Gorse Hill School For Parents

School Uniforms

To instil a sense of belonging to and equality within our school community, all pupils at Gorse Hill School are expected to wear the correct school uniform. This consists of:

  • A white polo shirt, shirt, or blouse.
  • Black or grey trousers, shorts, or skirt.
  • Blue checked dresses in the summer.
  • Sensible black footwear.

Uniform expectation: Logo on sweatshirt or cardigan and logo on book bag.

PE Kit

PE kits should be brought in a suitable named bag. Please label all clothing with your child’s name. The PE kit consists of:

  • A House t-shirt (Red, Blue, Green or Yellow)
  • Black/blue shorts/jogging bottoms.
  • A school jumper in winter
  • Daps or trainers.


A lost property box will be available in the school entrance office should any missing uniform items be recovered.

Online Ordering

The school sweat shirt and other items. featuring our logo, can be ordered directly from our supplier.

Click on the button below to be directed to their ordering page.

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Additional Notes

Jewellery should be kept to a minimum. It is fine to wear jewellery due to a religious belief.

Earrings should be small stud earrings. Hoop earrings are not allowed as they are a risk during PE lessons and at playtime.

Nail varnish and makeup are not permitted in school, unless with the express permission of the principal.

If, for cultural reasons, parents wish their child to wear a particular type of clothing during the school day, this is absolutely fine. Examples include a turban, headscarf, or a PE kit that includes longer-length trousers.

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