Harrogate school logo
St John Fisher has introduced its new school logo into its uniform from September
Designed by Aube Creative in close partnership with Head Teacher Paul Jackson and St John Fisher’s leadership team, teachers, its students and governors, the circular logo reflects the school’s modernisation whilst retaining the strong Christian ethos and educational values central to its teaching. Already featuring on the main school sign, on the school website, prospectus and stationary, the logo is gradually being introduced across all school communications and display material.
The new badge will be phased into all uniform over the next three years, but the first item of clothing to adopt it fully is a brand new navy blue polo shirt with light blue trim, which can be worn in the summer term and throughout September.
Emma Lambden, Deputy Head, said, “Now that the logo and colour scheme have been widely adopted throughout the school, the uniform is one of the final areas of the St John Fisher ‘brand’ to be updated. The blue kilts, blue shirts and black trousers are very popular and will remain unchanged, but the blazers and jumpers will have a new badge, and the new logo will soon be introduced into the new style PE kit.”
“It is compulsory for all incoming Year 7s to wear the new blazers from September and we are looking forward to seeing the new look. The new blazers and jumpers are available on request from our official uniform suppliers Emblazon in a range of sizes for all Year Groups, but stock of the traditional uniform will still available for some time.”
The unisex cotton polo shirt comes as a welcome addition for girls and boys for the summer term and throughout September. Harley Holman, pictured, said, “I really like the new polo shirts. They look great under blazers, they give us a smart, up-to-date look, and they’re really comfortable. The new logo looks good too.”