Uniform regulations

Students may only enter our school when dressed in the appropriate attire: a school uniform as worn in Britain during the 1950’s.


The school tie

You will receive the school tie at the first event you're attending.


A white blouse/shirt with long or short sleeves.

Blouses will be tucked in to the skirts/shorts at all times. Top buttons will always be done up.

In winter time students are advised to wear a white (long sleeved) t-shirt under their blouse.

A formal plain dark coloured skirt/short trousers.

Girls: The school skirt

The alternative skirt must be a dark colour and just above the knee or knee length. No denim, linnen, corduroy, leather, tartan or pin-stripe.

Boys: The school shorts in mid-grey

The alternative shorts must be black or a dark grey and just above the knee. No denim, linen, corduroy, leather, tartan or pin-stripe. They will not be low-waisted, skin-tight, excessively loose, long, short or torn.

Plain white knickers.


Girls Traditional knickers

Boys traditional Knickers

No lace or other frivolities.

In winter time girls are allowed  to wear tights in black, white or skin colour. They  must then still wear their socks.


Girls: The grey school socks or White school socks

The alternative must be white knee length socks. They may be with a turnover top, but no lace or other frivolities.

Boys: The school socks

Alternative socks must be grey knee length socks, preferably with a turnover top.


Sensible black shoes.

An example is found on the picture next to this text or here for girls or here for boys.

No boots, trainers, pumps, high heels or sneakers are allowed, nor are Vans or Converse trainers/shoes. Maximum permitted heel height for girls is 5cm. Shoes with a coloured or white logo or white soles are not permitted. If the shoes have laces they must be black.