School Uniform Supplier Update
Please help us to keep you informed of our latest services announcements, visit this link – https://www.swischoolwear.co.uk/important-updates

All items are available from:

Sportswear International (Tel: 01928 752 610).

Orders can be placed online at: www.swidtp.co.uk

Or via post to: Fairoak Lane, Whitehouse Industrial Estate, Runcorn, WA7 3DU.

School trousers, skirts, shirts, socks & shoes can be bought from large retail outlets. 

P.E. socks, ties & headscarves can be purchased within school.

Uniform Order Form Guide
Uniform Order Form

Trinity CofE 2020 Pricelist
Parent-Plan


Outerwear / Essential Uniform

  • Trinity blazer (a compulsory item, blazers must be worn with the appropriate Trinity jumper underneath)
  • Coats may not be worn in classrooms/laboratories
  • Black smart tailored trouser (wool/polyester for boys or girls)
  • Black pleated or A-line skirt (at or below the knee)
  • Smart white shirt  with collar + top button (shirts to be tucked in at all times or girls may wear a fitted shirt)
  • Black smart flat shoes and black socks/tights. Please note black trainers are not acceptable
  • Shoes must be sturdy due to health and safety e.g. in technology lessons
  • Trinity tie (appropriate to year group, to be worn up to the neck)
  • House badge (given to students FOC on starting, replacements can be purchased from Student Services)
  • Trinity headscarves (can be worn as part of religious observance and can be purchased from Student Services)

Knitwear

  • Trinity red v-neck jumper with school logo/badge (years 7, 8 and 9)
  • Trinity black v-neck jumper with school logo/badge (years 10 and 11)

Make-up & Jewellery

  • 1 pair of plain gold/silver stud earrings in the ear lobe only and a watch (none other, due to issues of safeguarding and loss)
  • No jewellery to be worn in PE lessons
  • Facial piercings are NOT permitted
  • Make up and nail varnish are not allowed

Hats and Belts

  • Baseball hats and/or hoods or not permitted to be worn in school
  • Narrow, plain, black belts are permitted to be worn

Hair

  • Facial hair is not allowed unless it is an essential requirement of the religion
  • Hairstyles should be conventional in cut and of a natural hair colour

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PE Kit

  • Red polo shirt (with school logo, years 7, 8 and 9)
  • Black polo shirt (with school logo, years 10 and 11)
  • Black aertex design shorts (with school logo, all year groups)
  • Sports socks (red in Years 7, 8 and 9, black in years 10 and 11)
  • Trainers (students need to change into alternative footwear for PE)

Optional

  • Black leggings (for girls only)
  • Black fleece (recommended for cold weather, red for years 7, 8 and 9, black for Years 10 and 11)
  • Black skorts (can be worn by girls)

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