Our uniform reflects the school's tradition and innovation of which we are so proud. We believe that by encouraging our students to dress smartly for school, we are building on the standards, discipline and professionalism that they will require in the competitive world of work.
School uniform plays a vital role in contributing to the ethos of the school and setting the appropriate tone and we want all our students to be proud of their uniform and also to have a say in how it is designed. The design of the current uniform was proposed by the School Council.
*Any hair accessories (hairbands, clips or bobbles) must be black, navy blue or white. Jewellery should not be worn. No badges are to be worn other than those issued by the school.
Parents must ensure that all property is clearly and indelibly marked with its owner’s name. We recommend that large sums of money, valuable clothing or belongings etc. should not be brought to school. Our Insurance Policy does not cover loss or damage to personal belongings such as mobile phones and iPods.
Please remember that the school is the final arbiter of the appearance of pupils.
More detailed uniform guidance is found in the Uniform Policy, available for download above.