Uniform and Equipment

School Skirt – School regulation black knee length skirt, with official school badge (compulsory for girls wishing to wear a skirt – no other skirt style will be permitted)

Purchase of Uniform

School uniform is available to purchase directly from school every day

Price List:

  • School Blazer – School regulation grey blazer, with official school badge (compulsory) - £24.95
  • Jumper – school regulation grey V-neck (non-compulsory) - £11.95
  • School Tie (compulsory) - £4.50
  • School Skirt – School regulation black knee length skirt, with official school badge (compulsory for girls wishing to wear a skirt – no other skirt style will be permitted) - £13.50

New PE Kit - ​(For new year 7 students starting in September 2018 only and to be phased in for existing students until stocks of the Polo Shirt, Girls Fleece and Boys Reversible Long Sleeved Sports Top are completely sold out. They can however purchase any of the new PE Shorts, Skorts, Leggings, or Tracksuit Trousers and socks. They can also buy a hoodie if they already have a Long Sleeved PE Top or Fleece) .

  • School Black/Royal Polo Shirt, with official school badge (compulsory) - £10.00
  • School Unisex Black Hoodie with official school badge (compulsory) - £12.00
  • One or more of the following as required;
    1. School Black/Royal Shorts, with official school badge - £7.50
    2. School Black/Royal Skort, with official school badge - £11.50
    3. School Black Leggings with official school logo – £7.50
    4. School Black/Royal Tracksuit Bottoms with official school badge - £13.50
  • Royal Blue long sports socks (compulsory item, but can be purchased elsewhere) - £3.25
  • Short white sports socks (compulsory item, but can be purchased elsewhere) - £2.50

The school uniform and dress code

  • School Blazer - School regulation grey blazer, with official school badge (compulsory)
  • School Tie
  • Skirt or Trousers –School regulation black knee length skirt (available to purchase from the school uniform shop), with official school badge (compulsory for girls wishing to wear a skirt - no other skirt style is permitted) or black trousers (no jeans or skinny fit trousers are permitted)
  • Shirt – formal white, long or short sleeves with stiff collar
  • Jumper – School regulation grey V-neck (non-compulsory)
  • Socks – plain black
  • Shoes – plain black lace-up or slip-on shoes in a formal style. Please note that boots, fabric/pump style shoes or trainers are not permitted. Please click here for examples.
  • Coat – (non-compulsory) – plain dark raincoat, duffel or anorak. A discreet logo is permissible. Coats are generally not to be worn in or around school during the working day. Denim, leather jackets and hoodies are not permitted. These items will be confiscated and placed in the school safe until parents are able to collect them.
  • Hat – Summer hat: Students may wear suitable hats for protection from the sun in the summer months to and from school and when outside of the building during break times. These may be agreed with the student’s Head of Year. Winter hat: plain winter hat. Baseball caps are not permitted in any circumstances, including journeys to and from school.
  • Headscarf (for religious reasons) – plain black or light grey head scarf

Summer Uniform

At times of extreme heat students will be informed by the Head of School when ties and blazers may be taken off in school. However, it is expected they will be worn on journeys to and from school and on school trips.

Mobile Phones

Any use of a mobile phone – whether it is for calls, messaging, photographs, video films or games – is strictly prohibited during the school day. Any abuse of the above rules or if a mobile phone is seen will result in the phone’s immediate confiscation. Students who object to this will incur sanctions for uncooperative behaviour. School does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage to these items, should this rule be broken and these items should not be brought in to school. Sanctions will be issued if a mobile phone is used in school, during either lesson times or recreation. It will be confiscated, and a parent/carer required to collect the item from the school office.

Jewellery

Students may wear a watch (no apple devices) and a plain pair of gold/silver (no jewels) stud earrings but no other jewellery is permitted due to health and safety issues and liability in case of loss. Therefore, if students wish to have any part of their body pierced they must arrange this at the beginning of the Summer holidays so that the wound has sufficient time to heal. Plasters may not be worn to cover body jewellery. If students disregard this they will be isolated from other students until they comply with the regulation.

Hairstyles and Attire

Baseball caps are not permitted in any circumstances.

Hairstyles and hair colour should not be extreme. Parents should consult, in advance, with the Head of Year if they are unsure as to the suitability of a change of style. The school shall be the arbiter of the term ‘extreme’.

As part of this we do not allow students to have their hair or sections of their hair to be dyed with a non-natural hair colour.

If students disregard this they will be isolated from other students until they comply with the regulation.

Make-up

For Health & Safety reasons make-up and nail polish are not permitted. In exceptional circumstances light foundation will be permitted to disguise skin complaints (a medical note from the GP will need to be provided for this).

PE Kit

Girls

  • School polo shirt
  • School microfleece
  • School shorts
  • Training Trousers: Plain black/navy - the wearing of training trousers will depend on the activity and the weather conditions and will be at the teachers' discretion.
  • Socks: Blue football socks (outside lessons)/white ankle socks (inside lessons) depending on activity
  • Appropriate outdoor trainers with ankle support/football boots (not plimsolls or high top trainers) with non marking soles
  • Other: Navy or Black ‘skin tops, woolley hats and gloves (where this is appropriate for the activity) can be worn in colder weather, shin pads, mouth guard (optional but recommended)

Boys

  • School polo shirt
  • School reversible long sleeve sports top
  • School shorts
  • Training Trousers: Plain black/navy - the wearing of training trousers will depend on the activity and the weather conditions and will be at the teachers' discretion.
  • Socks: Blue football socks (outside lessons)/white ankle socks (inside lessons) depending on activity
  • Appropriate outdoor trainers with ankle support/football boots (not plimsolls or high top trainers) with non marking soles
  • Other: Navy or Black ‘skin tops, woolley hats and gloves (where this is appropriate for the activity) can be worn in colder weather, shin pads, mouth guard (optional but recommended)

Equipment

​Students are expected to have the following items everyday:

  • a pencil case containing: two pens (blue or black ink), a green pen, two pencils, a whiteboard marker pen (drywipe), pencil sharpener, rubber and a ruler
  • a scientific calculator
  • their fully charged iPad
  • their student planner which should be signed at home on a weekly basis
  • a reading book for our daily DEAR (drop everything and read) session

At various times they may also need a protractor and a pair of compasses.

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