Uniform can be purchased online at our Uniform Webshop and collected from school reception or directly from our suppliers.
All exchanges must be made within 30 days and direct with our suppliers, Adelie — for more information on this, please contact them using the details below:
Unit 1 & 2
The Rope Walk
Alternatively, order forms can be downloaded below.
Please contact Mrs Castle in reception on 337193 for any information about the ordering & collection of uniform.
Please note that your details will be shared with our supplier in order to complete uniform transactions, payment details are not included.
Towards Consistency — Uniform
Uniform should be worn with pride — it creates a sense of identity and equality, it is business-like, it prevents fashion displays, it enables students to be easily identified. All staff need to challenge uniform infringements, no matter how small, as this enables a consistent message to be reinforced across the school. Students who arrive in school wearing the incorrect uniform should be referred to their Head of Year who will take appropriate action with SLT support as necessary.
During lessons and tutor time
Uniform should be worn as per guidelines — shirts tucked in, top button done up, ties done up and tight. Blazers should be worn with sleeves rolled down. Any make-up should be worn in KS4 only and should be natural and unobtrusive. Skirts should be of a reasonable length. Jewellery and piercings should be worn according to school policy (one pair of ear-studs & one ring). Coats should be removed during lessons and tutor time. Shoes should be normal school shoes. Staff should challenge uniform being worn incorrectly and check uniform at the beginning and end of every lesson. Persistent wearing of incorrect uniform should be logged via SIMS and planner. If uniform can be corrected through teacher intervention then it should be.
In the Corridors
As above — students can only wear trainers if they are playing football during social time and must change back into their school shoes before re-entering the building. Staff should expect the same standard of dress on and around the school site during social time and duty teams should ensure that uniform is checked on arrival to/departure from school and entering the building.
If a student arrives in school wearing incorrect uniform, they should be sent to their Head of Year in Student Services. Examples include extreme hair colour/style, incorrect piercings, tight/flared trousers, trainers or other incorrect footwear, ripped or frayed uniform, nail varnish, obtrusive make-up. Skirts and trousers should not be denim/lycra/canvas. Heads of Year will note the uniform infringement and work with parents and SLT to rectify uniform within an agreed time limit which will be noted in the planner.
Sixth Form Dress Code
Students must follow the dress code (no shorts, no flip-flops, clean and presentable) and wear their ID badge visibly at all times. Staff must challenge infringements to this policy, asking students to return home if inappropriately dressed or to collect a temporary ID badge from PSM.