Saint John Wall Catholic School is a uniform school. Pupils are expected to wear full school uniform at all times. Pupils are likely to be sent home to change if they are not correctly dressed for school, sent to the St Francis Centre or given spare uniform in school to borrow.
We all come to school dressed for the business of education. This is explained to parents at their induction interview. We are proud of our school and of our uniform. When we wear our uniform correctly, it is an outward sign that we are proud to belong to the Saint John Wall School community.
School Uniform can be purchased from Gogna Schoolwear which is located on: 67/69 Rookery Road, Birmingham. B21 9QU - Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0121 523 5572 Fax: 0121 681 6828 http://www.gognaschoolwear.co.uk
(Social distancing measures in place - The shop has had a complete refit at Rookery Rd shop in order to facilitate Government guidelines. Hand sanitisers, floor markings, 2m distances, all staff are wearing visors and regular cleaning all round the store).
All pupils are encouraged to take pride in their personal appearance. The Leadership team and the Pastoral team reserve the right to take appropriate action to ensure all pupils dress appropriately (including makeup, jewellery, hairstyles) to enhance the reputation and reinforce the ethos of Saint John Wall Catholic School.
Pupils are expected to bring to school every day the following equipment in a suitably sized bag/rucksack:
pens, pencils, ruler, eraser, exercise books and equipment/kit relevant to a particluar subject.
You can view our full Uniform policy below: