Uniform & Equipment

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GIRLS’ UNIFORM

  • School Blazer – Regulation grey blazer, with official school badge.
  • School Tie – Regulation tie (red).
  • Skirt or Trousers – Formal, plain black, knee-length A-line or pleated skirt (no stretch-fit, pencil style or skater skirts permitted) or plain black formal trousers. No jeans, chinos, stretch material or skinny-fit trousers are permitted.
  • Shirt – formal white, long sleeves with stiff collar.
  • Pullover/Cardigan – Grey V-neck cardigan (optional).
  • Socks/Tights – Plain black ankle socks, tights or knee-high, plain black/dark grey socks.
  • Shoes – Plain black lace-up or slip-on formal leather/leather-effect shoes with low heels (no more than two inches in height). Please note that boots, trainers, fabric/pump-style or sling back shoes are not permitted. No Velcro permitted. Plain black heels only.
  • Coat – Plain dark fabric 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 and leather jackets are not permitted.
  • Headscarf (for religious reasons) – Plain.
  • PE kit – Regulation kit.

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BOYS’ UNIFORM

  • School Blazer - Regulation grey blazer, with official school badge.
  • School Tie – Regulation tie (red).
  • Trousers – Formal, plain black. No jeans, chinos or stretch material or skinny-fit trousers are permitted.
  • Shirt – Formal white, long sleeves with stiff collar.
  • Jumper – Grey V-neck jumper (optional).
  • Socks – Plain black or dark grey.
  • Shoes – Plain black lace-up or slip-on shoes in a formal style. Leather or leather-effect. Please note that boots, fabric/trainer-style and high-top trainers are not permitted. No Velcro permitted.
  • Coat – 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 and leather jackets are not permitted.
  • PE kit – Regulation kit.

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Blazers and Ties

At times of extreme heat students will be informed by the Head of School when ties and blazers can be taken off in school. It is expected that they will be worn at all other times, including school trips and on journeys to and from school, unless otherwise instructed. Students are required to ask permission from a member of staff if they wish to remove their blazer during a lesson. Blazers must be worn outside of the classroom.

Jewellery

Students may only wear a watch (no smart watches) and one plain pair of stud earrings but no other jewellery is permitted. Plasters may not be worn to cover nose piercings or otherwise prohibited 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 should not be extreme and should only ever be a natural colour. Parents should consult, in advance, with the Head of School if they are unsure as to the suitability of a change of style. The school shall be the arbiter of the term ‘extreme’.

Make-up

Make-up and nail polish are not permitted. In exceptional circumstances light foundation will be permitted to disguise skin complaints or medical conditions however parents must contact the school and receive consent from the Head of School or School Leader. Self-tanning is strictly prohibited. Any unpermitted use of make-up in school will result in confiscation and/or the student being required to remove it.

Mobile Phones

In the interests of safety and whilst the school is in temporary accommodation, students will be allowed to bring a mobile phone to school. However, students are not permitted to use a mobile phone at any point during the school day or within the school building at any point unless directed by a member of staff. If your son/daughter is caught using their phone, or their phone is seen or heard, it will be confiscated and put in the school safe, where it must be collected by a parent/carer at the end of the school day unless otherwise communicated.

Personal devices

In the interests of safety, students will be allowed to bring a mobile phone to school. However, students are not permitted to use a mobile phone at any point during the school day or within the school building at any point unless directed by a member of staff.

Smartwatches are strictly prohibited.

If your son/daughter is caught using their phone/smartwatch, or their phone/smartwatch is seen or heard, it will be confiscated and put in the school safe, where it will remain until collected by a parent/carer at the end of the school day unless otherwise communicated.

Essential Equipment

The equipment listed below is what your child will need every day.

They will be issued with a Student Planner at the start of term to help them organise their time and record important reminders about anything extra or different they may sometimes need to bring in. Your help and support in monitoring this would be very much appreciated.

Pencil case

  • 3 pens (blue or black ink plus 1 red pen)
  • Ruler, protractor and compass
  • Pencils
  • Rubber
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Colouring pens/pencils (optional)
  • Black dry-wipe pen and cloth board wiper (starter set to be issued by school to all new Year 7s)

Other Equipment

  • Scientific calculator
  • Reading book (student choice of fiction or non-fiction)
  • Mini dictionary/thesaurus

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