At Brompton Hall, it is mandatory for all pupils to wear the school uniform every day. This requirement serves multiple purposes. Firstly, it promotes a sense of unity and belonging among students by ensuring that they all appear uniform and part of a collective. Secondly, wearing the school uniform instills a sense of pride and respect for the institution. By adhering to the dress code, students are reminded to take pride in their school and represent it positively.
To facilitate identification and prevent confusion, it is important for all items of the school uniform to be clearly labeled with each child’s name. This labeling practice helps to ensure that belongings are easily identifiable and can be returned to their rightful owner if misplaced.
By enforcing a school uniform policy and emphasising the importance of labeling, Brompton Hall aims to create a sense of cohesion, pride, and personal responsibility among its students.
How can I buy uniform?
The below uniform is available to buy through the school office;
Red Polo shirts and Royal Blue sweatshirts for primary, years 7,8 and 9.
Blue Polo shirts and Grey sweatshirts for years 10 and 11.
Pupils can wear own black trousers and plain black school shoes / trainers.
“The head of school is highly ambitious and determined for all pupils to be the best that they can be.”
Pat Dubas – Headteacher
Brompton Hall School, High Street, Brompton-by-Sawdon, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13 9DB