All pupils must dress according to our Uniform Policy, which reflects our values and reinforces our school’s culture of high expectations and academic achievement.
Our school uniform is important to us because it is one way in which we identify ourselves as a school family and it promotes a strong, cohesive school identity which supports high standards and expectations in all areas of school life.
All branded items must be purchased from Clive Mark or collected from our second-hand swap shop:
- Jumper (purchasing and wearing a jumper is optional)
Shirt and trousers or skirt
A white shirt must be worn, buttoned to the top. It could be either short or long sleeved. Skirts and trousers must be black.
Hijab must be plain black.
Shoes are to be all in black and need to be of a material that can be polished. Trainer-style shoes are not allowed, neither are boots or shoes with thin heels.
The school bag must be a rucksack style holdall with two handles that can be placed over both shoulders and be carried easily on the back. The rucksack should be big enough to carry an A4 folder and all essential school equipment.
Plain black T-shirt
A plain black T-shirt or a plain black T-shirt with a small logo to the chest area. No Large Logos or stripes or colours.
Plain black sweatshirt
A plain black sweatshirt is allowed with no logos, stripes or hood. Hooded jumpers are not allowed!
Plain black tracksuit bottoms or shorts
A plain black pair of tracksuit bottoms or shorts are allowed with no stripes, large logos or other colours. A small logo is only allowed to the pocket area.
Hijab for PE
Hijab must be all black and tight around the head with no loose ends that can be pulled or get caught.
We ask that all clothing is named, including shoes, so that lost items can be returned to their owner. The school cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage of pupils’ property and valuables.
All mislaid items are placed in the lost property box located in the school office. Please ask the school office if you wish to look through this box. We endeavour to return all named property, but give unclaimed lost property to a local children’s charity at the end of term.