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School Uniform

Our uniform code is based on safety and practicality and reflects the active curriculum we offer. As a school, we try to ensure that we keep costs to parents as low as possible by ensuring the vast majority of our uniform can be bought from any retailer.

School Uniform can be purchased from Uniformity Clothing and MyClothing – see the links below.

(FYI: Uniformity Clothing also has a retail outlet in Handbridge, Chester.) 

www.uniformityschools.com – Primary School & Senior School

www.myclothing.com – Senior School Clothing

www.myclothing.com – Primary School Clothing


Lower School (Reception and Years 1-6)

Most of our uniform can be purchased from any supplier, including supermarkets and department stores:

  • Black, charcoal or grey trousers or black jogging bottoms or black leggings
  • Black, charcoal or grey skirt or shorts (both knee length)
  • Black, charcoal or grey pinafore dress (knee length)
  • Green checked dress for summer (knee length)
  • Black, grey or white socks
  • Black shoes or black trainers or Piedro boots where medically indicated (no colour restriction due to limitation on number of pairs provided)

Uniform available from school suppliers:

  • Jade or white polo shirt with school logo, or plain white polo shirt which can be bought from any supplier including supermarkets
  • Jade sweatshirt with school logo or jade cardigan with school logo or plain jade sweatshirt which can be bought from any supplier including supermarkets

Children will also need:

  • A one-piece swimsuit and towel for swimming, and a PE bag
  • A book bag or backpack (similar to the one on our school suppliers’ page)
  • A PE kit of plain black shorts (plain black tracksuit bottoms in cold weather), plain black t-shirt, and trainers in primary classes for those children who are physically able to get changed

Our uniform suppliers have other items such as a school outdoor fleece and outdoor jacket, a book bag, a school bag and a PE bag. While parents may want to purchase these items with school logos, they are optional.

Jewellery/Hair/Make-up: children, when old enough to do so responsibly, may wear a watch and small pair of stud earrings; hair should not be coloured or in an extreme style and make-up may not be worn.

Exemptions on religious grounds: the school will work with parents to accommodate such exemptions; please discuss individual cases with us so we can risk assess appropriately.


Upper School (Years 7-11)

Most of our uniform can be purchased from any supplier, including supermarkets and department stores:

  • Black, charcoal or grey trousers or smart black jogging bottoms or smart black leggings as needed
  • Black, charcoal or grey skirt or uniform-style shorts (both knee length)
  • Black, charcoal or grey pinafore dress (knee length)
  • Green checked dress for summer (knee length)
  • Black, grey or white socks
  • Black shoes or black trainers or Piedro boots where medically indicated (no colour restriction due to limitation on number of pairs provided)

Uniform available from school suppliers:

  • Forest green or white polo shirt with school logo, or plain white polo shirt which can be bought from any supplier including supermarkets
  • Forest green sweatshirt with school logo or forest green cardigan with school logo or plain forest green sweatshirt which can be bought from any supplier including supermarkets

Children will also need:

  • A one-piece swimsuit and towel for swimming, and a PE bag
  • A book bag or backpack (similar to the one on our school suppliers’ page)
  • A PE kit of plain black shorts, plain black t-shirt, and trainers for those children who are physically able to get changed; plain black tracksuit bottoms and sweatshirt for cold weather

Our uniform suppliers have other items such as a school outdoor fleece and outdoor jacket, a book bag, a school bag and a PE bag. While parents may want to purchase these items with school logos, they are optional.


Sixth Form (Years 12-14)

Sixth formers do not have a uniform and should wear clothes suited to the activities on their courses. On some day, this may be smart clothes on a work placement; on other days it might be more casual wear for lessons; on others it may be clothing suited to practical lessons. The important principle is that they are neat, clean and safe. Our Sixth Form should be an example to the rest of the school and this includes their appearance.

This also applies to hair styles and jewellery. While there are no specific rules about hair colour and style and jewellery for our sixth formers, they may be on work placements or college link courses where dress codes apply and it is important that they take this into consideration.

Clothing in a school environment which is never appropriate: clothing which is too tight or too revealing or too short; clothing with offensive slogans; clothing which is impractical for the activity and causes a health and safety risk.

As part of the students’ induction into the sixth form, tutors will talk to them about what is appropriate in different settings. In addition, students will need one-piece swimwear and a towel, and clothes for PE, including trainers.