Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy uniform has variations in colour, dependent on which Small School students are assigned: Ashdown, Delamere or Sherwood. The three different uniforms can all be bought from JK Clothing. Trousers, skirts, jumpers and blazers all have the Academy crown logo embroidered onto them. The different Schools have varying blazer crests, but all trousers, skirts and jumpers have a standard crown logo.
14 Wellington Parade,
Telephone: 0208 303 3136
Website: www.jkclothing.net to access the SCWA uniform page you will need to enter the following password: scwc038
Remember to check which Small School your child is in before purchasing uniform.
Boys: Blazer, jumper, white button up shirt and trousers.
Girls: Blazer, jumper, School coloured blouse, skirt or trousers, black/grey socks or tights.
Ashdown – Red crest and pink blouse
Delamere – Purple crest and purple blouse
Sherwood – Blue crest and blue blouse
Ties: These can be purchased from the Academy main reception in the Crown Building: Ashdown School – Red tie; Delamere School – Purple tie; Sherwood School – Blue tie
Shoes: plain black for boys and girls. Girls should wear flat lace-ups or court shoes. Trainers, boots or ‘sling-back’ shoes are not permissible.
Socks: Plain black or dark grey (boys and girls). Tights: Plain black/dark grey
Top coat: these should be plain (no logo or pattern), dark in colour. ‘Hoodies’ are not permissable, either as a top coat or under a blazer.
Belts: Plain black and plain buckle
School Bag: Dark in colour, weatherproof and suitable to carry A4 books.
Parents should refer to their child’s School Planner for further guidance on uniform, or call their School Receptionist.
SCWA PE uniform is compulsory and should be brought to every lesson. PE uniform can be purchased from JK Clothing, whose contact details are at the top of this page. The uniform is the same for boys and girls:
It is expected you will provide your own trainers. Plimsolls or converse style canvas shoes are not appropriate and are not permitted.
All jewellery should be removed before PE lessons. Ear/nose rings that cannot be removed should be covered with tape or plasters (please provide your own).
Hair below shoulder length must be tied up for PE and other practical lessons, where it may present a health and safety risk e.g. catering or product design.
Arden Sixth Form Dress code