Ysgol Harri Tudur | Henry Tudor School

Ysgol Harri Tudur | Henry Tudor School

School Uniform

An introduction to our school uniform: look smart, work smarter

School Uniform Clarification Letter 01 March 2021

School Uniform Reminder Letter 25 October 2019

Assistance with Purchasing School Uniform

The Welsh Government's Pupil Development Grant – Access scheme is designed to help parents in difficult circumstances with the purchase of school uniforms.

All pupils from Year 7-13 are expected to attend school in the correct uniform from the start of term.

Footwear: further to a request for clarification, pupils are not permitted to wear trainers or casual sports shoes, black or otherwise, as part of the new school uniform. Shoes should be smart and formal and, where possible, polish-able as these are typically not only the smartest but also the most hardwearing of footwear, they are also typically far more affordable than trainers. For large sizes, pupils can purchase shoes up to size 13 at most supermarkets or at shoe shops such as Shoe Zone.

Years 7–11

Uniform for Years 7 to 11

  • School Blazer
  • White Shirt & Year Tie
  • Black Tailored Trouser
  • School Skirt with Black Tights / Black or White Ankle Socks
  • Smart Formal Shoe
  • Plain Black V-neck Jumper (optional)

Sixth Form

Uniform for Sixth Form

  • Grey V-Neck Jumper
  • White Shirt
  • Grey Sixth Form Tie
  • Black Tailored Trouser / School Skirt with Black Tights / Black or Grey Ankle Socks
  • Smart Formal Shoe
  • School Blazer (optional)

Uniform Checklist and Diagram

Uniform Diagram

3G Sports Pitch

Ysgol Harri Tudur has a new 3G sports pitch. Built on the site of the former Pembroke School, this artificial sports surface, for rugby and football only, provides a top class facility. But it will need to be looked after, in particular with pupils wearing the correct footwear.

The document below provides further details on what is allowed and, more importantly, what is not; note in particular running spikes and metal studs will ruin the surface as will dropping chewing gum on the pitch. Please help the school keep the pitch in perfect condition.

Newsdesk

Family Fun Day at Carew Castle on Sunday the 24th of July. This flyer allows school aged children free entry to the event. They can be used either printed or electronically for free access. Read More…

Please encourage your child to come to school with a full water bottle which can be reused; this will help keep your child hydrated, be good for the environment and assist the staff in the Refectory. Read More…

The Parent Partnership Service is now taking bookings for the upcoming Virtual Parent Network Group – ‘Positive Parenting’ – July 5th 10:00-11.30am. Read More…

We are pleased to announce that our tickets for this years production for Annie are now on sale. The shows are Monday 11th July - Thursday 14th July, starting at 6:30pm. Read More…

Drop Off/Pick Up reminder for drivers to please use the designated areas when dropping off or collecting children from school. Drivers are requested to respect local housing estates and avoid temporarily parking in residential areas. Read More…

Find out more at www.dofe.org, any interested pupils in Year 9 and above, please see Mrs Rees in FC03 Read More…

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