Girl's Uniform Details
The regulation uniform is:
Grey skirt - regulation length – no split
Black blazer with crest
PLAIN Black tights or white socks
We are an 11-16 school. On the grounds of Child Protection and Health and Safety, we are obliged to make the following points regarding girls’ uniform:
We will be asking girls to remove make-up in line with our policy on uniform. As a rule of thumb, no make-up whatsoever is permitted in theJuniorSchool. In Year 12 only, Mrs Gallagher (Head of Key Stage 4) decides on acceptable levels – if make-up is very obvious then it must be removed. This includes facial make-up and nail varnish, although clear nail varnish may be applied.
Unacceptably short skirts may not be worn. A skirt should be no more than one inch above the knee. Girls persistently failing to comply with the regulation face being sent home from school to get changed or being removed from class to study in isolation until an acceptable uniform is worn.
PE Uniform for Girls
Girls & Boys
College PE Polo Shirt
College Black Shorts
College Black Socks
An optional tracksuit with the College crest/name is available.
PE Uniform for Boys
Approved Supplier, Little Treasures
Boy's Uniform Details
Black blazer with crest
We are asking boys to ensure that they wear the school tie properly. Ties that are tied too short are not acceptable. The thicker part of the tie should come to just above the boy’s waist. Boys should also ensure that shirts are tucked in.
Uniform Regulations for All Pupils
The approved supplier of the College uniform is Little Treasures, Portaferry. The uniform sold here is the only one which has been approved by us. Marice can be contacted anytime on 07740677986
Earrings and jewellery are not permitted on the grounds of health and safety. The College takes no responsibility whatsoever for such items should they be brought on to school premises. Pupils will be asked to remove such items and if they are worn persistently, they may be confiscated. Wristbands, necklaces and bracelets are also not permitted.
PE Uniform is compulsory. Pupils must wear the PE uniform to participate in PE classes.
School uniform promotes a sense of pride in the school community, self-discipline and is an excellent preparation for the world of work. I know that we can count on your full support in ensuring that all of our students are smartly turned out and can represent their school and their families in the best possible way.
Should you have any concerns or queries regarding uniform, please contact your child’s Form Teacher in the first instance. You may also contact Mr McDermott who is Acting Head of Key Stage 3 (Years 8-10) and Mrs Gallagher who is Head of Key Stage 4 (Years 11-12).