The school, with the full support of the Parent Council, requires that all pupils conform to our uniform and the support of parents is needed in order to ensure that pupils maintain a high standard of dress at all times. Parents have the most influence when it comes to school dress. The uniform at its most basic is black and white and should be achievable by all. It should be noted that uniform concerns will be recorded and repeated concerns will now result in sanctions which will include letters home and limiting pupil access to privileges e.g. attending school events such as discos and the Prom or representing the school in extra-curricular activities.
- GGS polo shirt.
- GGS sweatshirt, jumper or hooded top.
- Alternatively, a plain black or white shirt, blouse or T shirt.
- Black sweatshirt, jumper or hooded top may be worn.
- Black trousers or skirts of an appropriate length, tailored shorts or thick leggings
- Black or dark coloured shoes or trainers
In addition to the above, School Uniform for S4-S6 also includes:
- White or black shirt/blouse worn with your house tie.
- GGS blazer
The House ties are currently available to buy from the School Office for £6.00.
The following are not acceptable for normal school wear:
- Any logo other than the school crest
- Any colour other than black or white
- Blue denim shirts, jackets or jeans
- Faded black denim jeans
- Clothing which does not adequately cover the body or undergarments
- Fashionable accessories such as scarves or headbands
In general any items of dress or clothing likely to cause offence or which is considered to be a health and safety issue, will be deemed unacceptable.
Grantown Grammar School uniform is available from:
Kylintra Mill, Grantown-on-Spey Tel: 01479 873613
Academy Street, Inverness Tel: 01463 717182
Tel: 01463 222022
Pupils will be asked to remove any items of jewellery considered to cause a health and safety risk. In addition, in some subjects, e.g. PE, pupils will be required to remove all items of jewellery.
All pupils are required to change clothes and wear appropriate shoes for P.E. lessons whatever their level of participation. Acceptable kit for P.E. is as follows:
- Shorts and/or tracksuit bottoms/leggings
- T-shirt/sweatshirt/tracksuit top
- Training shoes/gym shoes
Note: for indoor P.E. shoes must be clean and non-marking.
- Football boots for outdoor games (optional)
- One-piece swimsuit and towel for swimming lessons
Please note that aerosol sprays must not be used in school as this can cause serious health problems for some pupils.
Assistance with school clothing can be claimed from Highland Council, if you are receiving any one of the following:
- Income Support
- Universal Credit (where the monthly earned income does not exceed £610).
- Income-based Job Seekers Allowance
- Any income related element of Employment and Support Allowance
- Child Tax Credit, but not in receipt of Working Tax Credit, and your income is less than £16,105 (as assessed by the HMRC)
- Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit and an income below £6,420 (as assessed by the HMRC)
- If you are 16 to 18 yrs old and receive any of these benefits in your own right then you can claim for yourself
- If you are an asylum seeker receiving support
- Pension Credit Guarantee Credit
Go to the Highland Council Website for more details and to apply.