School Uniform

School uniform is a very important part of British school culture. We believe that wearing a smart, formal uniform for school has many advantages. Wearing uniform creates a sense of pride in the school to which the pupils belong (esprit de corps), it communicates to pupils that work in school is serious and important and it means that pupils do not need to be distracted by fashion as they dress each day.

Uniform for boys and girls in our school is as follows:

Early Years

Girls Boys
Black formal shoes Black formal shoes (NOT sports shoes)
Blue school tights Black or navy-blue school socks to cover the ankle

Primary School

Girls Boys
Black formal shoes (NOT sports shoes) Black formal shoes (NOT sports shoes)
Blue school tights Black or navy-blue school socks to cover the ankle
Grey school skirt Grey school trousers
White school blouse White school shirt
Maroon school tie Maroon school tie
Blue school sweater (if needed) Blue school sweater (if needed)
Blue blazer Blue school overcoat (if needed)
Blue school overcoat (if needed) Blue school woollen hat (if needed)
scarf (if needed) scarf (if needed)
Blue school woollen hat (if needed) Blue Blazer
PE Summer PE Summer
PE Winter PE Winter
Bermuda

Secondary School

Girls Boys
Black formal shoes (NOT sports shoes) Black formal shoes (NOT sports shoes)
Blue school tights Black or navy-blue school socks to cover the ankle
Grey school skirt Grey school trousers
White school blouse White school shirt
Maroon school tie Maroon school tie
Blue school sweater (if needed) Blue school sweater (if needed)
Blue blazer Blue school overcoat (if needed)
Blue school overcoat (if needed) Blue school woollen hat (if needed)
scarf (if needed) scarf (if needed)
Blue school woollen hat (if needed) Blue Blazer
PE Summer PE Summer
PE Winter PE Winter
Bermuda

Hair, make-up and jewellery

Girls
Hair – should be cut in a conservative style so as not to draw attention
Make-up – should not be worn
Jewellery – should be limited to a few small, discreet items, for example, a wristwatch and one set of earrings (stud type)
Apart from one set of earrings for girls, body piercings are not allowed in school
Boys
Hair – should be cut in a conservative style so as not to draw attention; boys should always be clean-shaven
Make-up – should not be worn
Jewellery – should be limited to a few, small, discreet items, for example, a wristwatch
Body piercings (including earrings) are not allowed in school
Pupils and parents should note that the school will exercise some discretion in deciding appropriate dress and haircuts for pupils in school. The Headmaster will take the final decision on what is acceptable for boys; the Deputy Headmistress will take the final decision on what is acceptable for girls.

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