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Uniform & Equipment

Our students take pride in their appearance by wearing the correct Royds Hall uniform.

We expect our students to present themselves dressed appropriately for the working day in correct school uniform as listed below (details of our uniform expectations are also available in the Student planner). Hair should be of a natural colour and style. Unnatural brightly coloured hair or various coloured hair is not permitted.

The school uniform expectations are listed below.

General Uniform

Uniform Details

Navy ‘Trutex’ Blazer with school logo - Required


Navy Royds hall Jumper (Optional)

This must be a blazer with the school badge.



This jumper must have the school logo on it. The jumper is an optional item.


Generic plain black tailored trousers or knee-length tailored skirt - Required

Trousers should be tailored and straight-legged. Cropped, leggings, jeans or jeggings are NOT permitted. 

Skirts must be tailored to the knee. They must NOT be made of stretchy or thin material.

  • No decorative/coloured zips, patch pockets or studs.

Generic Plain white collared shirt - Required

This must be tucked in and the top button fastened.

Shalwar-Kameez – black

White shirt and tie to be worn under this - Required

Royds Hall Clip on tie - Required

Navy/Green for Year 11

Navy/Sky Blue for Years 7-10

Generic black socks or black tights - Required

No trainer socks or knee-high socks (ankles must not be visible).

Black tights must be 60 denier or higher.

Generic Shoes – plain black which are of a formal style - Required

Shoes must have no sports branding.

Trainers, canvas shoes (including Vans), pumps or boots that sit above the ankle are NOT allowed. Students should wear school shoes at all times within the main school building.

If you need to clarify about footwear before September, please contact your child’s Head of Year.

Our uniform is the same all year round.

A school bag has to be of a suitable size to carry all school equipment. Outdoor clothing (coats, jumpers etc.) is not to be worn inside the school building.

Students who attend school in the incorrect uniform will be loaned the correct uniform from student services. Uniforms which are borrowed will be clean and sanitised. If purchasing a uniform is an issue, please email your child’s Head of Year to discuss how the school can support you. 

P.E. Kit

  • PE polo shirt with school logo
  • Half-zip fleece with school badge OR Reversible Rugby shirt with the school logo for outdoor lessons
  • Black shorts, black/navy tracksuit bottoms or plain black leggings
  • Plain black football socks or white sports socks
  • Trainers
  • Football boots for outdoor lessons
  • Plain black skins may also be worn

All students with long hair will also need a bobble to tie their hair back in PE.

Please see below supplier details for all of our school uniform items:

Uniform Exchange - can be checked for all uniform items, including Blazers and Ties

Uniform Exchange has the capacity for accepting donations of out-grown items and also for requesting items. Anyone living or at a school in Kirklees can apply, it’s not means tested, and you don’t have to be in receipt of benefits. Parents and staff can all apply using our online form, and we can deliver it to your school or to a library/home address.

Use the contact details below for the form and for further information:

Unit 18 Railway Sawmills Business Park, Burbeary Road, Huddersfield HD1 3UN

Natasha's School wear 

1-3 Buxton way, Huddersfield, HD1 2UL

Online Schoolwear Shop Huddersfield and Surrounding Areas (

Bridge School Wear

4 -6 Scar Lane, Milnsbridge, Huddersfield, HD3 4PE

Bridge Schoolwear School Uniform Providers in Huddersfield

The generic items (such as white shirts, black trousers and skirts, black socks and tights and black shoes) can be purchased widely at alternative stores. 


  • Make-up should be natural, no acrylic or painted nails are permitted for health & safety reasons.
  • Hair should be of a natural colour.
  • Only clear nose studs may be worn (or the nose stud must be removed/covered by a plaster).


  • Jewellery must be kept to a minimum and will need to be removed for PE and other practical work.
  • Up to one small ring, watch, charity band, clear nose stud
  • Earrings – one pair of stud/sleeper earrings (less than 5mm in diameter). Hoop earrings are not permitted
  • Necklaces should not be visible
  • Only clear nose studs may be worn (or the nose stud must be removed/covered by a plaster).
  • No acrylic or painted nails for Health and Safety reasons
  • Natural make-up only

Personal Electronics

  • Headphones and mobile phones etc. are only permitted to be used at break or lunchtime when students are sitting down in a designated area.


  • Student Planner (will be provided by school)
  • Pencil case
  • Pens (black/blue and a purple pen)
  • Pencil
  • Rubber
  • Pencil Sharpener
  • Ruler
  • Scientific Calculator
  • Protractor
  • Pair of compasses
  • Whiteboard pen
  • Reading book
  • Water bottle
  • Headphones and mobile phones etc. are only permitted to be used at break or lunchtime.