- All items of uniform and games kit are compulsory and of regulation design and colour, unless otherwise indicated.
- They are obtainable only from the appointed school outfitters with the exception of footwear.
- All items of clothing must be clearly named with a sewn name tape. Shoes & watches must also be named.
- If your daughter has pierced ears, only small plain gold, silver or diamond style studs may be worn in Years 7 – 10 inclusive. Year 11 may wear one pair of small earrings of a discreet style. Earrings may only be worn in the earlobes.
- Make up is not permitted, except in Year 11, when discrete make up is allowed. Girls are not allowed to wear nail varnish.
- Our suppliers have selected good quality fabric for all garments. Please follow washing instructions carefully, especially with the school jumpers.
- Regulation school blazer
- Regulation tartan KJ35 style skirt for Years 7 to 9. Existing navy skirt for Years 10 and 11.
NB: when purchasing the skirt please ensure that the skirt is no shorter than knee length
- Regulation teal blouse, short sleeved
- Regulation navy school ‘V’ necked Jumper with teal stripe (Years 7 – 9)
- Regulation navy Jumper with white and teal stripe (Year 10 and 11 only)
- Navy/black tights to be worn in Autumn and Spring terms, and for formal events. Navy ankle socks to be worn in Summer Term only.
- Regulation navy overall for Science and Art classes
- Cookery apron
- Jute cookery bag (available from the Food Department)
- Regulation black shoes must be worn with school uniform (see attached lists)
- Regulation navy school bag – named with tape sewn on shoulder strap and name label completed for Y7 – Y9. Y10 and Y11 – plain black school bag or plain black or navy school bag (no logo) capable of holding A4 files and textbooks.
(These are optional, but no alternative may be worn)
- Regulation Tundra jacket
- Navy gloves
- Plain hair ties or hair band: navy or black.
- Hair fasteners must be small and discreet
- Regulation senior style scarf
A list of regulation shoes is supplied. In exceptional circumstances (eg size 10) shoes of a comparable style must be brought into school for approval before being worn.
Girls whose shoe size is above size 7 should choose a style that is as similar as possible to the regulation shoes; for example the shoes should have a strap or laces and a sturdy sole. These should be brought unworn into school for approval. In the past girls in this situation have found the following websites useful: www.magnusshoes.com and www.tallgirls.co.uk.