All King’s students are expected to be clean, neat and tidy in their appearance and to wear school uniform in school, on the journey to and from school and on school occasions. The school expects students to present themselves as they would in a professional, ‘uniformed’ organisation. Top buttons must be done up, with the tie covering the top button.
Shirts must be tucked in, and personal headphones must not be visible. Hair must be clean and well groomed, with no extremes of length, style or colour (hair should be a natural colour). Students must be clean-shaven, with no beards or moustaches, unless there is a recognised religious or cultural reason.
Uniform can be purchased from:
- School Uniform - Streetguise Apparel Ltd (online only - http://www.kingsgrantham.schoolguise.co.uk).
- PE Kit - Price and Buckland - the P.E. kit will be available from Price and Buckland.
- Some items of our uniform are available from Downtown, Gonerby Moor, Nr Grantham (www.oldrids.co.uk) Downtown expect to be stocking the new P.E. kit from the beginning of the summer holiday (please check this before making a trip).
- The PTFA runs a second-hand clothing shop, details and prices are available on the PTFA pages of this website. If you wish to purchase any of the second hand stock from the PTFA shop, please email the PTFA at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone the reception and leave a message and we will return your call. All donations of uniform are welcome and can left at the reception.
Certain general items* are available at most retail clothing shops and stores, but these must conform closely to the standard school uniform.
- Black blazer with badge - Sixth Form wear a maroon blazer with badge.
- White formal shirt* – long or short sleeve cotton/polycotton.
- Black or dark grey long trousers* (not jeans, cords or casuals).
- School tie.
- Dark grey or black socks*
- Black shoes* (not suede). Boots and trainers are not permitted.
- Grey pullover with maroon stripe or plain grey v-neck pullover*
- Dark blue or black outer garments* are preferred.
- Multi-coloured jackets, hoodies, excessively long coats and coats with excessive logos are not permitted.
- Sixth Form students may wear a plain grey or black cardigan under their blazer.
All students must wear a blazer with a badge, a white formal shirt, school tie, black shoes (not suede) and dark grey or black trousers (not jeans or cords).
Students may wear a plain grey V-neck jumper. Sixth Formers may wear a plain grey or plain black cardigan instead of a V-neck jumper, provided the cardigan remains buttoned up and is worn under the blazer
Students cannot wear:
- overcoat/jacket/fleece/jumper or cardigan in lieu of blazer.
Pupils are expected to wear the correct kit. Please note that for Year 7, commencing in September 2019 onwards, the new P.E. kit will be compulsory and only available from Price and Buckland. Please access their online shop via the logo at the bottom of this website.
Students in years 10-13 may continue to wear the existing PE/Games Kit and replace where possible, (while stocks continue to be available).
Rugby and Football
Years 7-11: Rugby shirt in House colours, school rugby shorts, school socks and appropriate boots*.
Optional: School tracksuit.
Years 7-11: P.E. shirt, school PE shorts, white socks* and trainers*
Note: All garments must be clearly marked with the student’s name.
Students will need a Casio calculator from the Easter of Year 7 onwards.
Students must bring wired headphones with a 3.5 mm jack for music lessons.
In the lower and middle school all students wear the same style of tie with a coloured strip to represent their house. The following three ties are awarded to members of the Sixth Form:
|Sixth Form Tie||Prefects||Senior Prefects and Head Boy|