School Uniform

All items of school uniform, PE and games kit should be purchased from the official stockists of school uniform and PE kit, Schoolblazer, please see www.schoolblazer.com.

Please note: all articles brought to school must be clearly marked with the pupil’s name, with name tapes sewn on to garments. Pupils must arrive at School and depart from School in uniform unless special permission has been given. 

Uniform For Boys

  • Navy blue blazer with badge and charcoal-grey trousers from the official School outfitters only
  • School tie with logo from official School outfitters only
  • White shirts
  • V-neck navy blue jumper in house colours from official School outfitters only
  • Black socks
  • Black low-heeled shoes, plain and polishable (no boots, suede shoes or trainer shoes are permitted)
  • School scarf/dark blue or black
  • Science - [protective clothing] - white laboratory coat
  • Food Technology - [protective clothing] - PVC or plain white apron
  • Art & Design – overall or old, adult size, shirt

NB It is NOT permissible on hygiene grounds to use the same protective clothing for both Science and Food Technology.

PE/Games Kit

All items below are compulsory for all students:

  • School white PE shirt
  • School rugby shirt (reversible) & School games shorts
  • School games socks
  • School tracksuit bottoms (either windproof and/or School Taslan waterproof)
  • School swimming shorts
  • School hoody and/or Taslan waterproof top
  • Cricket trousers (white)
  • School PE shorts
  • School cricket shirt
  • School cricket sweater (for Year 7 squad players)
  • School navy blue baselayer

NB The School waterproof top will be the only one permitted to be worn for all sporting activity (including PE and Games) at School.

Other Equipment

  • Black games boots (football or rugby style) to be fitted with British Standard Rugby Safety Studs (kite marked)
  • White (predominant colour) trainers (lace up) and white socks
  • Cricket clothing is not required until the Trinity (Summer) Term. For information on equipment see the PE staff

Uniform For Girls

  • Navy blue blazer with badge and skirt in tartan colours (no shorter than knee-length) from official School outfitters only
  • Fitted blouse with revers (long or short sleeved)
  • Navy blue jumper in House colours (no cardigans) from official School outfitters only
  • Opaque plain black tights (plain black ankle socks may be worn in the summer term)
  • Black LOW-HEELED, plain, polishable shoes (no thick soles, stiletto heels, suede or boots)
  • School Scarf /dark blue or black
  • Science (protective clothing) - white laboratory coat
  • Food Technology (protective clothing) - PVC or plain white apron
  • Art & Design – overall or old adult size shirt

NB It is not permissible on hygiene grounds to use the same protective clothing for both Science and Food Technology. Girls’ long hair must be tied back off the face for safety reasons. Any hair bands must be black.

PE/Games Kit

All items below are compulsory for all students:

  • School games shirt and skort
  • School white PE shirt
  • School games socks
  • School tracksuit bottoms (either windproof and/or School Taslan waterproof)
  • Games bag
  • School swimming costume with logo
  • School hoody and/or Taslan waterproof top
  • School PE shorts
  • School navy blue baselayer

NB The School waterproof top will be the only one permitted to be worn for all sporting activity (including PE and Games) at School.

Other Equipment

  • School swim hat (navy)
  • Tennis Whites for team players
  • Astro turf shoes (to be advised by PE department)
  • White trainers (lace up)
  • Hockey Stick and Tennis Racquet

All girls require their own hockey stick and tennis racquet which should be clearly marked with their own name. The hockey stick will be required for September. Tennis racquets are not required until the start of the Trinity (summer) Term and details regarding their purchase will be circulated during the Lent term. Pupils requiring a new racquet are advised to wait until the Lent term so that they can ensure that the correct size racquet is obtained for their use at that time.

Safety Equipment

Shin Pads - Hockey

Parents/guardians are also strongly encouraged to ensure that all pupils have shin-guards for use in Hockey. This applies to all girls from Year 6 and to boys in Year 7 and upwards who are playing hockey.

Gum Shield (For Hockey & Rugby)

It remains the individual’s choice with regard to the wearing of a mouthguard, but parents/guardians are strongly advised to ensure that their child has a correctly tted mouthguard for contact sports: Rugby Football and both Girls’ and Boys’ Hockey.

Headguards (Rugby Football)

It is recommended that Junior Pupils and/or newcomers to the game of Rugby Football should consider the purchase of an IRB approved Rugby Headguard. This item assists in promoting con dence and also in reducing the chance and effect of potential injury.

Backpack

It is highly recommended to choose a backpack which will provide comfort and support to your child’s back. The ChiroPak is exclusively endorsed by the Chiropractors Association of Australia. It is ergonomically designed with a unique adjustable spinal board speci cally designed to allow you to shape the pack to your child’s back, evenly distributing weight & reducing the likelihood of back pain and spinal problems caused by carrying heavy items. The ChiroPak is available online at www.marathonbagsdirect.com or call Marathon School Supplies on 01932 359188.