At King Charles I School we are proud of our standards of school uniform that are the result of a high degree of co-operation between parents/carers, students and the school.

We are firm believers in a school uniform that is properly and consistently worn. We believe that this helps young people to develop a real pride in themselves and their school and to look smart helps them to think smart too. Uniform helps students to feel part of our community, and makes the point that there is no discrimination. It sets a standard which supports our expectations of work and behaviour. We find it helps maintain the right environment for learning.

All students wear their uniform both in school and when representing the school at events or on visits. When the students are travelling to and from school in the community we expect that the same high uniform expectations are met with the students wearing the uniform with pride and role modelling our beliefs. Outdoor coats may be worn over, but not instead of, blazers which are compulsory in Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. In this respect we expect no less from our students than an employer would expect of their employees.

We recommend that name tapes should be put into all garments.

The school keeps a stock of uniform and shoes. If students attend school dressed inappropriately, they will be expected to borrow items and change. If this is not possible we reserve the right to place students in isolation until the issue has been rectified and our expectations have been met.

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King Charles I School
Comberton Road, Kidderminster,
Worcestershire. DY10 1XA

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