Uniform

All students are expected to uphold the high standards of the school. This is especially applicable to
uniform. It is our belief that if students are appropriately dressed for school, they are in the correct mind-
set for learning and the expectations this brings.

If a student is wearing incorrect uniform they will be told to correct it for the next school day and a mark
will be placed on their uniform tracker. Each tie a row is completed on the tracker, a sanction is put in
place. Should uniform breaches happen on a regular basis, parents will be asked to attend a meeting with
the DOPA to discuss a way forward as this is seen as persistent defiance.

School uniform is available to purchase from Skoolkit at 31 Leigh Road, Eastleigh, SO50 9FF or online at
www.skoolkit.co.uk.

Hair

Hair must not be shorter than Grade 2. Extreme hairstyles and hair adornment are not permitted. Hair
must be natural in colour. Tramlines, braiding and beads are not acceptable. Students who have long hair
must tie it back during activities where personal safety requires this.

Make Up

Makeup including nail varnish and false nails must not be worn.

Uniform

  • Tie - clip-on school tie
  • Shirt - plain white shirt, not patterned. Shirts tucked into trousers/skirts, top buttons should be done
    up to allow the clip-on tie to be worn
  • Sweatshirt - grey ā€˜Vā€™ neck sweatshirt with school logo
  • Trousers - plain black regular trouser, loose-fitting on the leg, not intentionally above the ankle or
    legging style
  • Skirt - Tartan skirt (purchased from Skoolkit) - skirts must be worn to the knee. They must not be
    rolled up at the waist
  • Socks/tights - plain black. Socks must be worn below the knee. No leggings or footless tights
  • Shoes - plain black leather shoes with entirely black laces/Velcro. (They must be business-like,
    leather and polishable with no visible logos, other colours or contrasting soles)


Jewellery - the only permitted items of jewellery are:

  • A watch
  • ONE stud in each ear lobe (Silver or Gold)
  • No other piercing is permitted in school
  • If you allow your son or daughter to have additional piercings, please arrange for these to be done
    at the start of the school summer holidays so that there is no need for retainers when they return to
    school in September. No piercings that require retainers should be undertaken at any other tie of
    the school year, as they will not be permitted
  • The wearing of any other jewellery, including wrist bangles either by girls or boys, is not permitted
  • The only badges that may be worn are those issued by the school

Summer Uniform - from May half term

  • There is an option to wear a summer short-sleeved shirt with school logo that can be worn without a tie and sweatshirt, the school will inform parents and students the date when this operates
  • If a short-sleeved shirt without a logo is worn, the school tie needs to be worn
  • If a sweatshirt is worn, a tie always needs to be worn

Coats

  • Dark outdoor coat of plain, sober colour and unpatterned material is preferable. (Fluorescent stripsadvisable for added safety on dark evenings)
  • Coats should be waterproof, hooded tops, tracksuit type jackets and other outdoor clothing of this type, particularly if emblazoned with logos/motifs or large lettering are not acceptable
  • Any coats should always be worn over school jumpers, not as a replacement, and should be removed
    when indoors

PE Kit

  • Black/purple PE Polo Shirt embroidered with Logo (purchased from Skoolkit)
  • Black/purple Shorts (purchased from Skoolkit)
  • Black Football socks OR white sports/trainer socks
  • Sports or Astro trainers
  • Black tracksuit bottoms only for the winter (optional)

KS3 (Year 7 and 8) - Dance

Boys and Girls - black/purple PE shorts (not leggings), black/purple PE Polo Shirt, bare feet

School Bag

We request a sensible rucksack style bag is used to carry equipment and possessions safely.

Prohibited/Banned items

  • Knives and other weapons
  • Drugs (other than prescription medication that is kept with first aid by arrangement)
  • Drug paraphernalia
  • Aerosol sprays
  • Tippex and solvents
  • Chewing gum
  • Energy Drinks, including Lucozade
  • Cigarettes, tobacco and other smoking paraphernalia
  • E Cigarettes and vaping equipment
  • Students are also advised not to bring cash or valuable possessions into school, as we cannot accept
    responsibility for loss or damage
  • Mobile Phones, iPads, MP3 Player, headphones should not be visible. Such equipment, if brought into
    school, should be kept in the students' school bag. (If such equipment is used without permission or it
    is seen around the school site during break ties and lunch ties, it will be confiscated and if a repeat
    offence parents or carers will be required to collect the item from reception)