Sports Kit & Info

DSC_1016Girls Sports Kit

Black shorts, Skorts, leggings or tracksuit bottoms. (leggings or shorts must be worn for gymnastics and dance)
Royal Blue ‘Team Brynteg’ T-Shirt (year 8 and above may wear the white polo shirt)
Royal Blue ‘Team Brynteg’ Badged hooded jumper (for outdoor activities)
Sports’ Trainers (Appropriate for exercise)
Games socks – blue with yellow tops. White socks for other activities

Boys Sports Kit

Black shorts
Royal Blue ‘Team Brynteg’ T-Shirt (year 8 and above may wear the white polo shirt)
Reversible games shirt (blue and yellow)
Games socks – blue with yellow tops. White socks for other activities
Sports’ Trainers (Appropriate for exercise)
Games boots (i.e. football)

It must be stressed that no jewellery is to be worn while taking part in sports and hair must be tied back. All kit must be labelled.

DSC_1032All G.S.C.E Physical Education and BTEC sports students are expected to wear the correct kit for their course

Pupils are reminded not to leave valuables unattended in any changing area. The P.E. department cannot be held responsible for items which are not locked away during lessons or matches. Each P.E. office has a safe deposit box used for storing valuables.

Pupils with Injuries/Illness

If a pupil cannot take a full role within a Physical education lesson for medical reasons they are required to bring a letter in from from a parent/carer and hand it into the teacher at the start of the lesson. These pupils are still expected to bring their kit and change with the rest of the class at the start of the lesson, unless it has been agreed otherwise through a conversation/email between the parent/carer and the pupils P.E. before the day of the lesson.

This is because elements of the lesson can be adapted, when appropriate, to involve them as much as possible. It also allows them to adopt other roles such as coach or official and means they have dry clothes to change into if it starts raining in an outdoor lesson.

If excused pupils fail to bring their kit they will be expected to borrow from the P.E. department and will be given a ‘kit mark’. The only time this wouldnt apply is in extenuating circumstances, for example, if a pupil has broken their leg or arm and it is not feasible for them to change.