Uniform and Revision Guides

    CBEC's Uniform and Revision Shop is now available online.  Please use the links to the left of this page to order uniform and revision materials.

    Information about uniform rules is available below.

    (If you would prefer to download the forms and fill them out electronically, the order forms files are still available below.)

     

    CBEC UNIFORM AND REVISION SHOP 

    Uniform Price List Year 10 Revision Guide Order Form
    Uniform Order Form Year 11 Revision Guide Order Form
    Year 11 Uniform Order Form

     

     

    Orders can now be made by e-mailing l.crosby@cranbourne.hants.sch.uk. Please save the order form above, fill in electronically and return via e-mail.

     

    Uniform Shop Opening Times:

    Every Tuesday during term time 2.30pm to 4pm

     

    Uniform Shop Summer Holiday Opening Times:

    Wednesday 26th July 10am - 1pm 

    Tuesday 29th August 10am -1pm

     

    Please go to reception and ask for Mrs Crosby or contact:

    Tel:  01256 868616 
    Email:  l.crosby@cranbourne.hants.sch.uk 

     

     

    UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS

    BOYS YEARS 7-10

    Polo Shirt: 

    White Cranbourne polo shirt (with logo on the collar).

    Polo shirts need to be tucked in. 

       
    Pullover:  Navy crew neck sweatshirt with logo.  
       

    Trousers:

    Plain black that must be the acceptable style as sold by Skoolkit or CBEC shop (Boys trousers ST1)
       

    Socks:

    Plain colour (black, navy, grey or white)

       

    Footwear:

    Sensible black shoes. NO TRAINERS, canvas shoes or boots

       

    T-shirts:

    Any t-shirts worn under polo shirt should be plain white. 
       

    Coat:

    Plain black or blue coat.

    Denim tops, army jackets, hoodies or those with pictures or large writing etc. are NOT permitted.

     

    GIRLS YEARS 7-10

    Polo Shirt:

    White Cranbourne polo shirt (with logo on the collar).

    Polo shirts need to be tucked in.

       

    Pullovers: 

    Navy crew neck sweatshirt with logo.

       

    Skirt:

    Plain black, pleated skirt that must be the acceptable style sold by Skoolkit or CBEC shop.  (Girls SK 303)

       

    Trousers:

    Plain black that must be the acceptable style sold by Skoolkit or CBEC shop (Girls GPR Trouser)

       

    Socks:

    Plain colour  (black, navy, grey or white)

       
    Tights:

    Must be plain black and NOT patterned

       
    Footwear: Sensible low-heeled black shoes.   Stiletto or any heels less than 2cm across are not allowed, heels higher than 6cm and platform soles are not acceptable. 

    NO TRAINERS, BOOTS, CANVAS or BACKLESS SHOES.

       

    T-shirts:

    Any t-shirts worn under polo shirt should be plain white. 

       
    Coat:

    Plain black or blue coat

    Denim tops, army jackets, hoodies or  those with pictures or large writing, etc. are NOT permitted.

    Luminous arm bands or sash could be worn on darker winter days

    BOYS AND GIRLS YEARS 7-10

    As with students in Year 7 – 10 except:

    • Polo Shirt: White Cranbourne Polo shirt with logo on collar and Year 11 on breast.
    • Pullovers: Black crew neck sweatshirt with Cranbourne logo.

      

     

    NOTES ON UNIFORM

    1. College uniform is available from Cranbourne and Skoolkit
    2. No Jewellery to be worn because of safety risks and general inconvenience

    a.     Parents wishing their child to wear an item of jewellery for religious or cultural reasons should discuss with, or write to, the Headteacher

    b.    If a watch is worn it should be engraved with the owners name

    c.     No body piercing is permitted

     

    If students forget, the jewellery will be confiscated and returned on the Friday of the next week at 3.00pm.  You may collect confiscated jewellery from the CPP office.

     

     

    Haircuts 

    We tolerate what seems a wide range of hair-styles.  We are not, however, prepared to accept hair colouring, patterns cut into the hair, beads woven into hair or extremes of fashions.   Hair should be cut no shorter than Grade 3.

     

     

    Make-up

    Discreet make-up is acceptable, however students will be asked to remove brightly coloured or over-applied make-up.  Nail varnish is not allowed in College.

     

    Extremes of fashion in dress or personal adornment are not acceptable.  Students may be isolated in college or sent home if their hair or clothing is too extreme.


     

     

    DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT KIT

    All students require an apron in white or cream, available from Skoolkit.

     


     

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT KIT

    Physical Education and Games lessons are an essential part of the college curriculum, but if there are good reasons for not wishing a child to participate, parents are asked to send a dated note or to write in the student planner giving PE staff full details.

     

    Below is a list of PE kit required for your child; all items of kit must be CLEARLY NAMED.
     

    Essential Kit:

    • Sky PE polo shirt with logo
    • Navy unisex shorts
    • White socks for indoor lessons
    • Light blue socks for football/rugby
    • Training shoes and football boots
    • One-piece swimming costume or swimming trunks/shorts in black or blue.   Cranbourne rugby shirt with logo
    • Towel

     

    Advisable:

    • Cranbourne navy tracksuit for outdoor activities
    • Shin guards for football/hockey
    • Football boots
    • Swimming goggles and gum shield

    UNIFORM GRANT ELIGIBILITY

    Regretfully, due to financial constraints, Hampshire County Council will no longer be providing secondary school uniform grants for the 2015/2016 academic year onwards.

    Occasionally Central Governments and the Local Authority make us aware of benefits available to students who qualify for free school meals , for example in the past there has been the offer of a free laptop for students.

    We are anxious that we are able to make all of those who qualify, aware of any future benefits that we are informed of. Therefore should this apply to you, could we ask that you please telephone your child’s College Parent Partner to make us aware, so that we can be sure that our records are complete.

    All information provided to us will be handled in the strictest confidence. It is of course entirely your decision as to whether your child takes up their free school meal entitlement.

    For more information please contact Mrs Crosby at CBEC on 01256 868616.