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Bradley Stoke Community School



  • Black shoes – plain black, no logos, heels no higher than 3cm, no trainers, no boots
  • Black or white socks or black tights
  • Black trousers – tailored (trousers e.g. not high in lycra or with lots of pockets or in jeans style. Reception pupils may wear plain black jogging bottoms)
  • Black skirt – knee length (not stretchy or tight)
  • Black pinafore
  • White polo shirt with logo
  • Teal sweatshirt with logo or Teal cardigan with logo
  • Black tailored shorts (not chinos or with lots of pockets)
  • Pale blue gingham school dress
  •  Hair longer than shoulder length must be tied back at all times and should be kept in a natural and tidy style (e.g. no shaved patterns or dyed). Hair ties should be black or teal.
  • No jewellery allowed at all; a watch will be allowed at KS2
  • Religious headwear may be worn in plain black or teal
  • No make-up or nail varnish is allowed


  • White T-shirt (plain, no logos)
  • Black shorts
  • Black or white socks
  • Plimsolls (black) or trainers

 PE Optional (KS2)

  • Black tracksuit bottoms (plain, no logos)
  • Black sweatshirt with logo (optional)
  • Black fleece with logo

 Essential equipment

  • Book bag – jade with logo
  • PE Bag (for PE uniform)
  • Wellies
  • Water Proof jacket and trousers

 Optional equipment

  • Cap – black with logo
  • Water bottle – black with logo

  Please clearly name all items of uniform and equipment.

 Purchase of Uniform

 Uniform can be purchased from INITIALLY YOURS:

 Initially Yours

Old Gloucester Road



BS16 1RP

Tel: 01179 560909

Fax: 01179 566888


Opening Hours:

Monday – Friday 9.30am – 5.00pm (Wednesday 9.30am – 1.00pm extending to 5.00pm from July to September)

Orders can also be placed online through the Initially Yours website. 



  Assistance with Purchase of School Uniform

The Trust can offer support of 100% towards the cost of two of each item of essential uniform per academic year if:

  • a student is in receipt of free schools meals or is recorded as eligible for Pupil Premium

 The Trust can offer support of 50% towards the cost of two of each item of essential uniform per academic year if:

  •  families of a student are in receipt of working tax credit and where the household income is less than the income threshold for free school meals eligibility (currently £16,190, April 2013)

Requests for support should be made in writing to the Business Manager, Denise Law-Smith, who can be contacted on 01454 868840 or by email