|Blue blazer with school logo
|(optional) Blue V-neck school jumper, with school logo
||White fitted, sleeved blouse
|Black tailored trousers (not skinny jeans or chinos). Any belts should be black.
||Black, pleated skirt of modest length (no shorter than 5cm above the knee)
||Black socks or tights (not both, no over-knee socks or legwarmers)
|Plain, black leather shoes
||Plain, black leather shoes with low heel
Please click here to see examples of our uniform and details of our uniform suppliers.
Details of our PE Kit can be viewed here
Please note that boots, canvas pumps and trainers are not permitted. Shoes are deemed to be acceptable for school if they are plain black leather and not overly decorative; they should be flat, black and sensible. Sports branded footwear (including Vans, Converse, Nike, Adidas) is not acceptable.
School uniform should be worn on the journey to and from school and at ALL TIMES in school. Shirts or blouses must be tucked in and buttoned to the neck; sleeves should not be turned up over the blazer cuffs. Only school-related badges should be worn on blazer lapels and jumper cuffs should not be pulled down beyond the blazer’s sleeves. Trousers must not be tucked into socks.
In colder weather, an appropriately smart coat (with no large logos) may be worn over the blazer whilst outside school but not in the school building. Hoodies and tracksuit tops are not permitted.
All students should have an appropriate school bag.
No extreme hairstyles or colours are allowed: only conventional cuts and natural colours are permitted.
Students can wear one small stud or sleeper only, in the lobe of each ear. Piercings to other areas including nose, lip, eyebrow, tongue or stomach are not permitted. Neither are clear plastic retainers.
Any additional jewellery, including bracelets or charity bands, will be confiscated.
Only natural-looking make-up is permitted. Nails should be clean and natural: no nail varnish or false nails please. Any extreme facial or hand make-up will have to be removed.
The final decision on uniform acceptability lies with the Principal or Deputy Headteacher.