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Uniform Delivery Schedule 2022
Orders will be delivered to Waingels on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of every month except for the following:
20TH JULY- Last delivery of the academic year
7TH SEPTEMBER- First delivery of the academic year
7TH DECEMBER- Last delivery of the calendar year
SUMMER UNIFORM COLLECTION DATES- COLLECTION FROM RECEPTION:
Thursday 14th July- 13:30-15:30
Thursday 18th August- 11:00-13:00
Thursday 1st September (Inset Day) - 11:00-13:00
To order uniform, please click the logos below to access the online shops:
If you have any problems ordering school uniform, please email email@example.com
While the holidays are just about to begin, July is almost over which is why we must encourage you to start your uniform shopping with our uniform suppliers SWI. SWI recommend getting your Back to School shop completed in July to avoid the August rush. You can find the correct uniform on the link below...
If you have an outstanding order and require an update, please contact our customer service team who will do their best to answer your queries:
All students are expected to wear school uniform at all times and if, for whatever reason, they are not able to do so they need a note from home so that we can deal with the issue appropriately.
Please use this measuring guide to aid with purchasing your child's uniform.
The Culture & Values Policy sets out our clear uniform expectations in detail.
Jewellery – Any jewellery worn should adhere to the Waingels Health and Safety protocols. Only single small studs may be worn in each ear or nose. No other jewellery is permitted. All jewellery must be removed for practical lessons
Waingels has adopted the Halo code, this code champions the right for staff and students to embrace all Afro-hairstyles but also acknowledges that this should be in line with the school’s uniform policy.
- That head wraps and scarves should reflect other elements of the dress code
- That hair may need to be tied up for health and safety reasons – at Waingels this means Science, PE and other practical lessons.
- That hair colour is reflective of the wider dress code policy
Sixth Form Dress Code Contract 2021-2022
It is important that all Sixth Form students take pride in their appearance. The dress code below outlines what is considered office smart at Waingels and will apply at all times on the college site, unless on a trip or specific, teacher-approved activity that requires different clothing.
Smart tops or blouses. This can include plain coloured t-shirts
Chinos, formal trousers or skirts to appropriate length
Tailored Shorts in the Summer
Dark jackets suitable for formal office wear
Smart shoes suitable for formal office wear *This can include black air force ones or another plain black, polishable shoe
Appropriate Sportswear for PE lessons
Sixth Form lanyards must be worn at all times
*If you take BTEC Sport you are permitted to wear your Waingels Sports Kit
Casual T shirts
Jeans or skin-tight trousers
Short skirts, shorts or leggings (unless underneath a dress)
Tops that are cropped
Tops or dresses that are strapless or have spaghetti or halter style straps
Large logos or branding on clothing
Hoodies *Waingels Leavers hoodies are permitted
Trainers or other casual shoes, or shoes with a white rubber sole or logo
Being Waingels Ready includes having the correct equipment so that students are ready to learn. There will be some special equipment that different subjects ask you to buy, but as a basic students should have a pencil case that includes:
- Blue or black writing pens/ biros
- Pair of compasses
- Scentific calculator (recommended Casio FX-83 GTX)
Students may also like:
- Coloured pens/ pencils
- Glue stick
- Green and purple biros for marking and correcting work