We have a school uniform which we expect all students to wear every day. Parents have a vital role to play in ensuring correct uniform is worn. We ask for your support in these matters so as to ensure smooth starts to each school day.
Please note that we prefer students to wear black school shoes but if trainers are worn they must be completely black and very plain. Shoes must be suitable for indoor and outdoor use and heels should be low.
Trousers or skirt grey or black (no jeans)
School or plain sky blue polo shirt (see photo below)
School or plain navy blue sweatshirt (see photo below)
Black shoes/plain trainers
The school office carries small stocks of new uniform. An order form to purchase uniform items for students is included at the end of this page.
Students may wear a maximum of one small, plain stud in each ear. Bracelets should not be worn unless there are religious or medical reasons. Necklaces should be concealed. All jewellery must be removed for P.E. lessons for safety reasons and, therefore, it is advised that new piercings are carried out at the beginning of the summer holiday so that holes are sufficiently healed to allow for removal of the studs. Staff will not be responsible for any jewellery in school.
Students should not bring valuable items into school. However, if students bring a mobile phone or music player for use on the transport, it must be handed in to form teachers at the start of the day. The school cannot be responsible for the loss of valuables unless they are handed over in this way. We ask that phones are handed in as a precaution against cyberbullying and theft. Students are able to access phones in the event of an emergency.
Requirements for P.E.
For reasons of hygiene we feel that your child must change into different clothes and shoes for P.E and games. Students should wear a sky blue T-shirt and black shorts. They will need a pair of pumps or trainers. In the colder months, students should bring a track-suit or sweatshirt and track-suit bottoms.
Deodorants or perfumes should be non-aerosol types as aerosol use increases the risk of asthma for some of our students.