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All items of  uniform and PE kit are available at Penny's School Outfitter in Cheshunt.  Some items of PE kit are stocked at ORC, a company based in Nazeing. 

We are proud of our school uniform, which is worn by all students in Years 7 to 11.  Parents will understand that by accepting a place at The Broxbourne School, they have undertaken to ensure that their son or daughter attends in the correct uniform every day.

Full details of the uniform can be found below:

  • Dark grey trousers (optional black in Years 9 to 11)
  • Plain white shirt
  • School tie
  • Dark, plain socks
  • Plain grey v-neck pullover (black in Years 9 to 11) - optional
  • School blazer (cherry in Years 7 and 8, black in Years 9 to 11)
  • Sensible black shoes (no boots or trainers)
  • Trainers (no black soles)
  • White PE socks and maroon games socks
  • Maroon PE shorts and navy blue games (rugby) shorts
  • PE polo shirt - white (maroon emblem)
  • Games maroon jersey – reversible white hoop with a white collar
  • Plain unbranded navy tracksuit bottoms
  • Football boots
  • Maroon sweatshirt with white emblem (recommended)
  • Shin pads and gum shield for rugby and football
  • School kilt
  • Plain blue blouse with revere collar
  • Plain maroon v-neck pullover
  • Low heel (maximum 2.5cm) black shoes (no boots or trainers)
  • Plain socks or tights
  • House badge
  • Light blue PE shirt with emblem
  • White PE ankle socks
  • Maroon netball skirt
  • Maroon jogging bottoms or maroon netball tracksuit bottoms
  • Light blue sweatshirt with school crest
  • Long sleeve white t-shirt
  • Maroon shorts
  • Trainers (not plimsolls or ankle boots)
All P.E. kit must be clearly marked; it is the only way to ensure that kit is not mislaid.

Outdoor clothing should be plain and appropriate.  Denim and leather coats are not acceptable, nor are coats with logos. Inappropriate and extreme hairstyles (length, steps, colour etc.) are not acceptable at school.  Boys must not have hair shorter than a number three cut and if longer on top, blended to avoid extreme contrasting lengths.  Children will be removed from lessons if they ignore this rule.

Girls are not allowed to wear make-up at school. This includes coloured nail polish or false nails. No jewellery may be worn except a small cross or religious medallion.  A small signet ring is permissible.  Girls who have pierced ears may wear one pair of plain studs in the earlobe only.  Boys are not allowed to wear earrings at school.  No other piercing is allowed.