Uniform

Boys - Year 7 to 9

Blazer

Grey blazer with badge (available from uniform suppliers)

Trousers

Plain, Charcoal formal trousers of a polyester/viscose type fabric.

Shirt

Plain white with shirt-type collar.  The shirt can be long or short sleeved.

Jumper

Plain grey stocking stitch jumper with collarless V-neck.  The jumper can be long sleeved or sleeveless.

 

Boys - Year 10 to 11

Blazer

Black blazer with badge (available from uniform suppliers)

Trousers

Plain, black formal trousers of a polyester/viscose type fabric.

Shirt

Plain white with shirt-type collar.  The shirt can be long or short sleeved.

Jumper

Plain black stocking stitch jumper with collarless V-neck.  The jumper can be long sleeved or sleeveless.

Boys - All Years

Tie

College tie (available from uniform suppliers)

Shoes

Plain black formal Leather shoes. No boots, canvas shoes, trainers or suede shoes should be worn.  Shoes must not have coloured soles or trims.  Coloured laces are not permitted, they must be black.

Socks

Plain grey or black socks.

PE/Games

Training shoes, white socks, white shorts, red football socks, football boots, shin pads, gum-shield and towel.

Games shirts are a red polo top with school badge and/or a red/ white rugby top with white collar. (Available from uniform suppliers).

Black and Red Tracksuits/ Red sweatshirts with School badge/ CDS Sport rain jacket are a welcome addition but not essential. (No Hoodies)

  • Denim, brushed cotton or corduroy trousers are forbidden.
  • Coats should be removed during lessons and NO hoodies or sweatshirts should be worn in replacement of a coat or jumper.
  • Hats, scarves and gloves should NOT be worn in the school building.
  • Extreme hairstyles or colours will not be permitted.

 

Girls - Year 7 to 9

Blazer

Grey blazer with badge (available from uniform suppliers)

Trousers

Plain, Charcoal formal trousers with school logo (available from uniform suppliers). 

No other trousers are permitted.

Skirt

Box pleated skirt in the school tartan (available from uniform suppliers)

Shirt

Plain white with shirt-type collar.  The shirt can be long or short sleeved.

Jumper

Plain grey stocking stitch jumper with collarless V-neck.  The jumper can be long sleeved or sleeveless.

Girls - Year 10 to 11

Blazer

Black blazer with badge (available from uniform suppliers)

Trousers

Plain, Charcoal formal trousers with school logo (available from uniform suppliers). 

No other trousers are permitted.

Skirt

Box pleated skirt in the school tartan (available from uniform suppliers)

Shirt

Plain white with shirt-type collar.  The shirt can be long or short sleeved.

Jumper

Plain grey stocking stitch jumper with collarless V-neck.  The jumper can be long sleeved or sleeveless.

Girls - All Years

Tie

College tie (available from uniform suppliers)

Shoes

Plain black formal Leather shoes (low heel). No stilettos, sling backs, canvas shoes, peep toes, trainers, boots or suede shoes should be worn.   Coloured laces are not permitted, they must be black.

Socks

Plain grey or black socks.

PE/Games

Training shoes, white socks, white polo blouse with school badge, Black and scarlet skort.  Red shorts and Black leggings are optional.

Black and Red Tracksuits/ Red sweatshirts with School Badge/ CDS Sport rain jacket are a welcome addition but not essential. (No Hoodies)

  • Coats should be removed during lessons and NO hoodies or sweatshirts should be worn in replacement of a coat or jumper.
  • Hats, scarves and gloves should NOT be worn in the school building.
  • Extreme hairstyles or colours will not be permitted.
  • DISCREET makeup is acceptable for KS4 students only.
  • Nail varnish and acrylic nails are NOT acceptable.

 

Jewellery

  • Students wearing jewellery in school can be an obvious source of danger and is forbidden.Students wearing jewellery will be asked to remove it.Items will be confiscated for one week, including a weekend.
  • Discreet studs (one per earlobe only) may be worn at the owner’s physical risk where a student has pierced earlobes.
  • Body, facial and other ear piercings are considered a danger and MUST NOT be worn for school.
  • Student who cannot remove jewellery for any reason may be excluded from lessons.

Under no circumstances will the school be willing to accept responsibility, financial or otherwise, for the loss on school premises of any items of jewellery worn or brought to school by students.

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