Uniform and appearance

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Ashton on Mersey’s school uniform is inclusive by design and enables all pupils to feel a sense of belonging and identity. Pupils should accustom themselves to being tidy, well-groomed and suitably dressed for different kinds of activity.

The compulsory school uniform is non-gender specific.

BlazerBurgundy with The Dean Trust Ashton on Mersey logo
TrousersTailored plain black trousers with a crease down the middle, not fitted slimline style, skinny fit, chinos or jeans
SkirtBlack elasticated box pleated skirt from official supplier. Skirts must be no shorter than 5cm above the knee cap. Skirt to be worn with plain black tights
ShirtWhite, button collar
TieClip on school tie
ShoesPlain black with smooth black soles. Boots, trainers, traner style and canvas shoes are not allowed
JumperOPTIONAL: Grey with The Dean Trust Ashton on Mersey logo

Pupils may wear a jumper but only underneath, not as a replacement for the school blazer. They must be purchased through the official school suppliers.

Official uniform suppliers for uniform and PE kit:

  • Monkhouse, Stretford Arndale Centre, Stretford, Manchester M32 8AE
  • Petite Modes, 9 Tatton Road, Sale, Cheshire M33 7EB


Physical Education Kit


Black polo shirt, black fleece, black shorts, black socks with The Dean Trust Ashton on Mersey logo.  Trainers.


Burgundy and white rugby jersey, black shorts, black socks with The Dean Trust Ashton on Mersey logo.
Trainers and football boots
For rugby, hockey and football, it is highly recommended that pupils wear the appropriate protective equipment for that sport, such as a mouth guard, scrum cap, shin pads and sport goggles.
All tops worn by pupils must have their name stitched on the front, this must be completed by the school kit provider when you purchase the clothing.


Official long-sleeved base layer and slim trackpants or leggings may be worn during cold weather at the discretion of the PE staff. Hooded tops are not allowed.
Plain black hats and gloves may be worn at the discretion of the teacher when cold.
A towel for use after showering and a separate sports bag in which to place muddy kit will be required on all occasions.

School reopens on Tuesday 6th September

GCSE examination results for Year 11 can be collected from the Sixth Form on 25th August between 9-11am

For full information on reopening and results collection please click here


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