Parent Information: Uniform
Updated 13 March 2013
Uniform for Boys and Girls
At the opening of the School, the Governing Body favoured the establishment of a school uniform policy and this has been maintained for all pupils of statutory school age. A list below gives details of the uniform which is available from suppliers:
Many of the garments may also be purchased in multiple stores throughout the district.
Indoor Uniform for boys:
A hairstyle appropriate to the uniform policy of the school is expected. Hairstyles with a step, undercut or other extreme style are not acceptable.
Outdoor Uniform for Boys:
Physical Education Uniform for Boys:
Boys White Kit
Boys Games Kit
Uniform list for Girls
Indoor Uniform for Girls:
A hairstyle appropriate to the uniform policy of the school is expected. Extreme styles are not acceptable.
Outdoor Uniform for Girls:
Physical Education Uniform for Girls:
Girls White Kit
Girls Games Kit
The student's initials should be embroidered or ironed on all tops.
Pupils with pierced ears may wear a small pair of plain gold coloured studs, one in each ear lobe. These must be removed for all PE lessons for Health and Safety reasons. No other jewellery should be worn. It is also suggested that ears are pierced at the beginning of the six week summer holiday in order to avoid problems in PE and around the school at the beginning of the term. This applies from Year 7 to 11. Students who have their ears pierced during the academic year will be expected to remove their earrings for PE lessons. First aid assistance to remove and replace earrings will be available if necessary.
All clothing and property should be clearly marked with the owner's whole name since clothing can easily be lost, especially when changing for PE, particularly trainers and soccer boots.
For Health and Safety reasons, we would recommend that all students participating in Hockey and Rugby lessons in school should wear a mouthguard for protection. These can be purchased either from any Sports Shop or from your Dentist. The latter are more expensive but are specifically made to fit your child’s mouth.
Divisions are named after inspiring leaders in their field:
Plain black tracksuit bottoms (not jogging bottoms i.e. heavy cotton material)
Must not be high sided (high tops) i.e. above the ankle except for basketball. Students may not wear skateboarding or astro-turf shoes indoors. Canvas shoes, pumps or plimsolls are not permitted in lessons under any circumstances.
Health and Safety regulations require that students do not wear any jewellery for P.E. lessons. If ears have been pierced during term time, then earrings must be taken out before participation will be allowed. They cannot be taped over.
Long hair must be tied back at all times; this applies to boys and girls.
Health & Safety
For some activities such as Rugby, Football and Hockey students will need protective equipment such as; gum shields, shin pads. Additionally, if students require medical aids e.g. inhalers it is their responsibility to bring these to each lesson and hand to the class teacher.
All kit, including footwear, should be named and preferably initialled.
Updated 13 March 2013