A high standard of personal appearance is expected at all times.

Students must have a note of explanation from home if for any reason they are not wearing the required dress.

We expect all students to wear the school uniform.  Extremes of fashion should be avoided.

Girls

  • Black Skirt (same style as Grammar School) or Black trousers
  • White shirt
  • Black blazer with school logo
  • Purple tie KS3 (Years 7 – 9)
  • Purple striped tie KS4 (Years 10-11)
  • Grey pullover with Purple trim (optional)
  • Black shoes
  • Black or white socks

Boys

  • Black trousers
  • White shirt
  • Black blazer with school logo
  • Purple tie KS3 (Years 7 – 9)
  • Purple striped tie KS4 (Years 10-11)
  • Grey pullover with Purple trim (optional)
  • Black shoes
  • Black or white socks

PE

  • Black Reversible rugby shirt – Year 7
  • Plain black shorts
  • Black polo shirt with logo
  • Black socks with 3 stripes
  • Optional Prostar Black training top with logo
  • Optional Plain black tracksuit bottoms
  • Training shoes (with a non-marking sole)
  • Black swimwear (above knee for boys) & towel
  • Football boots and Shin pads

The full Uniform can be purchased from either Fletchersports, Podgers or Shoestring. All shops have a list of Uniform requirements and will be able to help you should you have any problems.

gym uniform

Jewellery and make-up

  • With the exception of a watch and one stud earring in each ear, no jewellery must be worn
  • No make-up or nail varnish or nail extensions may be worn in Years 7, 8 and 9.  Discreet make up and nail varnish may be worn in Years 10 and 11
  • No facial piercings or neck bars – covering with a plaster is unacceptable
  • No extreme hair styles, accessories or colours.  Patterns created in the hair and total shaving of the head is regarded as extreme
  • Boys must be clean shaven, no facial hair

Trainers

  • If a student has not got their shoes, he/she will be given black pumps to wear during the day.  Only if the student has a medical note will he/she be allowed to wear trainers.

All items of clothing should be clearly marked with the student’s name.

Parents who wish to apply for clothing grants must contact the Education Social Work Service (tel. 710821) at the beginning of the school summer holidays. 

The Education Welfare Service will determine entitlement to a clothing grant.  Parents will receive a voucher in the post itemising the clothing covered by the grant.  These vouchers will begin to be issued from the beginning of August onwards. If further items of uniform are required during the academic year, please contact the Education Department (tel 710821 ext. 251) to enquire whether you qualify for further assistance. You are not required to complete another application form unless your financial circumstances have changed.