blazer and are optional

Shirts

Plain white shirt with long or short sleeves.  All shirts should be long enough to tuck into trousers and skirts at all times.

Tie

House colour clip-on tie

Please note that if pins are removed from ties, or knots are modified, the tie will need to be replaced.

Trousers

Plain black school trousers. Non shiny, no adornments, tight fitting trousers or jeans. In the summer term only formal plain black knee length shorts may be worn.

Skirts

School black box pleated skirt, knee length. Available from Thomas Moore Exeter

Jumpers

Black V-neck, long sleeved jumper with College logo. Available from Thomas Moore Exeter.

Socks

Plain colour socks

Outside coat

A sensible outdoor coat or jacket, essentially plain. No logos allowed.

Shoes

Plain black shoes of sensible and safe style. Boots can be worn if covered by trousers.

No canvas style shoes, trainers, open-toed, pumps, high-heeled or sling-back shoes or UGG boots are allowed

Games kit

Rugby shirt in House colour. Available from Thomas Moore Exeter.

Black shorts

Black rugby socks

Football boots

Sports kit

Plain black T-shirt or polo shirt

Black shorts

White socks

Non-marking training shoes

Optional - Black tracksuit

  • Only natural-looking hair colours are acceptable.
  • Jewellery. If ears are pierced one stud in each ear may be worn. Also acceptable one small neck chain and one plain ring. No other jewellery may normally be worn.  All jewellery must be removed for physical education lessons.
  • It is essential that an apron is worn in practical lessons such as Art and Technology.
  • Discreet make-up is acceptable.