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Uniform

 Uniform - Additional Information

 

 

Uniform Grant

‘“The WG have introduced a new grant to assist families on low incomes for the purchase of:

  • School uniform including coats and shoes;
  • School sports kit including footwear;
  • Uniform for enrichment activities, including but not limited to, scouts; guides; cadets; martial arts; sports; performing arts or dance;
  • Equipment e.g. school bags and stationery;
  • Specialist equipment where new curriculum activities begin such as design and technology; and
  • Equipment for out of school hour’s trips such as outdoor learning e.g. waterproofs.
  • Some other purchases including in relation to enrichment activities, specialist equipment and equipment for out of hours trips.

The Funding is available to pupils who are eligible for free school meals or are looked after entering:

  • reception in September 2018;
  • year 7 of in September 2018

Funding is provided at £125 for each eligible pupil.

Payments will be issued based on automated eligibility checks and these checks will be carried out on a regular basis. The payment will normally be made in to your bank account, we may need to contact you to obtain this information.  

If you become eligible during the financial year or have any further queries, please contact the Benefits Team on 01495 742291 or 742377

Uniform

Croesyceiliog School understands the links between high standards of appearance and self-esteem. We know that success in all of its forms comes when an individual has good self-esteem and takes pride in their appearance. We believe that our uniform guidance is clear and unambiguous and we encourage all families buying new uniform, including coats and shoes, to consult the uniform list prior to making any purchases.

We are sure that all pupils, parent/carers will continue to support the school’s uniform requirements. The key word for our uniform is “smart”; we ask that all of our pupils take pride in their appearance and respect the requirements listed above. As a school, we understand the importance of our reputation in the community and therefore we ask that pupils where their uniform with pride when travelling to and from school as well as throughout the school day, including wearing smart coats and shoes.

Overall, we are delighted that our pupils do come to school in excellent uniform and we know that all parents/carers and pupils will ensure that these high standards are maintained in the future.

We welcome any enquiries regarding uniform. Please contact your child’s Pastoral Support Officer or Head of Year.

Student planners contain a clear uniform guide guide (see thumbnail image below)

Please click on the link below to view the updated uniform poster.  (Updated Sept 2017)

Uniform-2017-UPDATED.ppt