School Uniform – Years 12 and 13

The intention is to have smartly dressed students within a dress code that provides some elements of choice.

GIRLS

Plain shirt with collar.  Hip-length may be worn outside trousers or skirt. 

Shirt must have sleeves (no sleeveless) and must cover the midriff at all times.

– Colours:  Black or White

Plain tailored cardigans or fitted jumpers.

– Colours: Black, Grey or Navy

Must be worn with a shirt.

Tailored skirt, trousers, or suit

–  Colours:  Black or Grey

Trousers should be full length. No denim.

Shoes with flat or sensible block heels

– Colours:  Black or Brown

No stilettos. No trainers.

Socks or tights

– Colours: Black, Grey, White or Neutral

BOYS

Plain tailored shirt and school tie

– Colours: Black or White

Shirt must be tucked inside trousers with top button fastened.

Plain tailored cardigans or fitted jumpers

– Colours:  Black, Grey or Navy

Must be worn with a shirt and school tie.

Tailored trousers or suit

– Colours:  Black or Grey

Trousers should be full length.   No denim.

Shoes

– Colours: Black or Brown

No trainers

Socks

– Colours: Black or Grey

 

NOTE: Any excess of fashion, jewellery or piercing is not permitted. No checked, striped or patterened garments. No hooded garments or sweatshirts. The school is justifiably proud of its students and if necessary, students who fail to adhere to the above guidelines will be required to change.

Notes

The Department of Education has passed on the following information:

 There may be some occasions where an item of jewellery cannot reasonably be removed.  An example is when ears have been pierced and ear studs have been inserted to allow the pierced holes to heal before earrings may be worn.  The studs constitute a hazard when worn during physical activity, but equally infection may result if they are removed.  A possible solution is to tape the ears with the studs in place so that any accidental knock to that part of the body will not result in the pin of the stud penetrating the skin below and behind the ear.  A satisfactory compromise solution of this kind can usually be arrived at in such circumstances.

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