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Uniform Girls

Girls 

Blazer                    Royal Blue Blazer with school badge (Trutex).

Blouse                   Light Blue Blouse with two piece collar for wearing with a tie.

Tie                           Royal Blue (year 7-10) or Silver (year 11 only).

Skirt                        Taylor tartan skirt (Trutex).

Trousers                Graphite Grey. No jersey or jeggings.

Socks/Tights          Grey plain socks or black opaque tights.

Shoes                    Black and low heeled. No canvas, trainer style shoes or sandals.

Coats                     May be worn to and from school and secured in a locker during the day.

Jewellery               One pair of plain studs (gold or silver) only in the lower part of the earlobe. Other facial and body piercings are not permitted. A watch and one flat ring is permitted – no other items of jewellery.  

Hair                        No extreme make-up or inappropriate hairstyles or colours. No nail varnish. No acrylic nails. No ‘smart’ watches.

 Sportswear

Boys and Girls Navy and cyclone blue polo top with logo. Navy and cyclone blue long sleeved top with logo. Navy and cyclone blue shorts (boys and girls), navy and cyclone blue skort (girls) navy sports socks, plain gum shield, shin pads, trainers with non-marking soles and studded boots suitable for hockey/rugby/football. There is an optional hoodie, track pants and girls navy leggings. Please make sure you label or write your name in all your uniform so it is easy to identify.

If your uniform is incorrect you can be expected to receive a phone call home with a short period to rectify.  Failure to do so could result in sanctions being applied that may include isolation and/or, in extreme circumstances, being sent home.

 Any pupil unable to wear the correct shoes due to medical issues will need a note from their doctor specifying the reasons. 

    

 ALL UNIFORM MUST BE CLEARLY NAMED.

FIRST NAME AND SURNAME INSIDE EACH GARMENT. 

 Wearing the uniform correctly means that:

  • Shirts and blouses should be tucked in
  • Top buttons should be fastened
  • Ties should be to waist level

Uniform Girls

Girls 

Blazer                    Royal Blue Blazer with school badge (Trutex).

Blouse                   Light Blue Blouse with two piece collar for wearing with a tie.

Tie                           Royal Blue (year 7-10) or Silver (year 11 only).

Skirt                        Taylor tartan skirt (Trutex).

Trousers                Graphite Grey. No jersey or jeggings.

Socks/Tights          Grey plain socks or black opaque tights.

Shoes                    Black and low heeled. No canvas, trainer style shoes or sandals.

Coats                     May be worn to and from school and secured in a locker during the day.

Jewellery               One pair of plain studs (gold or silver) only in the lower part of the earlobe. Other facial and body piercings are not permitted. A watch and one flat ring is permitted – no other items of jewellery.  

Hair                        No extreme make-up or inappropriate hairstyles or colours. No nail varnish. No acrylic nails. No ‘smart’ watches.

 Sportswear

Boys and Girls Navy and cyclone blue polo top with logo. Navy and cyclone blue long sleeved top with logo. Navy and cyclone blue shorts (boys and girls), navy and cyclone blue skort (girls) navy sports socks, plain gum shield, shin pads, trainers with non-marking soles and studded boots suitable for hockey/rugby/football. There is an optional hoodie, track pants and girls navy leggings. Please make sure you label or write your name in all your uniform so it is easy to identify.

If your uniform is incorrect you can be expected to receive a phone call home with a short period to rectify.  Failure to do so could result in sanctions being applied that may include isolation and/or, in extreme circumstances, being sent home.

 Any pupil unable to wear the correct shoes due to medical issues will need a note from their doctor specifying the reasons. 

    

 ALL UNIFORM MUST BE CLEARLY NAMED.

FIRST NAME AND SURNAME INSIDE EACH GARMENT. 

 Wearing the uniform correctly means that:

  • Shirts and blouses should be tucked in
  • Top buttons should be fastened
  • Ties should be to waist level

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