The school shop is located on the Worksop College site and is clearly signposted on the map in the car park. It stocks all uniform items for both Worksop College and Worksop College Preparatory School, Ranby House.

Managed by Mrs. Sam Case and assisted by Mrs. Pauline Fagan, Miss Adele Davey, Miss Bev Whyman and Mrs Jane Pimperton, their aim is to provide a quality service and offer guidance and advice to all parents. Any queries can be answered by telephoning 01909 537144 or email

The school shop stocks not only school uniform and sports kit but also a range of basic toiletries, stationery and during term time it also operates as a tuck shop. The full dress regulations information for Junior and Senior pupils can be viewed here.

For a full list of Worksop College and the Prep School uniform items and prices, please click on the appropriate link below.

College Uniform Price List 2015-16

Preparatory School Uniform Price List


School Shop Second Hand Clothing Guidelines


Frequently Asked Questions

When are you open?

During term time we are open 8.30am – 4.00pm Monday to Friday. Saturday hours are 8.30am – 1.00pm excluding exeats. The shop is closed during school holidays apart from the beginning and end of the summer break.

School Shop Opening Times Summer 2016

Why do I need to make an appointment?

Fitting a new pupil with school uniform and sports kit takes approximately 1 hour. Booking an appointment for this fitting ensures that we can dedicate to you our full attention. To arrive without an appointment would be unfair to you and to other pupils who have booked for that time.

If you are unable to make a prior booking then you can telephone us on the day that you wish to come and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Do Sixth Form pupils need to buy any uniform?

All pupils will need the basic sports kit. Boys will need to buy a school and house tie.

My child is not of average height/build, will you have uniform to fit?

The shop has in stock a large variety of sizes. However, it is especially important for you to book an early appointment if your child is not the average size as we don’t carry a high quantity of stock in sizes of less demand.

Do I need to buy everything from the school shop?

If you would like to purchase all items of uniform from us then we aim to provide clothing that is of good quality at a competitive price. Certain items you must buy from the school shop as they are of school design but if you prefer to buy the basics elsewhere then this is acceptable as long as the uniform criteria is strictly followed.

We also stock a range of sports items such as hockey sticks, basic mouthguards (although we do recommend one which is professionally fitted), shoulder pads, hockey and rugby gloves etc. We do not sell trainers as there is such an individual choice available in the High Street.

Do I need to bring my child?

Please bring your child with you for the purchase of uniform. It is better that they try it on before purchase.

How do I order clothes labels?

Name tapes for uniform can be ordered through the shop, either as you book your appointment, so that they can be collected with your uniform, or when you come for your fitting and posted to your home address. We recommend that all name labels include the house details so that if items are lost we can easily return them.

What methods of payment do you take?

Payment can be made by Visa, Debit Card, cheque or cash.

Can my child use the shop when at school and how do they pay?

Every child has a shop account set up and they will be given a pupil identity card which should be used to buy items which are to be charged to your end of term bill. We also accept cash. Pupils may purchase items from the shop at morning break and lunchtime. You may like to set an account limit for tuck or shop purchases. Please advise the Shop Manager of any limits that you would like to enforce at your uniform fitting.

Parents may change pupil spending limits during the school year by email or telephone call to the shop. We will not allow pupils to inform us of limit changes and we ask that changes are occasional rather than a regular occurrence.