School uniform develops a feeling of self-esteem among students and does much to eliminate feelings of inequality as well as projecting a positive image for the school. The principles of the school uniform are smart, professional and understated. All students (other than the Sixth Form) will wear the items of dress set out below.
The school asks for your co-operation to ensure that your child always comes to school wearing correct school uniform. If for any reason this is not possible, please write a note to your child’s tutor.
All students in the lower school have a locker for bags and coats.
Dress Common to All
Blazer - black with the school crest blazer badge
Shirt - white, of sufficient length to be tucked in
Tie - clip-on only, the correct colour for your child's year group:
Year 10 - silver
Year 11 - blue
Ties are available to purchase from the School Office
Jumper or Cardigan - v-neck, black, standard waist length
Skirt or trousers – mid-grey trousers or mid-grey pleated skirt, unrolled, unaltered and of an appropriate length
Tights – black or natural, not patterned
Socks - dark colour with no patterns or designs
Shoes - black school shoes, they must be leather/leather look/polishable. Boots, suede or canvas or shoes with prominent or coloured logos are not permitted. Examples of acceptable shoes below.
Sports and PE
Sports Top - blue and grey
Sports Socks - black
PE Top - white t-shirt
Sports shorts, skirt or leggings - black only
Students may wear one pair (only) of discreet earrings and a wrist watch. Other body piercings and visible jewellery are not allowed for any students.
Flamboyant or extreme hair colours and hairstyles are not acceptable. Make-up or nail varnish, if worn, should be discreet. False nails are not permitted
Students may wear coats on the way to and from school, and during break and lunch if the weather is inclement. Coats may not be worn between or in lessons. Students may wear less formal outdoor wear, such as hooded tops, on the way to and from school, but must store them in their locker upon arrival at school, and may not wear them during the school day, inlcuding break and lunch.
If a student arrives at school in non-uniform items, parents may be contacted and the student sent home to change. This includes:
- Denim or leather clothing
- Black trousers or skirts
- Leggings or jeans
- T-shirts with logos worn under shirts or blouses
- Training/canvas shoes and soft shoes with logos
Parents should contact the School Office if they have any questions about personal appearance, hairstyles or uniform BEFORE purchase.
formal black school shoes, they must be leather/leather-look/polishable. Trainers, boots, skate shoes, shoes designed for leisure wear, suede or canvas shoes or shoes with prominent logos are not permitted. (See photos below showing examples of acceptable/unacceptable shoes – this is not an exhaustive list)
Examples of acceptable shoes
Examples of unacceptable shoes
We are collecting donations of school uniform that are in good, clean condition. There is very high demand for this from students who are having difficulties obtaining the required items. Kindly drop any items to school reception, they will be very much appreciated. All proceeds from sales help support disadvantaged students.
Buying Pre-owned Uniform
If you would like to buy preowned uniform ready for September, you should book a slot for our preowned uniform sale, which is held in July each year. The link to booking slots will be available on this page after the Easter break.
If you wish to purchase second-hand uniform during the school year, please complete this online form and someone will get in touch with you once they have checked if there are suitable items available.
Prices: Blazers are £5.00 and all other items are £1.00