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Our uniform supplier is Schoolwear Inc.

Schoolwear Inc.
198-202 Cheam Common Road
Worcester Park

Telephone: 0203 051 7488

About Schoolwear Inc.

We are delighted to introduce ourselves as the new uniform supplier for Ursuline High School. We are a family run business based in Worcester Park with more than 20 years' experience.

We work with a number of schools in the local community and are looking forward to providing you with our school uniform service. As part of our offering, we have worked with the school to maintain a consistent uniform whilst offering the following:

How To Order

You can order in person at our shop (see address below) or online via our website.

To place your order online:

1)      Find your school on our website- www.schoolwearinc.co.uk

2)      Add products to your basket.

3)      Complete the billing details in the checkout.

4)      Select a delivery method (see below)

5)      Select your payment method.

6)      Place your order.

Payment methods

Orders collected from our Shop can be paid for on collection; all other orders must be paid for online.

We provide the following collection/delivery options:

Contact Us

For further queries, you can contact us via email or phone;

Phone: 0203 051 7488
Email: sales@schoolwearinc.co.uk

Schoolwear Inc.
198-202 Cheam Common Road
Worcester Park

Second-hand Uniform

Each term the UPA hold a Neary New Uniform Sale in the Foyer. Used uniform in clean, reasonable condition (we can do minor repairs such as missing buttons etc), can be left in a carrier bag abelled 'UPA Uniform Sale'at the school office. If you need a spare jumper, blouse, skirt, blazer or PE kit come and have a look. We have a range of sizes and all at reasonable prices. The money that is raised goes back to the school for the benefit of the students.

Missed A Sale?

If you miss the sale and need some nearly new uniform contact: UPA@ursulinehigh.merton.sch.uk

School Uniform - Years 7-11

School Blazer:   Must be worn throughout the year by Year 7 -11 students.

Skirt/Trousers, Blouse and Jumper:    The school blouse must be worn throughout the year. No shortening of the skirt is allowed without the written permission of the Head of Year.

Coat and Jacket:     Black only, with sleeves – no logo, no denim, leather or fur.

Scarf:    Black or Navy only. Not to be worn in school.

T-Shirt:    A white plain round necked t-shirt may be worn under the school blouse – no roll necks allowed.

Shoes:    Plain black with a sensible heel (5cm maximum)  no platforms, sling backs, trainers, plimsolls or boots at any time. Ankle must be visible.

Tights or Knee-Length Socks:    Plain black/navy or neutral tights – no patterns – must be worn. Plain black or white knee length socks may be worn in warm weather.

Jewellery:    One pair of earrings, either studs or small hoops may be worn. One necklace of a religious nature may be worn. No anklets, nose studs, tongue studs or any other body piercing. No tattoos. Inappropriate jewellery will be confiscated and a letter sent home to parents / carers to arrange collection.

Hair and Make Up:    A reasonable hair style must be worn. Any hair accessories must be blue or black.

The School Bag:    Must be carried by Years 7 to 11. The correct school bag must be used in or out of school, when in uniform. No plastic bags, drawstring bags or handbags are allowed. These will be confiscated.

Watch:    This is important to encourage independence and being punctual to school and lessons.

PE Kit

All students should have the following:

Please Note: All uniform must be clearly marked with the student’s name, as should all clothing, text books, exercise books and other property.

Warm Weather Consideration

When the atmospheric temperature outside reaches 18°C; we have a Warm Weather consideration in our Uniform Policy. Students may remove their Jumpers (Blazers are still required). Updates will appear on the Student Plasma in the Foyer.

Mobile Phones, iPods/MP3 Players

To help keep everyone as safe as possible both commuting and at school, we recommend that expensive mobile phones are not brought into school. However, this is at parents’ discretion. Regardless of phone make/model, and in accordance with our Behaviour policy, if you choose to send your daughter to school with a mobile phone it must be switched off, placed in their padlocked locker at the start of the day and remain there until the end of the day. Any phones seen or heard in school will be confiscated. 

School Uniform Policy