Cardinal Pole RC School
Cardinal Pole Catholic School is a mixed, voluntary aided secondary school located in the Homerton area of the London Borough of Hackney, United Kingdom. Following the 'Building Schools for the Future' programme, all students (years 7-13) are housed in the same building on Morning Lane. It is named after Cardinal Reginald Pole, the last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury.
Boy’s School Uniform:Grey Pinstripe Blazer with school logo Grey trousers,Grey long sleeve or sleeveless pullover with ‘‘V’’ neck with a red stripe School tie. Plain white school shirt with long sleeves (Short sleeve shirt may be worn in summer) Black or grey socks. Black leather shoes-not suede or patent No boots. No trainers. Black laces only. Black school outdoor jacket (compulsory) with the school logo
Girl’s School Uniform:Grey Pinstripe Blazer with school logo Grey pleated skirt. Grey long sleeve or sleeveless pullover with ‘‘V’’ neck with a red stripe School tie. Plain white shirt with long sleeves (not blouse type)(Short sleeve shirt may be worn in summer) Black or grey tights,or plain knee high grey or black socks Low heel black leather shoes-not suede or patent. No boots. No trainers, Black laces only Black school outdoor Jacket (compulsory) with the school logo.
P.E. Kit:Black shorts Black T-shirt with the school logo White football shirt with black trim Long white football socks Black/red track suit with the school logo Football boots/trainers/shin pads Optional Extras for both boys and girls:
PE - White with black trim football shirt with the school logo (only required if pupils intend to play for the school football team) School scarf hat and gloves (to be purchased from Rough Cuts No other variation allowed). In no circumstances should anyone wear any other item of clothing.
As suggested by the name, Cardinal Pole is a Roman Catholic school. While it admits a substantial number of non-Catholic pupils,some of the students are from Catholic backgrounds. A religious assembly attended by staff and pupils is held fives times a week. On occasion, Masses replace general assembly. Every student is required to take Religious Education at GCSE level, in keeping with the school's religious ethos. A non-examination Religious Education Programme is also followed by all sixth-form students.
- Kenny Thomas
- Darren Purse
- Abs Breen
- Lily Loveless
- Andy Warner