School Uniform

School uniform at Boughton Heath

New  school uniform rules from the Government have come into force with the intention of making uniform more affordable for families. This is obviously more important given the cost of living crisis. Part of these rules is the removal of excessive branding of school uniform clothing. As such, there is no requirement for children to have school uniform branded with the school logo however we appreciate that some families may prefer this. If so, children are welcome to continue to wear branded jumpers and cardigans which can be ordered online here. Where parents choose to adopt unbranded items, expecations are that school colours are still observed. 

The school uniform for all pupils is shown below:

Regular uniform Summer uniform PE Kit

Navy sweatshirt or cardigan

Jade poloshirt with school emblem (optional)

Plain grey, black or navy trousers, skirt or pinafore dress

Navy fleece or reversible waterproof (optional)

Navy fleece or reversible waterproof/ fleece (optional)

Black shoes

Navy sweatshirt or cardigan

Jade poloshirt with school emblem (optional)

Plain grey, black or navy trousers or shorts, blue or green gingham checked dress.

Black shoes

Plain white t shirt (school emblem optional)

Navy / black shorts.

Black plimsolls

The nearest supermarket stocking Boughton Heath colours is the Tesco Superstore located at Broughton Retail Park. For parents wishing to purchased branded school uniform items, these can be purchased at the following website:

School will also be setting up a uniform exchange whereby unwanted / needed uniform can be donated to be used by others. Further details to follow about this.

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Boughton Heath AcademyBeckett's Lane, Chester, CH3 5RW

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Mrs Levi and Miss Pearson

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Cheshire Academies Trust.

Acting Executive Headteacher | Jon Lenton

Acting Head of School | Sally Sumnall

Chair of Governors | Kate Lee

SENDCO | Susan Gell