School Uniform & Equipment
School Uniform and Equipment
The school’s uniform suppliers as are:
Chez Rama Top of Form: 9-11, Clemens St, Leamington Spa, CV31 2DW, Tel: 01926 450231
Please call Chez Rama to find out how they are operating due to Covid-19.
Stitch-Tech Ltd: 7c Jenton Road, Sydenham, Leamington Spa CV31 1XS, Tel: 01926 883366
Stich Tech are operating through an online booking system on their website:
The Campion blazer, the correct house tie, long or short-sleeved white shirt, black trousers with a plain black belt (no jeans or trousers of a very slim fit or other unusual fit). Plain black, V-neck jumper, or a hip-length, V-neck cardigan (cardigan should sit on the hips – long cardigans will be NOT be allowed) to wear in cold weather, to be worn with the blazer. Plain black leather shoes (not trainers). All pupils will be required to wear plain black socks and not bright white socks.
The Campion blazer, white shirt or blouse with the correct House tie. Plain black trousers (no jeans or trousers of a very slim fit or other unusual fit) or the Campion school skirt school skirt with the two school logos emblazoned onto it. Only a plain black belt is allowed if necessary. ). Plain black, V-neck jumper, or a hip-length, V-neck cardigan (cardigan should sit on the hips – long cardigans or shrugs are NOT allowed) to wear in cold weather, to be worn with the blazer. All pupils will be required to wear plain black socks and not bright white socks. Plain black Leather shoes (not trainers
For boys and girls: a sensible outdoor coat in a sombre colour (not denim) that does not carry any unacceptable logos. Hoodies are not acceptable as school coats and are banned from school.
In addition, any pupil wearing a turban or hijab will need to ensure that it is black and not any other colour.
The PE uniform is available from both of our uniform suppliers. It is compulsory for students to be equipped with the correct PE kit – pupils are expected to take responsibility by arriving for PE lessons with the correct equipment. As all pupils have more than one PE lesson in a week it is suggested that students have more than one Campion polo shirt available. Especially if they are keen to be involved in extra-curricular sports activities.
Boys’ PE Uniform
The compulsory uniform is the Campion blue & orange sports top and rugby top, the black midlayer fleece, matching blue & orange shorts. In addition, they require royal blue sports socks, shin pads, trainers, and football boots
Girls’ PE Uniform
The compulsory uniform is the Campion blue & orange sports top – either the more fitted girls’ version or the same top as the boys, the black midlayer fleece, matching blue & orange skort, royal blue sports socks and trainers. The optional part of the uniform for girls is a blue & orange fleece (worn over the sports top), black tracksuit bottoms (worn over the skort), black PE leggings (worn under the skort).
Students are able to wear plain black base layers, leggings or tracksuit bottoms. For the girls the black PE leggings should be worn under the skort.
Pupils can also have their surnames printed in white on the back of the sports top, and/or rugby top and/or back top. Only their official surname will be allowed. No nicknames or first names.
All students need to have a pencil case containing the following:
- Two black/blue biros
- Two pencils
- One pencil eraser
- One, 6” ruler
- 2 pencil sharpeners
All pupils should have an appropriate backpack to store equipment – handbags are not acceptable.
Uniform Marking and Lost Property
Please make sure that each item of school uniform and equipment is marked clearly with your child’s name so that it can be returned if lost. All lost property is kept at Reception and, each term, pupils are invited to claim any unwanted items – at the end of term remaining items are disposed of.
Make-Up, Jewellery and Hair Styling
Only minimal appropriate make-up and clear nail varnish is acceptable. Students will be asked to remove anything considered unsuitable.
The school also has guidelines about the wearing of jewellery. Students are only allowed to wear earrings, one small stud per ear. Bracelets, necklaces, rings, nose studs and other piercings are not permitted. Religious exceptions should be discussed with the Headteacher. Any inappropriate jewellery worn will be confiscated and put in the school safe.
All students are expected to remove outdoor clothes such as coats and scarves when entering classrooms and the refectory. Hats, including baseball caps, should not be worn inside the school building. Hoods are never to be worn when on the school site.
Extreme haircuts and styles are not allowed. No pupil is allowed to have very short hair, tram lines cut into their hair or unnatural hair colouring(s). All pupils with long hair are strongly advised to have it contained neatly for safety reasons when necessary.
If you have any queries, please contact the school or email