• To encourage and promote self belief and pride in the school through the maintenance of a smart uniform
  • To foster a sense of collective identity by having a consistent uniform, worn correctly
  • To support security in the school through quick identification of those who should and those who should not be on the site
  • To minimise potential issues arising from social inequality by having an affordable uniform offered on a no profit basis
  • To maintain a simple uniform code that is easily understood by students, parents and staff, and which is easily enforced

School Uniform Regulations


  • If T-shirts are worn under shirts they must not be visible.
  • Scarves are not to be worn in the school buildings.
  • Baseball caps and other headgear are not allowed to be worn on the school premises.
  • Sweatshirts, hoodies and non-school jumpers are not allowed to be worn on the school premises.
  • All items of clothing and personal kit should be clearly marked with the student’s name. This will help in recovering lost property.


  • Students need to wear sensible footwear which supports the feet and keeps them warm and dry but do not damage the floors in school.
  • Footwear must be plain black (leather type material)
  • No high heels allowed.
  • Lightweight boots (not Doc Martins) are allowed so long as they are worn under the trousers.
Full Uniform Policy