Uniform

At Ingleby Manor Free School we expect every student and member of staff to achieve the highest standards they are capable of, in every sphere of school life. High standards of personal presentation and correct wearing of uniform are important and can make a significant contribution to our ethos of mutual respect throughout the school. We encourage all students and staff to take pride in their personal presentation including having suitable haircuts and hairstyles, smart attire correctly worn, and appropriately discrete make-up and jewellery. If you have any queries or would like advice about any aspect of our uniform and presentation policy, then please ask any member of the school staff – we will be pleased to help.

We have designed our uniform to be smart and practical and have consulted widely with our suppliers at Elizabeth’s Embroidery, our Trustees, founding families, staff and the wider community.

Girls

Boys

Navy blue blazer with school logo

Navy blue blazer with school logo

School tie

School tie

White office style shirt with a collar suitable for a tie (no polo shirts)

White office style shirt with a collar suitable for a tie (no polo shirts)

Charcoal grey trousers (no cling style trousers e.g. leggings or combats/ chinos) OR charcoal grey knee length skirt

Charcoal grey trousers (no combats/ chinos) OR charcoal grey knee length shorts

Plain flat black shoes – block heel style, maximum height 3cm (no pumps, trainers or kitten heels)

Plain flat, black shoes (no trainers)

Plain black, charcoal grey or white socks, or plain black, charcoal grey or navy blue tights

Plain grey or black socks

School bag – sufficiently robust and able to fit an A4 folder inside

School bag – sufficiently robust and able to fit an A4 folder inside

PE kit

  • School colours sports shirt
  • Plain navy sports socks
  • School colours shorts or skort
  • Training shoes or sports boots
  • Plain navy tracksuit bottoms School colours tracksuit bottoms (optional)
  • School colours hoodie (optional)

Students wearing clothing associated with religious belief should, where possible, adhere to the school’s colour scheme.

Jewellry and hairstyles

Our aim is to establish a culture of respect and hard work and as such we plan to remove avoidable distractions with the following guidelines:

  • Students should wear no more than a single stud earring in each ear. These will need to be removed by the student for the duration of Sports lessons.
  • No other personal jewellery is to be worn other than a wristwatch.
  • There should be no body art or body piercings visible.
  • Extremes of hair fashions are not permitted.