Essential Kit

PE and subject-specific kit

Clothing & Subject-Specific Kit Requirements

PE Kit

PE kit can be bought online at You will need to register initially and you will be able to see the full range of kit on the dedicated Frensham Heights pages.

Below are the kit lists, those that our sports department staff consider essential items are clearly highlighted. For boys and girls from Nursery to Year 2 the purchase of sports kit is optional (if you want to buy kit the recommended items are clearly labelled on SchoolBlazer).

Nursery to Year 3 Girls and Boys

Navy Sweatshirt

Navy Jogging Bottoms

White or Navy Polo Shirt

Navy PE Shorts

White Sports Socks

Please note, Schoolblazer recommends buying the older PE kit for Year 3, we don’t require this for Year 3, we recommend the kit as shown above, but it is your choice if you want to buy big to wear in Year 4 as well.. They will be wearing their PE kit all day in Year 3, so choose something they will be comfortable in.

Girls PE Kit

Navy Polo


Navy Sports Socks

White Sports Socks

Navy Midlayer

Tracksuit Top

Navy Training Pants

Navy Base Layer Leggings

Navy Base Layer

Navy Fleece Beanie

Ear Warmers

Games Bag

Boys PE Kit

Navy Polo


Navy Sports Socks

White Sports Socks

Navy Midlayer

Navy Training Pants

Navy Tracksuit Top

Rugby Shirt

White Cricket Trousers

Navy Fleece Beanie

Games Bag

Netball dresses

Girls playing in netball fixtures can choose to wear a netball dress. The dress is the Eclipse Dress II in navy/white and can be ordered from


Boys are asked to bring swimming trunks/shorts (not beach wear) and swimming goggles. Girls are asked to bring a one-piece swimsuit in a plain colour, swimming goggles and a swim hat

Sports bags

As you will see when you log on, Schoolblazer also stock a sports bag but this is due to change in 2018 and new students can therefore bring any sensible sports bag as long as it is clearly named and not too bulky.

Shin pads and mouth guards

Mouth guards and shin pads are also essential items.
Shin pads can be bought from any sports store and should be the correct size for your child.
Mouth guards can be bought before your child starts school but parents will be able to buy a custom-fitted mouth guard from Opro – they have online fitting assessments available at Our Sports Department will send you more details in September about booking your child in for an appointment to be fitted for these at the beginning of term.


Astros (optional), Football boots, Trainers

Astros (optional), Football boots, Trainers

Outdoor Education

Children in Nursery to Year 3 get their first taste of the wonder and excitement of outdoor learning through Forest School, which they have as part of the weekly curriculum. Wellington boots are definitely required. Waterproof jackets and trousers are provided.
Children in Years 4 to 6 can take part in Forest Class as an extracurricular activity.
All Junior School students will require a waterproof jacket.

For general one-day OE activities and extracurricular activities (ECAs), the essential list for all Middle School and Sixth Form students is:
1 quick-drying t-shirt
1 pair of quick-drying trousers
1 waterproof jacket
1 pair of waterproof trousers
1 pair of walking boots or sturdy trainers
1 fleece

Students taking part in longer OE activities, including Duke of Edinburgh expeditions, will be given a relevant kit list in advance.


Junior School
School PE kit is preferred. Hair needs to be tied back.

Ballet and Modern Dance Extracurricular Activities
Girls: A plain sleeveless leotard, pink ballet tights and pink ballet shoes. Hair needs to be tied back.
Boys: Shorts, plain T-shirt, leotard and black ballet shoes/black tights with belt.

Year 7-9 students: please bring a separate set of clothes made of soft stretchy fabric with no zips or buttons (eg jogging trousers/leggings and a t-shirt). There are no restrictions on colour. Long hair needs to be tied back.

GCSE students: most suitable are jogging trousers/leggings/a leotard with leggings/footless tights.

ECA students: Girls – a plain, sleeveless leotard, pink ballet tights and pink ballet shoes. Boys – shorts, plain t-shirt, leotard, black ballet shoes/black belt.


Students in Years 7 and 8 need the usual equipment for writing and drawing, plus a ruler and a calculator (we recommend the Casio FX85GTX Class Wiz).

Students in Years 9 to 11 need the items listed above and will also need a pair of compasses and a protractor.

Students in Sixth Form need a calculator (we recommend the Casio FX991 EX Class Wiz) from the start of the course.


All students in Year 7, Year 8, Year 9 and year 10 must  have a Windows 10 laptop with the following features :

  • able to readily access standard Microsoft 365 applications e.g. Teams and OneDrive(note that you do not need to purchase Microsoft Office – students will be given access to this software via our school licence)
  • a minimum of i3 processor (or equivalent), 4GB of RAM and 64GB hard drive. If budget allows an i5 processor (or equivalent), 8GB RAM and 256GB hard drive would be preferable.)
  • at least a 10-inch screen
  • a physical keyboard
  • a front facing camera
  • good battery life
  • not an iPad or phone

Parents are responsible for insuring devices against accidental damage – you might want some of the major retailers who currently have reasonably priced 2-year accidental damage protection starting from around £70.

Please note that a touch screen device is not necessary but if budget allows it will be helpful for students to be able to use a stylus pen.

Junior School students do not currently need laptops in class unless they have a written recommendation in the form of an Educational Psychologist, Specialist Teacher or Occupational Therapist report.


A Level Photography students need to have their own DSLR camera.