The school uniform is as follows:
School sweatshirt with school logo
Black T-shirt with school logo
Black or grey school trousers
Black school shoes or predominantly black “trainers.”
P E Kit – shorts or track bottoms, t-shirt and training shoes
Black sweatshirts can be purchased for £10 each. Black T-shirts are £8 each. Both come with the school logo.
We expect our students to follow our code of conduct as well as wear appropriate dress, as would any child in any school. We feel that the wearing of Rosewood School uniform gives our students a sense of identity and collective well being. We also think it is a lot easier on parents/carers to organise rather than having an endless choice of clothes.
Jewellery must not be worn in school. This is in line with guidelines on Health and Safety from the Department for Education.
Please help us in this by ensuring that your child does not wear jewellery to school. If they do and we have to ask them to remove it there is always the danger that it will be lost and school is not responsible for this.
Any dangerous item is banned from school, e.g. all knives, including penknives, will be confiscated if found and kept until they are collected by parents/carers. Mobile phones, personal stereos and electronic games must not be used and will be removed for safe keeping to be returned at the end of the school day. If a pupil fails to hand in a mobile phone this will be confiscated and must be collected by parent/carers. The school will not be responsible for any loss of or damage to these items while they are on school premises. NB SMOKING IS NOT ALLOWED IN SCHOOL
All cigarettes and matches found will be destroyed.
Any lighters found will be confiscated and kept for one week only before being destroyed.
Please help us by ensuring that your child does not bring any of these things to school. The school is keen to assist families in re-educating their children about the dangers of smoking.
No facial or body piercing of any kind will be allowed in school.
Although all equipment can be provided we feel that it is part of any child’s education to become responsible for bringing in one’s own pen and pencil. We would remind parents/carers that ink pens are banned.