Uniform - Year 7 - 11

Item Style Colour Rules
Blazer School blazer with badge Green Blazers are to be worn correctly with sleeves rolled down. Blazers must be worn when walking around the school but can be remove in lesson with the teacher’s permission. Blazers cannot be replaced by jumpers.
Skirt School pleated skirt Tartan Skirts should be worn at the knee. Any skirt that no longer fits a student (i.e. is too short) should be replaced. Skirts should not be rolled up.
Trousers Tailored Plain grey No skinny fit or stretchy fabric trousers. Black trousers are not permissible.
Jumper V-neck Black Can be worn underneath (not instead of) a school blazer. Should not be tucked into skirts. Cardigans or hoodies are not permissible.
Shirt Long sleeved with collar White Must be worn with a school tie and with the top button secured. Sleeves should not be rolled up. Must be tucked in to skirt or trousers.
Summer blouse Short sleeved, with logo, open neck White Can only be worn in Term 1,5 and 6. Sleeves should not be rolled up. The blouse is not required to be tucked in.
Years 10 & 11 can wear this all year.
Tie School tie Green Must be worn with a white collared shirt and with the top button secured. Must be a suitable length, i.e. not too short or long.
Shoes Sensible, low heel, not sling back Black No boots (including ankle boots) can be worn. Plimsoll or trainers are not acceptable.
Tights Opaque Black or green  
Socks   Green Any other colour socks are not permissible. Socks with frills or other embellishments are not allowed.
Bag     A strong, medium sized bag should be used to carry equipment.

As part of their uniform a small House Colour badge can be purchased from Mrs Fleming, at the cost of £1, at the beginning of the school year.

Uniform is available at:

ALL ITEMS OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR UNIFORM MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH THE OWNER’S NAME

Make-up requirements

We have decided to revise the school make-up requirements. This means that all students in Key Stage 4 will be permitted to wear subtle make-up (see the below table for further details.) School is a formal setting, just like a place of work, where students should be treated equally. We do not want to encourage an environment where students are competing in terms of their appearance. We have agreed to subtle make-up for Years 10 and 11, however if students abuse this privilege then sanctions will be issued.
Make-up is still not accepted for Years 7-9. For those with skin problems it often makes the problem worse. However, concealer that is not readily detectible but helps the student feel that teenage acne is less obvious may, and should only, be worn after consultation with the student’s Head of Year.

Key Stage 3 (Year 7-9) Key Stage 4 (Year 10-11)
No make-up or nail varnish should be worn in Key Stage 3, without exception. Students in Key Stage 4 have the privilege of being permitted to wear subtle make-up. This means Years 10 and 11 students can wear make-up that is not noticeable to the observer e.g. light foundation/concealer, light mascara, lip balm. This concession is to recognise them as senior students in the main school and to support the transition to post 16 education or work. However, when a student abuses this privilege and wears too much make-up, then
Students’ uniform card will be signed and they will be required to remove their make-up. Discretion on how noticeable a student’s make-up is lies with staff.
The following items are not permissible for Key Stage 3 or 4 students:
  • Fake tan
  • HD style or tinted eyebrows
  • False eyelashes
  • Contouring or highlighting
  • Lipstick/lip gloss
  • Nail varnish or nail extensions

Hair should be one natural colour

Jewellery

Item Rules
Earrings One small, plain stud in each ear lobe. Any other ear piercings including cartilage piercings are not permissible. Students will be required to remove these.
Facial piercings No facial piercings are allowed.
Necklaces, rings, bracelets Students should not wear necklaces, rings or bracelets. Any students wearing these will be asked to remove them.
Wristwatch Allowed

Physical Education Equipment 

The majority of school PE kit items can now be purchased from the suppliers above and carry the school badge and name.  
Please note that the old PE kit can be worn until it needs to be replaced.

Compulsory

Available from suppliers above

 Available from any sportswear stockist

NB: The last three items are compulsory for Health and Safety reasons

Optional