Years 8 – 12: navy blazer with school badge (see badge at top of this policy), to be worn every day.
Years 13-14: burgundy blazer with school badge (see badge at top of this policy), to be worn every day.
Years 8-12: grey, ankle length, pleated; no other skirts will be accepted.
Years 13-14: grey, ankle length, pleated; no other skirts will be accepted.
Shirt: white – A short sleeved white shirt may be worn
Years 8 – 12: navy, V-neck with school colours
Years 13 – 14: grey, V-neck with school badge (see badge at top of this policy)
Years 11 – 12 only: a navy cardigan with school badge (see badge at top of this policy)
Years 13 – 14 only: a grey cardigan with school badge (see badge at top of this policy)
Tights: black cotton, opaque at least 60 denier
Tie: Year 8 – 12: school colours, navy background with red and yellow stripes
Year 13 – 14: navy background with school crest
Shoes: Formal, black, flat/low heeled shoes
- No coloured laces other than black
- No coloured stitching other than black
- No white soles
- No suede / canvas
- No plimsolls
- No trainers, Converse, Vans etc
- No ballet style shoes / pumps
For very specific reasons (e.g. medical, supported by evidence from a Health Professional) and only with the permission of the Principal (or V.P in Principal’s absence) students may be permitted to wear smart, business style trousers to school. Parents should make a written request to the Principal via the main office.
An appropriate school bag must be carried daily. School bags must not display political emblems or football team colours/emblems.
Correct equipment for use in lessons should be in the school bag. As a minimum list, this includes a pen, pencil, ruler, some coloured pencils and a calculator.
Red School Polo shirt and/or red school t-shirt – with school crest
Red School Hooded sweatshirt and/or black 1/4 zip top – with school crest
Black School Sports Leggings and/or black school tracksuit bottoms – with B.M.S.G.
Black School Gilet – optional
Socks: White trainer/ankle socks
Trainers: Vans, Converse, fashion trainers etc. are NOT permitted
A dark coat may be worn to and from school but must be removed in school. Coats cannot be carried around school during the day. They can be placed in a school bag or left with the Form Tutor or the School Office.
Scarf: school colours only
Pupils may wear the following items of jewellery only:
- One watch
- One small ring
- One pair small stud earrings in the lower ear lobe
- One small nose stud
For reasons promoting the Health and Safety of all, students are NOT permitted to wear any other visible piercings and will be expected to remove them if they are worn into school and replace with a clear retainer. If a student refuses to comply, work will be provided and she will be returned to the care of her parent / guardian until the issue is resolved and she is safe for learning.
Pin badges/ribbons (charity):
Students are permitted to wear one charity pin badge or ribbon on the lapel of their blazer. (e.g. breast cancer awareness, British Legion Poppy Appeal). These badges or ribbons must not display political emblems or football team colours/emblems.
Students are only permitted to have hair coloured in a natural colour. Bright or extreme coloured dyes are not acceptable. Students may wear a simple plain band or a bobble to tie back their hair.
No make-up for Years 8-10
Make up in Years 11-14 should be kept to a minimum and be subtle
For reasons promoting the Health and Safety of all, students are NOT permitted to have long or pointed nails or nail extensions. Students may have their nails painted.
NB: A supply of spare uniform is kept in the Student Hub. Students who are wearing incorrect items of uniform will be expected to wear these on a temporary basis.