Uniform and Logo Consultation (Updated Designs)

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Here are two updated designs based on Feedback:

Here are the updated design

Following on from our earlier post regarding our uniform consultation, we now have a short list of options.

Here are the logos on their own

And here you can see the logo with the School Badge and Tie

Reviews

Rob Hilton

February 25, 2016 at 7:16 pm

I think that Logo Concept One is by far the best logo. Number two the tie is awful, the letters are far too thick and chunky and the L coming off the side of the H doesn’t look right at all. Everything about number three is grotesque.

I think if number one was on a green blazer, with a white shirt it would look classy.

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Rebecca newton

February 25, 2016 at 8:42 pm

I like the tie in picture 3 and logo in picture one great designs

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Jo Hilton

February 25, 2016 at 9:00 pm

I think that Logo Concept One is the best. I’m not sure about the tie though, I think that it would be better if it was the colours on the lines of the Heath Lane Academy logo – green, orange and black stripes. I think it would look good on a green Blazer, with an orange shirt and black trousers/skirt.

I don’t like any part of Concept three at all, I think it looks too simple, pale and boring .

I think that Concept two has potential, but I don’t like it as it is. I think that the triangle should be a definite A, although still done as it has been colour wise. Also I think that the H and L should be thinner and separate and again I don’t like the grey on the tie, I think it should be the three colours again.

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Mr Jack Percival Willibald Purkiss

April 19, 2016 at 8:26 am

With all due respect, I think that Mrs Jo Hilton is mistaken. The proposal of an orange shirt in combination with any other attire is almost as impractical and insane as recommending vinegar with pancakes. I wholeheartedly agree, however, that trousers and skirts should remain black – though she deserves no credit for suggesting this as it is hardly an original proposition. Further to this, I fail to see where in the world she has acquired the conviction that any of the designs depicted above contain blue, green and black stripes. Reverting to a green blazer would also be a disastrous choice: the whole idea of assimilating the schools is to take a step forward and rejuvenate and revolutionise education in the Hinckley and Bosworth area. Holding on to relics of the past is indicative of an unwillingness to change. I appreciate that this is an open forum and I hope that she respects my contrasting opinion as earnestly as I have hers.

Allison Duffy

February 26, 2016 at 10:20 am

I prefer logo option 1. Please make sure what ever option is followed that the shortest skirt length must be to just above the knee.

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Kieran Almey

March 3, 2016 at 12:06 pm

I prefer logo 2 because it looks very nice and also it has a modern feel to it

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Jamie Attwood

March 9, 2016 at 1:27 pm

i prefer logo 2 because it is modern feel to it and my friend kai likes it too also my whole tutor like it to

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Patricia Rowley

March 9, 2016 at 9:05 pm

I like option 1 of the short listed ones! I like it because the tie is very striking. Good colour seem and if it was the fancy writing than the block writing it would be better. On a dark grey blazer with black skirt or trousers it would be lovely. I also think polo shirt would be more comfortable for the children rather than a shirt and tie!

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Eloise Stafford

March 23, 2016 at 8:11 pm

Logo concept 2, in my opinion, is the best option. Its modern and sophisticated design offers a business-like feeling to not only the uniform but the school as a whole.

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Eloise Stafford

March 23, 2016 at 8:22 pm

The logo in concept 1 is classy but the tie stripes too chunky and the badge too childish. The badge in concept 1, it is not at all fitting to the corresponding logo; it looks very unprofessional- contrasting completely with the logo. Alongside this, the tie does not follow the same colour scheme. In my opinion the school logo should blend seamlessly with the uniform, like in concept 2, by following the same colour scheme and font.