Hurst College uniform

Uniform

Uniform

All Prep, Pre-Prep and Senior School pupils are required to wear the Hurst uniform; Sixth Form students are able to wear formal suits. All uniform, with the exception of shoes and Sixth Form suits, can be purchased from the Stevensons College Uniform Shop which is located on the school campus.

Please download our Uniform Guides for the full list of uniform requirements for your child for the academic year 2022/23.

Please note, we are currently undertaking a review of uniform and appearance. Any major changes to the uniform will be implemented for September 2023. Parents will be notified of any changes as soon as possible.

Uniform Shop

Parents and pupils may drop in without a prior appointment.

Opening times
Term time
Mondays: 8.00am – 5.15pm
Tuesdays to Fridays: 9.30am – 5.15pm

Summer holiday 2022
We will be operating summer fittings as usual on an appointment only basis for the majority of the summer. These appointments can be booked via the Stevensons website for both new and existing pupils.
www.stevensons.co.uk

  • The shop will be closed from Thursday 30 June to Friday 8 July.
  • The shop will be open for fitting appointments only between Monday 11 July and Friday 19 August. Appointments will be available from 9.00am to 5.00pm on weekdays only. We recommend booking your appointment as soon as possible.
  • The school shop will then open for walk in customers and collections from Monday 22 to Wednesday 31 August (excluding weekends and bank holiday Monday 29th).

Ordering online
School uniform is available to purchase from the Stevensons website: www.stevensons.co.uk 

Orders should be placed by Sunday 31st July to ensure in stock items can be delivered for the start of the autumn term.

Postal options and Click and Collect are available.

Returns policy
Our industry-leading 180 day returns policy means you can purchase now with confidence, even if your child has a sudden growth spurt before the start of school.

Location

The on-site shop is located on Chalker’s Lane, next to the Dance and Drama studios (opposite the Prep School). There are reserved parking spaces for customers.

Hurst College Uniform Shop map

Named Clothing

Senior School
All clothing, including casual clothes and footwear, should be clearly marked with your child’s name. Please note that certain items of games kit should be embroidered on the front with your child’s initials. The embroidery service is available at the Uniform Shop, but please note that this may take a few days for items to be completed. House abbreviations, for inclusion on name tapes, can be found in the Senior School Parents Handbook.

Prep School
All items, including footwear, must be clearly marked with your child’s name by a name label or laundry marker. Please ensure all such labels are sewn FLAT and not just on the ends. Prep School regulation PE and games kit purchased from the Uniform Shop should be embroidered with your child’s initials at a nominal charge. An embroidery service is available from the Uniform Shop.

Second hand Uniform Shop

Opening times
Term time
Mondays: 8.00am – 9.30am
First Friday of each month: 4.00pm – 6.15pm (6.00pm from September 2022)

Summer holiday 2022
Wednesday 27 July 10.00am – 1.00pm
Thursday 18 August 1.00pm – 4.00pm

The Hurst Foundation runs a Second Hand Uniform Shop to raise funds which will directly benefit the pupils.

The shop is located behind the main uniform shop – take the path that runs to the right hand side of the main uniform shop (through the gate), then turn left through the green gates and the shop is on the right.

Current uniform for sale can be brought to the shop when it is open or left at any other time with the Lodge. All uniform should be clean and in good condition. In popular demand are blazers and sports kit, especially house shirts. Sports equipment such as cricket pads and body armour can also be taken in. Everything should be clearly labelled with the seller’s name and address. A telephone number and bank details should be put in a sealed envelope so payment can be made via BACS. 50% of the proceeds go to the seller and 50% to the Hurst Foundation funds. Anything not deemed suitable for sale or unsold after 2 years will be donated to charity.

For further information please email shus@hppc.co.uk or contact the Second hand Uniform Shop via the Parent Portal.