Uniform

Students are expected to arrive in uniform, wearing shoes. If you need support with any uniform matters, please contact the Form Tutor. We hope that all students take a pride in their appearance and show this by wearing suitable school clothing.

With a mind to the current financial crisis and the sharp rise in the cost of living, we have reviewed our school uniform to ensure it remains smart but affordable. All students currently at the school can continue to wear the uniform as it currently stands, but when it wears out, or the student grows out of it, please replace it with the new one.

To ensure the uniform is good value for money, there are no logos and it can be sourced from anywhere.

The uniform will be:

  • A white shirt or blouse (this can be a polo shirt if students prefer, but it must have a collar).
  • Black trousers or skirt
  • Grey jumper or cardigan
  • Black footwear.

Students may not wear jeans, brightly coloured or patterned tops, high heeled shoes or excessive jewellery or makeup.

Jewellery may cause injury to the wearer and others. It should be limited to stud earrings and items which reflect a family’s religious or cultural beliefs. Students may be asked to remove other items.