The Olympus Academy Trust is committed to delivering an outstanding education for young people, ensuring that our students have access to the highest standards of teaching, resources and learning opportunities.

We work in close partnership with our schools, ensuring that we facilitate the sharing of best practice and provide access to a wide range of partners and resources for the benefit of our students and the wider community. Visit our website here or follow us on Twitter @olympustrust.

Filton Hill School


To purchase school uniform online please click on the following link.

We would like to see the children wearing sweatshirts or cardigans with the school badge on. 

These can be ordered through the school.

Children will also require a change of clothes for PE.  All clothing, including PE kit, must be named. 

Jewellery is not allowed in school for health and safety reasons.  If children have pierced ears then small stud earrings may be worn. 

We would also like to ask the children to have sensible haircuts please and long hair should be tied back.  No nail varnish please.


White collared shirt or blouse, polo shirt or polo neck

Red sweatshirt or cardigan

Navy or black school trousers, skirt or pinafore

Sensible dark shoes or boots

Navy, white or red tights

Navy, white or grey socks


In Summer the following optional items may be worn:

Red and white striped or check dress

Sensible sandals or dark crocs with straps

Strappy sandals or plastic ‘jelly’ shoes are not appropriate for safety reasons.  There is an expectation that sensible school shoes will be worn and not trainers.

PE Kit

Red or black leotard

Plain white T-shirt

Red or navy shorts

Black daps

Outdoor Games Kit (KS2)

As for PE kit plus:

Track suit

Change of footwear


Children who are swimming should wear sensible costumes or trunks.  Long shorts and bikinis are inappropriate.

Assistance with Purchase of School Uniform

The Trust can offer support of 100% towards the cost of two of each item of essential uniform per academic year if a pupil is in receipt of free schools meals or is recorded as eligible for Pupil Premium.

The Trust can offer support of 50% towards the cost of two of each item of essential uniform per academic year if families of a student are in receipt of working tax credit and where the household income is less than the income threshold for free school meals eligibility (currently £16,190, April 2013).

The school also offers assistance with school trips. Please enquire at the school office.

Requests for support should be made in writing to the school office at