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School Uniform


We have tried to make the information here as explicit as possible. If parents are in any doubt, they should contact the school for clarification.  


Regulation items (in Italic type below) are only available from the School's official supplier, John Lewis.  PE Kit is supplied by PlayerLayer


All items must be clearly named, otherwise the school will not take responsibility for lost items

Items in italic type are available only from our uniform supplier

School blazer

School Sweater

School tie



Winter coat (optional)

Scarf (optional)


Year 7-9 regulation barrathea blazer with badge.   Students in Years 10 and 11 may wear a blazer of dark navy colour only.

Bearing school logo

This should not be tapered or worn with only the thin part showing, include at least 7 dark stripes, a sensible sized knot, with top button done up.


Plain navy or black, no logos

Plain navy or black



White blouse


Years 7-11 Navy Blue Skirt




Girls' Trousers




Make up and jewellery




Long sleeved, button through blouse.  Short sleeved, white blouses may be worn in the summer term.  All shirts should be worn with a tie and tucked in.

Inverted pleat.  Skirts should not be tapered and should not be more than 2cm above the knee or 5cms below the knee.


During the winter, black tights should be worn, but no other colour will be permitted.  In the summer term, traditional white ankle socks (no trainer socks) or flesh-coloured tights may be worn. 

Navy blue for Years 7-11, regulation school design.

Black, plain, low heel (no higher than 2 inches) and a style suitable for school.  Black leather.

Hair longer than shoulder length should be tied back at all times.  Only dark coloured slides, hair bands or hair ribbons are permitted.  HAIR MUST NOT BE DYED OR BRAIDED.

Make up (including nail varnish) and jewellery is not permitted.  Girls with pierced ears may wear small plain studs or sleepers, one in each ear lobe.  No other form of body piercing is permitted.












White regulation style only.  Short sleeved, white shirts may be worn during the summer term, worn with tie and tucked in.


Plain dark grey.  Traditional style and fabric.

A dark colour (medium/dark grey, navy or black).  No white/light colours.

Black leather, and a style suitable for school.

Extreme lengths and styles (less than a grade 3 or longer than 3" (8cms) and over the collar) are not permitted.  Hair must not be dyed or braided.  Boys are expected to be clean shaven, and are not permitted to wear jewellery.


Girls and Boys

PE kit is supplied by PlayerLayer


Simply visit the PlayerLayer website, select either the Key Stage 3 (Years 7-9) or Key Stage 4 (Years 10-11) PE Kit option to purchase all essential kit for lessons.


`Optional Extras` allow parents to purchase additional garments for students` specific sporting needs, and include base layer garments and other options.  Please note that the `Hoodie` tops are only available for Key Stage 4 students.


In addition, students will need the following which may be purchased from any retailer:

Football boots

Training shoes

Shin pads (essential for football and hockey)

Gum shield (essential for hockey and rugby)


Navy or black drawstring sports bag (to fit in locker)


House polo shirts in 3 colours are available at £12.50 each.

They may be purchased in the House colours: RED - Roman, BLUE - Trojan and YELLOW - Spartan.  They will have the school crest and printed surname embroidered on the front as well as the House name on the back.


Bags must be strong enough to protect text/exercise books.  PE kit should be brought in a separate bag.  Lockers are provided for all students, but these cannot accommodate large sports holdalls. 

Calculator: a "scientific" model. The Casio FX85ES-s is available from school, price £8.50.

A clip board is required for field studies.

Oxford Dictionary, available from school, price £7.99.

Geometry set, preferably Helix Achiever


It is essential that every item of clothing, footwear and other equipment is clearly marked, preferably with recognised name tapes.

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