Students are expected to wear school uniform and be neat and tidy at all times.
Black or charcoal grey trousers
Black skirt *
White shirt (buttoned to collar) *
School tie (clip on) *
School jumper *
White polo shirt * #
Black shoes (no trainers) / black socks
Black / navy, low-heeled shoes
Plain black / navy tights or white socks
Waterproof, outdoor coat
School bag (large enough to hold files and books)
# Summer term option
All uniform should be clearly named. Sportswear, hooded tops, caps, scarves and handbags are not part of the school uniform and should not be brought into school. These items will be confiscated by Form Tutors during registration. The school has the right to send students, who do not attend in full uniform, home, to change into the correct uniform.
The standard is shown in the following table:
Smart, tailored, plain black school trousers of waist height and ankle length.
(No jeans, chinos, hipsters, skinny-fit, leg pockets)
Smart, plain black skirt of knee length - no more than 2 inches above or below the knee. Should be worn with black opaque tights or plain black or white socks.
(No splits, tiered or tight/bodycon skirts)
White, stiff-collared shirt buttoned up, that can be tucked in. Should always be worn with the school clip on tie.
(No tightly fitting blouses)
School-crested polo shirt during the summer term. (Students should not wear coloured or lettered undergarments, which may be visible through their collared or polo shirts)
Hard soled, black shoes with a sensible heel.
(No trainers, regardless of colour, currently fashionable canvas shoes, boots, flipflops, sandals)
School-crested navy blue jumper.
(No cardigans, hooded sweatshirts or tops of sweatshirt material)
Make-up should not be worn by students in Years 7 - 9. Light make-up may be worn in Years 10 -11. Coloured nail-varnish is not allowed.
(Students wearing excessively heavy make-up or coloured nail-varnish will be asked to remove it)
On the grounds of health and safety, we do not allow students to wear jewellery, with the exception of ear-studs/sleepers and a wrist-watch.
Bags should be large enough to hold files, textbooks and equipment.
The school has the right to send students, who do not attend in full uniform, home, to change into the correct uniform.