There is no doubt that the positive ethos of the school, the firm but fair discipline, the students' attitude to work and to themselves, are all reflected in the wearing of the school colours. The uniform also enhances the feeling of "belonging" to the school. Our uniform also increases our security as it makes any intruder to our buildings or grounds easier to identify.
We are proud of our school colours, and are sure that the wearing of them adds a sense of pride and of responsibility to the wearer.
|Blazer||-Black with School Badge||-|
|Skirt, pinafore or trousers||-Black||-|
|Shirt||-White Shirt with School tie||-|
|Socks||Girls - White socks or red tights Boys - Grey socks||-|
|Tie||-Red and Gold school tie||-|
|pullover or cardigan||-Red school sweatshirt or cardigan||-|
|Polo shirt||-Gold school polo shirt||-|
|Waterproof Jacket||-Red, fleece lined, waterproof school jacket|
|Shoes||-Black school shoes|
Pupils should wear black gym shoes, a T-shirt and black shorts - above the knee. Gold school P.E. T-shirts are available from reception.
Tracksuit bottoms and joggers should not be worn.
Football colours should not be worn at school.
- Pupils should wear black school shoes. Trainers or high-tops should not be worn to school. Pupils can bring trainers for P.E. activities held outdoors.
- Pupils should bring an appropriate jacket to school as they will only stay inside at breaktimes if there is heavy rain or if there are severe weather conditions.