Uniform

Please note that it is far more practical for the girls to wear uniform trousers rather than skirts.

For a full selction of unifrom please visit the on-site School Shop, open Mon-Fri from 8am to 4pm and at selected times during school holidays.

Please click here to download the School Shop Terms and Conditions.

Blazer

Navy school blazer with embroidered emblem, - only available at our school shop. (This is an optional item)

Blouse

Blue/white narrow striped blouse

Skirt

Plain navy blue, knee length A-line skirt in non-stretch material – to be worn no shorter than 3 inches above the knee

Trousers

Plain navy blue, tailored loose straight leg or bootleg style (not "skinny fit"). Wide enough to allow sufficient width at the ankle, allowing for boots to be worn underneath the trouser. Summer term only 3/4 length trousers or City shorts. PLEASE SEE PHOTOS BELOW OF ACCEPTABLE TROUSERS

City Shorts (Summer Term Only)

Plain navy blue. Please see picture here for style of shorts. NO other alternatives can be worn. These can be purchased from H&M or On-Line for £14.99.

Sweatshirt/Cardigan

V-necked navy blue with embroidered school logo, or navy cardigan with embroidered school logo, with year specific ribbon (Gold Yr 7, Lilac Yr 8, Red Yr 9, Green Yr 10, Blue Yr 11)
White round neck t-shirt may be worn under blouse in winter months

Socks/Tights

Plain, white or dark

Footwear

Leather–like flat shoes or ankle boots in black, dark brown or navy, no canvas shoes, plimsolls or sandals to be worn.  Boots must be worn under the trousers.
Boots can only be worn October to March and they should be black, dark brown or navy. Boots must be worn under the trousers.

Coat

School fleece (winter months only)
Plain navy, black, cream or light coloured jacket.
No hoodies or logos. Denim and leather jackets are not acceptable.

Please note that it is not acceptable for girls to wear alternatives to those items specified here. All uniform items should be labelled clearly with the owner's name.
 

Trousers

Allowed Not Allowed
TrousersLoose TrousersSlim

 

Jewellery

 

The only jewellery which may be worn is a watch and no more than 2 small stud earrings (no stretchers) which must be removed for Physical Education.

 
FACIAL PIERCINGS AND OTHER VISIBLE PIERCINGS AND TATTOOS ARE NOT ALLOWED.
 

Hair, Nails & Make-Up

 

Hair dye must be within the attached range. Please see hair colour chart. Shaved patterns in the hair are not permitted.

No make-up is to be worn by pupils in years 7-11.

No coloured nail varnish to be worn, false nails (acrylic) need to be of an acceptable length not patterned or coloured.

Any items that are an infringement of our uniform policy may be confiscated.
 

PE Kit

 

Games and Athletics

Red PE Sweatshirt, White collared polo shirt with embroidered school logo, Navy shorts, White socks, Navy Tracksuit, White outdoor trainers.

Gymnastics and Trampolining

White collared polo shirt, Navy shorts, Navy or black leotard.

Dance

Black leggings or footless tights, black top.

Drama

As per Gymnastics, Bare feet

All kit should be clearly named.
 
All kit should be plain and void of any large pictures/designs/logos.
 
Long hair should be tied back. Students should provide their own hair bands, although the PE department has a supply of elastic bands which could be used.
 
All jewellery should be removed
 

This should be placed in valuables tray and then handed into the PE Office. No responsibility will be taken for valuables left in the changing room.

Medical bracelets/necklaces should also be removed, and the member of staff informed.

All staff should challenge any students who are wearing incorrect uniform, jewellery and makeup. Facial or other obvious body piercings and tattoos are not permitted.

 

Any student not adhering to the school’s expectations will be sent home to change. This action will be followed up through our disciplinary procedures and in accordance with the Department for Education School Uniform Guidance, Sept 2013, which states that “Teachers can discipline pupils for breaching the school’s rules on uniform or appearance” and that “a head teacher may ask a pupil to go home to remedy a breach of the school’s rules on appearance or uniform.” In line with our behaviour policy, we will also make a decision to isolate any student in incorrect uniform.

Our aim is to ensure that your daughter achieves her full potential and therefore we are grateful for your support in ensuring that our students meet the expectations of our uniform policy.

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