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Gladesmore Community School

Gladesmore Community School


All pupils must wear:

Branded Items.  These can be purchased from the school office or our designated uniform supplier, Divine Solutions Schoolwear (details below).   

  • Plain navy blue jumper with the school badge. This is compulsory and must be worn.  In exceptional circumstances, pupils will be given permission to remove their jumpers but they should always have their jumper in their bag.  
  • School tie (must be purchased from school office) clipped on the collar or knotted high. Each year group is assigned a specific tie colour. For the academic year 2022-2023, the ties are as follows:
    • Year 7 — Blue
    • Year 8 — Gold
    • Year 9 — Purple
    • Year 10 — Red
    • Year 11 — Green

School Uniform Items which can be purchased from any retailer / could be second-hand: 

  • Plain light blue shirt (must be tucked into skirt or trousers).  Plain navy trousers (not tight-fitting) or over the knee-length skirt.  
  • Plain navy blue or black tights or socks worn just below the knee (no bare legs, no coloured socks).
  • Plain black leather/simulated leather shoes with black soles, laces, straps etc.  No canvas or trainer style footwear including Vans or trainer style Kickers.  Heels should be no more than 5cm high.  
  • Plain dark colour outdoor coat, preferably black 

Pupils may also wear:

  • Plain navy blue Shalwar Kameez (knee length or just below the knee.  No shiny or decorated fabric).
  • Plain navy blue or black head scarf (not shiny or decorated fabric).
  • Plain navy blue or black turban.

Please note that pupils will be asked to go home and change into correct school uniform if they come to school wearing inappropriate items.

It is advised that all items are labelled with your child's full name so they can be returned if found.

PE Kit: All PE kit items are branded.  

  • Black Tracksuit bottoms with the Gladesmore Logo
  • Light-blue Polo-Shirt with the Gladesmore Logo
  • Black Tracksuit top with the Gladesmore Logo
  • Black PE Socks (Black with a Blue Stripe)
  • Pupils can also wear Black Shorts (unbranded) 
  • Black PE Socks (Black with a Blue Stripe)

It is advised that all items are labelled with your child's full name so they can be returned if found.


Uniform In Extreme Weather Conditions

It is important in extreme weather conditions we are safe and warm. Boots, trainers and sensible walking shoes are encouraged for the journey to and from school. However, Black ‘School Style’ Shoes should be worn inside the school buildings. Only in extreme weather conditions PLAIN BLACK BOOTS (no buckles) and trainers will be permitted. Pupils will be notified of this in advance.

Pupils are not allowed to wear:

  • Denim jeans, trousers or skirts.   
  • Tight fitting skirts or skirts with revealing splits.
  • Hipster, tight fitting or flared trousers.  
  • Trainers (apart from during PE lessons, or on the astroturf).
  • Canvas shoes, sandals or fashion boots.  Also, shoes with white or coloured soles or coloured laces.
  • Burkas or Niqabs.
  • Multi coloured, patterned or logo branded outdoor clothing (hooded sweatshirts or jumpers must not be used as an alternative for a coat).
  • Caps or hats - when inside the school building.
  • Bandanas, do-rags and bonnets
  • Jewellery with the exception of a watch (optional). Students with pierced ears may wear simple studs or small sleeper earrings.
  • Visible signs of body piercing
  • Acrylic finger nails and artificial eye-lashes
  • Face masks may be worn provided they are white, blue or black and are specifically for reducing the risk of airborne infections. 
  • Hair colouring should be natural (no blue, green, pink etc)

 Sanctions will be put in place for pupils until the issue is rectified.

Local school uniform supplier

Divine Solutions Schoolwear Ltd
3  Northumberland Park
Tottenham, London 
N17 0TA
020 8216 9113

Please click here or see the attachment below for the current price list


As part of your regular uniform, having the correct equipment is essential. Pupils need to be equipped to learn and should bring the following items everyday:

  • Blue / black pen (and a spare)
  • Pencil and rubber
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Ruler
  • Calculator
  • School diary
  • A reading book
  • Coloured pencils or felt pens
  • Maths equipment
  • Headphones (non-blue tooth)

Please note that all electronic equipment e.g. ipods earphones, mobile phone etc, must be kept out of sight whilst on the school premises.  Any items on show will be confiscated and must be collected by the parent or guardian subject to an appointment being made with relevant member of staff. 


Gladesmore Community School
Crowland Road
N15 6EB


020 8800 0884