GLF Schools

GLF Schools

GLF Schools was founded in 2012 in order to enable the federation of Glyn School (an academy in 2011) and Danetree Junior School. Together, we began our journey to become a MAT of more than 1000 talented staff working with over 10,000 children in 40 schools across 5 regions in southern England.

Our Schools

Banbury Region

Banstead Region

Berkshire & Hampshire Region

Caterham Region

Crawley Region

Didcot Region

Epsom Region

London Boroughs

Redhill Region

Sunbury & Camberley Region

Sixth Form Uniform

Sixth Form Uniform - Key Stage 5

We have high expectations of our Sixth Formers and this includes personal appearance. We believe that our uniform policy benefits the school in a number of ways

  • It encourages identification with the school and nurtures the notion of community
  • It protects students from social pressures to dress in a particular way
  • It supports discipline and good behaviour and ensures the health and safety of students
  • It instils a sense of pride in the school
  • It allows staff to concentrate their time and effort on teaching and learning

The decision about what is and what is not acceptable will always remain with the school.

Students are expected to adhere to the uniform rules on the journey to and from school.

Please see the table below for the school’s uniform list, including details about required and optional uniform requirements, and where to buy specific items. 

Stevenson’s stock a large range of items but other than those listed below, all other items are optional.

Glyn School Uniform from Stevensons


Second-hand Uniform

Glyn School hold a second-hand uniform sale, every day from 3.15pm to 4.15pm, to allow Parents and Carers to purchase items.  Please go to Main Reception and you will be directed to the sale.
Many families purchase second-hand uniform either as ‘spares’ or to replace items that have been outgrown.
Payment for items can be made via your ParentPay account or alternatively we are able to take card payments.

The PSA second-hand Uniform Shop is able to run due to the generous donations from our families. If you have any surplus uniform, we will gladly accept this. Please bring uniform donations to Main Reception. Please note that we are no longer able to accept books or electronic items, as we are unable to recycle these. 

For further information, please contact

Classroom Uniform for Sixth Form - Key Stage 5

Uniform Item

Notes (generic or distinctive)

Required or Optional

Where to purchase – available at

Sixth Form Blazer

Distinctive with school logo


Stevenson’s – Epsom

Plain white shirt or blouse

Students wearing a skirt are permitted to wear an open neck blouse, with no visible T-shirts.



Any high street retailer or supermarket

Plain black trousers (black canvas, denim or ‘skinny’ trousers are not permitted)


Black knee length school kilt.

Kilt length as deemed appropraite by the school 



Any high street retailer or supermarket

Sixth Form House Tie

Distinctive - with school logo


Stevenson’s – Epsom

Plain black or grey socks

Plain opaque black or flesh coloured tights (knee high socks are not permitted)



Any high street retailer or supermarket

V-Neck plain black jumper



Any high street retailer or supermarket

Plain black shoes (boots, trainers, plimsolls, canvas or suede shoes, with decorative stitching and logos, are not permitted)



Any high street retailer or supermarket

Personal Appearance


Shirts must be tucked in at all times, with the top button done up

Headwear and religious clothing

Religious headwear may be worn (for religious purposes only) and should be either plain black or navy blue

Baseball caps and bandanas may not be worn


Hair should be neat, tidy and appropriate for a professional working environment (as defined by the school).

Extreme styles and hair colouring will not be permitted (as defined by the school).

Shaved lines in hair or eyebrows are not permitted.


Nail varnish is permitted but should be either colourless or a discreet colour, appropriate for a professional working environment.  Nails should not be a length that may cause injury to others (as defined by the school).

Subtle make-up in neutral colours is permitted.


One pair of small, plain stud earrings, in the lobe of each ear. A discreet nose stud is permitted. For health and safety reasons, nose rings are not allowed.

Facial piercings, ear expanders or any other earrings that are considered by the school to be excessive are not permitted. Students with piercings outside of those allowed  will be required to remove them for the duration that they are in school.

A maximum of one discreet ring may be worn on each hand.

It is an offence under UK legislation to tattoo a person under the age of 18 except when the tattoo is performed for medical reasons by a medical practitioner. For students aged 18, tattoos are strongly discouraged and should not be visible at any time.

Coats & Bags

Denim jackets and coats that the school deems as ‘hoodies’ are not permitted.

All students are expected to use a school bag that fits an A4 folder inside, is robust and sensible.