Black with school crest. Blazer sleeves should not be rolled up.
Instructions for applying the house badge can be found here.
Plain white – not ‘fashion’ shirt, with the top button fastened.
Long formal black trousers (not jeans, cords or fashion trousers).
Plain black school shoes, not training shoes or boots, no stilettos, sling backs, canvas shoes or open-toed sandals. Shoes should be plain with no logos or accessories.
Knee length black skirt or long black trousers*.
If girls wear trousers, a shirt and tie must be worn.
Black, sleeveless, with red stripe.
Black with fine red stripes.
Ties must be worn up to the collar so the top button is not seen, the front of the tie should display six stripes and the knot should be an appropriate size.
Date to be confirmed.
Suitable bag to fit locker (locker dimensions: 80cm high, 30cm wide, 32cm deep) pen, pencil, pencil sharpener, highlighter pen, coloured pencils, ruler, calculator, pen-drive, key ring for locker key.
Art/Technology: Overall or apron to protect clothing.
Dance: Comfortable loose trousers, T-shirt or vest top.
All uniform and equipment should be clearly marked with student’s name.
If a student wears training shoes or other footwear due to a foot or ankle injury, then a medical note will be required to confirm the need of such footwear and he/she may have to remain in school during breaks to prevent making the injury worse.
Students are not permitted to wear noticeable make-up. Jewellery is not permitted, with the exception of one pair of plain ear studs and a plain watch. No other piercings are permitted. Any student with an additional piercing will be asked to remove the piercing and it will be confiscated as per the school rules. Essential valuables, such as money and keys, should never be left unattended.
No extreme hairstyles are permitted and hair should be only one natural colour. If there is any doubt, parents should contact their child’s Year Leader prior to re-styling.
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