Trousers, blouses, shirts and jumpers must be a normal close fit.
Loose fitting “fashion” garments are dangerous in laboratories
and workshops and must not be worn. Shirts should be tucked in at all times. No
badges or slogans on items of clothing are permitted. Coats and
hats must be taken off and left in lockers or cloakrooms.
Skirts must be a sensible length. Very short
skirts are strictly forbidden. For reasons of safety, skirts must
not be tight fitting.
For boys - trousers should not be cord, jean
or combat styles. For girls - they should not be cord, jean or combat
style nor should they be low waisted, flared, laced or split at
Parents are asked to ensure that safe and sensible
shoes are worn by their children. They should, in all cases, be
black and polishable. They should not be suede, skater style or
black trainers. For girls - slipper style mules should not be worn.
Please remember that all students must have adequate foot protection
in science laboratories and all technology workshops. Sensible boots
may be worn with trousers. Soles that pick up mud cause much dust,
which presents problems for those students who have asthma and other
respiratory complaints. Such soles are strictly forbidden on grounds
of Health and Safety. Trainers should
NOT be worn to or from school.
Belts should be black and should not have large buckles.
Jewellery & Piercings
The only jewellery allowed in school is a watch. NO other jewellery should be worn. Piercings should NOT be worn.
Hair & Make-Up
Extremes in hairstyle, colour and pattern are NOT allowed. Make-up should be discreet and unobtrusive.
School bags need to be big enough to carry the equipment
and books that are required in school. Small handbag style bags
are not suitable for school and should not be used.