At Burton Borough School we pride ourselves in the appearance of our students. Visitors who come to Burton Borough often comment upon how well dressed our students are and how their appearance reflects positively both upon themselves and the school in general. We are proud of this and recognise that this is a reflection of the tremendous support that we have from our parents and carers.

Burton Borough Uniform

Boys and Girls Uniform

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Blazer

Years 7-9: Black Blazer with badge on chest pocket and sleeves rolled down.

Years 10-11: Navy Blue blazer or black blazer with badge on chest pocket and sleeves rolled down.

All students must wear their blazer around school. Students may remove their blazer in lessons at the teachers discretion. Blazer sleeves are NOT allowed to be rolled up.
Trousers Standard black tailored trousers NO hipster, skinny, flared trousers, jeans or trousers with exposed fashion buttons, laces or zips.
Belts Plain black belt NO Large belt buckles
Skirt

Years 7,8,& 9: Kelso tartan skirt (blue).

Year 10- 11: Students can wear a black cotton skirt (Academic year 2017-18 only). All skirts must be on the knee length.

NO black jersey skirts (Including strechy t-shirt type material, or any skirt material that contains lycra/elastane) and skirts MUST NOT be rolled up.
Shirt White shirt or blouse. These may be either long or short sleeved but must be capable of being tucked into trousers or skirts and must be tucked in at all times. There must be a top button that can be done up so that the clip-on-tie can be attached.

NO short fitted blouses or un-tucked shirts.

Regualr collar. No rounded collars.

Jumper

Black "V" necked sweater (optional) worn underneath their blazer.

Year 11 platinum students may wear a black jumper with school logo.

NO hoodies and they are not to be worn as either a jumper or a coat, except for Year 11 'BBS Leaves Hoodies' in the last week of term before study leave. Any hoodie worn on site will be confiscated until parents collect it.
Tie School Tie - Clip-on-tie with small school logo. Students who prepresent thier County/Region/Country in any form of Sport, Expressive Art or BBS band who hav ebeen awarded a tie can wear this in place of their school tie as a privilege. Students must seek permission by the principal to do so. Year 11 Platinum students may wear platinum, silver tie. NO ties unclipped or positioned lower than the top button in school.
Socks Plain, Black socks. No Coloured socks or leggings
Tights Black or flesh coloured NO Patterned tights, lace tights, fishnet tights, coloured tights or footless tights.
Shoes Sensible, Plain, Black leather or PVC Leather school shoes with sensible heels (height 3cm). They must be plain black shoes and if they have any laces they must also be black. The ankle bone must be visible.

NO fabric, canvas, trainers, 'converse-style', sports shoes, umps, sandals, creepers, wedges, dance slippers, sling backs, mules or boots.

Students wearing inappropriate shoes will be expected to change out of them. If you are unsurewhat is not acceptable please check with your small school team before purchasing.

Coat Plain coats are recomended but not compulsory. Coats to be worn over uniform to and from school. NO coats worn in school and they must not have any inappropirate logos/slogans.
Bag Large enough and strong enough to carry the necessary books. NO small handbags that cannot fit books.
Make up Subtle make-up is acceptable at KS4 - this is natural foundation and includes clear nail varnish.

NO makeup is allowed in KS3.

NO blusher or bronzer, a subtle coat of mascarsa.

NO thickly coated eyelashes, false eyelashes, eye shadow, eyeliner or pencilied in eyebrows.

NO false nail extensions, clip-on nails or coloured nail varnish.

Staff reserve the right to ask students to remove excess make-up at thier discretion.

Hair Styles Sensible hair styles. NO extreme hair colour or styles such as backcombed hair or shaved patterns.
Hair Acessories Plain, dark blue or black hair bands or bobbles. NO coloured hair bands, Bobbles or large flowers.
Jewellery

A watch and one small (4mm maximum) plain gold or silver stud per ear. Two charity wristbands are permitted and in addition one anti-bullying wristband.

A religious bangle may be worn and any religious necklace can be worn underneath the shirt if it is confirmed in writing by the parent.

NO large earrings, ear gauges, ear cuffs, dangly earrings or fashion earrings.

NO bangles, bracelets or non-charity wristbands, non-school charity badges.

NO rings.

ALL other body piercings (tongue, nose, lips, belly button, eyebrows etc.) ARE FORBIDDEN ON THE GROUND OF HEALTH AND SAFETY IN AND AROUND SCHOOL.

Headwear Plain black headscarf or plain black turban. Can only be worn for religious reasons (to be discussed with head of school).
Contact Lenses or Glasses Prescription lenses and Glasses only. NO coloured contacts or fashion glasses.