NAVY blue, knee length skirt with school crest. Skirts should be knee length. Navy or black socks or navy or black opaque tights only. Patterned tights are not permitted.
Full school uniform must be worn by all students to, from and in school, in the correct manner, ie ties done up and shirts tucked in.
Full length, plain BLACK (Boys)/NAVY (Girls), tailored design. Trousers are not to be tight fitting and Jeans are not permitted.
These should be BLACK leather. Please note that Health and Safety regulations require that all shoes provide toe and heel covering. Boots, canvas or trainer type shoes may not be worn in school. Shoes should not have logos. Trainers may be worn only during PE. From September 2015 no alternatives will be acceptable.
The school tie should be worn all day, with the exception of PE and Dance lessons. Ties should be fastened up to the neck and be long enough to cover at least 5 shirt buttons.
The school PE kit should be worn during all PE and Dance lessons.
Extreme/fashion hairstyles are not allowed. Hair must be of a suitable length, off the eyes and collar for boys, and no shorter than a No. 3 – it should not be long. Students must not dye their hair. No fashion haircuts and no hair extensions. No hats of any kind should be worn inside the building
Mobiles must be kept out of sight, and must be switched off throughout the school day. If seen or heard they will be confiscated
Make Up is not allowed. Including fake tan, nail varnish and embellishments/extensions False eyelashes are not permitted.
One pair of small (no more than 4mm in diameter) metallic studs on the ear lobes only (one in each ear). Any other piercing is not allowed. Parents should contact the school if they are in doubt about a potential purchase. Other jewellery MUST NOT be worn with the exception of a wrist watch.
All students must have their school diary, pens, pencils and all other equipment needed for school. School bags must be black and of a suitable size to carry all their equipment.
Pupils are not allowed to bring high energy or fizzy drinks into school.
Pupils are not allowed to bring chewing gum into school under any circumstances, as it causes serious damage to personal and school property as well as to the general environment.
Students are encouraged to bring water bottles to school especially in warm weather but misuse of water will result in the water fountains being turned off.
iPODS & ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
These items are not permitted in school.
Aerosols are not allowed in school