Uniform

Uniforms are available from:

  • Crested School Wear Dudley
    Unit 14, Churchill Shopping Centre, Dudley, DY2 7BJ – Tel: 01384 918330
  • TOTALLY UNIFORM
    Unit 2 Park Street, Kingswinford, DY6 9LX – Tel: 01384 270498

BMCC COLLEGE UNIFORM List A YEARS 7 -11

BMCC COLLEGE UNIFORM List B YEARS 7 -11

Students are not permitted to mix uniform from list A and list B
 

Black Blazer with College Badge on top left pocket


Red and White Striped Blouse to be worn entirely tucked into skirt/trousers


Grey College tie appropriate to the house allocated


Pleated graphite grey stitched down Trutex skirt MUST be worn to the knee or Bootcut graphite grey Trutex trousers


Black opaque tights MUST be worn with skirts from Sept - April, Natural or black opaque tights MUST be worn from May - July. NO patterned tights are allowed. Socks MUST only be worn with trousers and MUST be black or grey, ankle length (NO trainer socks) and plain in design and colour.

Black blazer with College badge on top left pocket


Plain white shirt (no motifs or other patterns) to be worn entirely tucked into trousers


Red and Black College tie appropriate to the house allocated


Graphite grey Trutex trousers. Canvas or cord material NOT ALLOWED

BMCC UNIFORM EXPECTATIONS FOR ALL STUDENTS (YEARS 7-11)

  • Shoes (ending BELOW the ankle) MUST be black and low-heeled and of normal college pattern.  All footwear must fit securely and give proper support to the feet to meet our Health and Safety requirements.
  • BOOTS, SANDALS, SLINGBACKS, PLATFORMS AND FLATFORMS ARE NOT ALLOWED
  • NO leather trainers or leisure shoes are permitted including brands such as Vans, Converse or other sports brands
  • NO hoodies/tracksuit or sports tops
  • NO jewellery (other than those worn for religious purposes, for example students may wear a Hindu bracelet or a small cross and chain under their blouse/shirt but this must be removed for P.E)
  • NO earrings, spacers or retainers
  • NO badges (other than those approved by the college) may be worn
  • NO nail varnish or false nails
  • NO noticeable, obvious or excessive make-up (college’s discretion and students will be expected to remove)
  • Conventional hairstyle which in its length and style is acceptable to the college. Hair should be ‘smart and professional’. The college will use its discretion in determining this but will not accept eyebrow slits, shavings, lines, outlandish colourings, extreme partings or extreme variations in length. Any hair accessories must be conservative, anything outlandish will be challenged
  • A plain white round necked T-shirt may be worn underneath the shirt for warmth in cold weather
  • Grey V-neck jumper with College name embroidered
  • Outdoor coat/jacket must be plain black, grey or navy (not leather, denim or corduroy). NOT to be worn inside classrooms
  • Plain black scarves, gloves
  • NO Football scarves, football hats, baseball caps or durags are to be worn on College grounds
  • Key stage 3 and 4 students must be clean shaven

PLEASE NOTE

Fashion trends cannot dictate a variance in the uniform code. If you are unsure about any aspect of the uniform code please check with the school before purchasing. The principal is the person who determines what is acceptable

On Non-Uniform Days expectations about Jewellery, Make-Up and Hair remain in place

Any student who arrives at college wearing incorrect uniform may be sanctioned and will be expected to change into spare uniform supplies held in college. Students who refuse may then be placed into isolation until the issue is rectified

BISHOP MILNER PE UNIFORM EXPECTATIONS

PE Uniforms are available from:

Students may continue to wear older style P.E kit until such time as it requires replacement, however, all new students and replacement items must be taken from our new range.

PE kit will be personalised to the student with their surname or initials.  Nicknames or initials that are not in line with the students legal or known name will not be allowed.  We hope that by having students’ names and initials on items there is reduced chance of losing kits, it also enables the P.E department to use the kits for sporting fixtures.

PE KIT CORE PE YEARS 7-11

  • T-shirt with college badge and surname on the back
  • ¼ Zip midlayer with college badge and printed initials
  • Boy Shorts with printed initials
  • Tracksuit bottoms with college badge and printed initials
  • Girls skorts with printed initials
  • Plain black sports socks
  • Sports trainers, not fashion pumps or high-tops, MUGA appropriate trainers

Students who opts to take P.E in years 10 and 11 a further kit choice is available, this can only be ordered when students have successfully been accepted onto the Key Stage 4 course.

APPROPRIATE KIT

  • Before each unit students will be advised as to the appropriate kit needed for that particular activity
  • Activity, facilities and environmental conditions will determine the choice of appropriate kit
  • All items of kit must be named
  • Failure to bring full correct kit, including any missing items of kit, will be recorded on ClassCharts. The student will receive 1 warning then further offences will result in whole college detentions of 30 minutes being issued
  • Hockey is covered from Year 7 and national guidelines recommend the wearing of personalised mouth guards and shin pads.  Woollen gloves can be worn in cold weather, no hats
  • Football is covered as a curricular activity in both key stages and throughout the college in extra-curricular time.  When participating students must wear shin pads; football boots are only required when using the football pitches adjacent to the college.  Astro Trainers or Moulded Studs are always worn for football sessions on our All-Weather Surface
  • At the end of the college day students must leave the campus in full college uniform.  Where a student participates in an extra-curricular PE activity the student may be dismissed in PE uniform
  • For GCSE PE students, failure to bring theory folders to lesson or hand in homework will be treated in the same way as ‘no kit’ offences

DRAMA

Drama will be performed in college uniform with blazers and shoes removed

TOILETS AND CHANGING FACILITIES

There are adequate facilities in college, both in communal areas and the PE department for all students. Should you have any concerns relating to which facilities your child should use, please contact the college and we will accommodate accordingly.