Uniform

 

School uniform is compulsory for all pupils

School uniform is to put everyone on an equal footing. It needs to be low cost, comfortable, easy to wash, suitable for work and conform to health and safety rules and to create a sense of belonging to the school community. We don’t allow designer clothes, designer hairstyles such as tramlines, jewellery and make-up. We also don’t believe children should be allowed to challenge us on such matters. Pupils are expected to wear black shoes and ensure that hairstyles and colours comply with our requirements – hair should be in a natural shade; please note that colours such as pink, bright red or purple are not permitted.

Girls

  • Royal blue sweatshirt with badge*
  • Royal blue polo-shirt with logo*
  • Plain black skirt, straight or pleated,

or

  • Plain black trousers, tailored
  • Plain white or dark socks

or

  • Plain black ribbed tights
  • Plain black shoes
  • Outdoor garment – Plain black, navy, royal blue.
  • Optional royal blue fleece with logo*

Boys

  • Royal blue sweatshirt with badge*
  • Royal blue polo-shirt with logo*
  • Plain black trousers
  • Plain white or dark socks
  • Plain black shoes
  • Outdoor garment – Plain black, navy, royal blue.
  • Optional royal blue fleece with logo*

Sixth Form

  • Black shoes
  • Black skirt or trousers
  • Black polo shirt with school logo*
  • Black v-neck jumper with school logo*
  • Black cardigan with school logo*

Notes

Trousers - No flares, leggings, denim jeans, corduroys, cotton twills, track-suits, lycra, or stretch trousers, no draping over shoes.

Skirts – Must be reasonable length, no slits.

Shoes – Black, flat or sensible, broad heel – (high heels, and platform soles and sandals are unsafe in school). No logos.

Outdoor garments – No denim or leather jackets, or coats bearing slogans. No caps or hats. No non uniform cardigans, jumpers or tops.

Jewellery – Watch, one signet ring, one pair stud earrings only worn on the ear lobe. No earrings, studs on any other part of the ear, nose studs, eye brow rings, tongue studs, lip rings, necklaces, bracelets, bangles, rings. No facial or body piercing of any kind. No tattoos.

Hair – All long hair to be tied back in areas where health & safety is a priority. No stripes, braids or additions of any kind. No shaven heads, no tramlines, no words, pictures or logos cut into hair styles. Natural hair colourings only – no colours such as pink, red, purple or ‘badger’ colouring.

In General – The latest fashion fads and innovations should be avoided in school.

Girls’ Sportswear

  • Royal blue polo shirt
  • Black/navy shorts or skorts
  • Gold/ White Socks
  • Trainers
  • Royal blue hoody (optional)
  • Black/navy tracksuit bottoms to be worn outside only, if cold.

Boys’ Sportswear

  • Royal blue & gold rugby top
  • Black/navy shorts
  • Gold socks
  • Rugby boots
  • Trainers
  • Royal blue hoody (optional)
  • Black/navy tracksuit bottoms to be worn outside only, if cold.

NB PE is compulsory by law. Pupils who forget their kit must wear kit provided by the school. All borrowed kit is washed Immediately after use. It is advisable, when playing hockey, football and rugby, that pupils should wear gum shields and shin pads, where appropriate.

Clothing Grants

Parents / Guardians of pupils in year 7-11 who are in receipt of Income Support and Family Credit are eligible to receive an Essential School Uniform Grant, and are advised to contact the Education Office, County Hall, Haverfordwest (01437 764551).

Uniform Suppliers

* items can only be bought at uniform suppliers:-

Granby’s, Charles Street, Milford Haven

West Coast, Charles Street, Milford Haven