Uniform


It is a requirement that all students who attend Broadlands Academy wear the stated uniform without variation. Students are encouraged to develop their individuality and self-confidence in many different ways throughout their time at Broadlands, but not from wearing variations to the uniform.

Monkhouse Schoolwear Specialists

Our uniform supplier is Monkhouse Schoolwear. In 2018, Monkhouse became the retail arm of the Banner Group, the largest school uniform manufacturer and supplier in the industry. They currently have over 30 stores stretching the length of the UK, supplying over 800 schools.

Website: Monkhouse Schoolwear - Broadlands Academy Uniform

Parent Guide: www.monkhouse.com/parentguide

Below are recent communications for parents from Monkhouse Schoolwear:

Investment in your school and local community

Global Supply Chain Challenges - May 2021

Store Closure Update - January 2021

PE Kit

Students must have a Broadlands logo PE top whether it is a polo shirt, rugby shirt, sweatshirt or all three. They also must have a change of bottoms, trainers and studded boots for boys. The bottoms can be any blue or black design, they do not have to wear the school shorts or skort.

The list below highlights the options within the requirements outlined above:

  • Broadlands Sports polo shirt – Burgundy with sky blue panels and white piping (Unisex)

  • Broadlands Rugby shirt (reversible) burgundy with sky blue panels and White piping, reverse side sky blue with white piping (Unisex)

  • Broadlands Sweatshirt 1/2 Zip with collar – Burgundy with sky blue panels and white piping (Unisex)

  • Tracksuit bottoms and/or shorts/sports leggings (not just leggings) – black or blue

  • Broadlands Socks – Burgundy with Sky blue turnover

  • Sports trainers – any colour

  • Football boots – rounded studs only no blades, any colour (Boys, optional for Girls)

  • Shin pads (strongly recommended)

  • Gum shield (Boys)

  • PE kit bag

  • A water bottle

Optional Protective Clothing

Experimental work in Science and practical work in Art can damage clothing. Such happenings are rare but appropriate protective clothing worn by students, supplied by themselves, may be worn. Further details are available from subject teachers.