School uniform is worn by all pupils in the Junior School and for the first five years of Senior School. All clothing must be clearly marked with the owner’s name on a permanent name label. All other equipment must be clearly marked too. Uniform is not worn in the Sixth Form.
In addition to purchasing items of uniform new, parents from the PTA also provide an excellent service through the Second-Hand Uniform Store throughout the school year.
More information can be found in the Parent Area.
Girls in the Sixth Form wear their own clothes for school. These should be of an appropriate style for school, with no extreme fashion items, including jewellery, make-up and hair colour. For formal school occasions such as Founders’ Day, girls in the Sixth Form are expected to wear smart ‘interview-style’ clothes.
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