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School Uniform

All items of uniform should be clearly labelled.

Trousers: Plain Grey school trousers (no jeans, chinos or other fashion trousers)
Shirt: Plain White school shirt
Tie: School Tie
Shoes: Plain Black (no boots, trainers, canvas shoes, pumps or fashion shoes e.g. Vans etc)
Jumper: V-Necked Maroon with School Badge (optional under blazer)
Socks: Black or Grey
Blazer: Maroon

Trousers: Plain grey tailored
Shirt: Plain White school shirt
Tie: School tie
Socks/Tights: Plain White, Grey or Black with no decoration, Patterned tights are not allowed
Jumper: V-Necked Maroon with School Badge (optional under blazer)
Shoes: Plain Black (no trainers, boots, canvas or fashion shoes e.g. Vans etc.). Heels should be no higher than 2 inches
Blazer: Maroon
Skirt: Banded school skirt available from Valentino Schoolwear Ltd

Trousers: these should be school wear, and not fashion, trousers e.g. not skinny trousers. They should not be in Lycra material. They should be grey in colour; black is not permitted.

Skirts: these should be school wear and not fashion skirts. Skirts with a split are deemed as fashion skirts.
Please note that with effect from September 2018 new pupils must wear banded school skirts available from Valentino Schoolwear Ltd.

Top Coats should be plain and dark in colour. No Leather/PVC/Denim Top Coats or hooded sweatshirts are permitted. A rucksack style bag worn across both shoulders is recommended to alleviate problems of back pain later in life.

PE Kit

Black/White Rugby Shirt
Black/White Polo Shirt
Black Shorts
Black full length socks
Football boots
White socks for indoor PE

School crested black tracksuit jumper
School crested black tracksuit pants
White thermal skin
Kit bag

Please note that Training Shoes for indoor use in the Sports Hall should have clear, non-coloured soles and can be purchased through sports shops or other stores.

Notes of Guidance for Parents – if you are in doubt, please contact the school

  1. Hair must be kept clean, tidy and of reasonable length. Students should have their natural hair colour whilst in school, unusual, exaggerated and coloured hairstyles are NOT permitted; this includes hairstyles which are deemed by the Head teacher to be excessively long or short, patterned corn rows and other patterned haircuts are not permitted. If this rule is not adhered to, the student will be placed temporarily in the focus room, pending an exclusion.
  2. Make-up, nail varnish and conspicuous hairdressings are NOT permitted because they are not suitable for school and can pose hazards in some of the specialised activities that take place within the school. Students are allowed to wear one ring and one pair of small metal stud earrings in the lower ear lobe only. Make-up is not permitted for years 7-11. No other piercings, including nose studs, eyebrow and
    tongue piercings are permitted. If this rule is not adhered to, the piercing will have to be removed or the student will remain in the focus room.