Year 7 - 11 uniform
School uniform is worn by all students from Years 7 to 11 and we expect all students to maintain the highest possible standard of appearance and to wear their uniform with pride. Warnings and subsequent detentions will be given to those who do not meet the required standard of uniform.
A uniform checklist can be found on the second page of our Uniform Policy.
Where to buy
Our uniform can be purchased from Sportcrest in High Wycombe or via their website. Items such as footwear, coats and bags are also available from Sportcrest, but can be purchased from high street shops if they follow school uniform expectations. Good quality second hand uniform can be purchased on Friday lunchtimes (13:30 - 14:30 or 12:30 - 13:30 during exams) from the parent-run Second Hand Uniform Shop in the D Block.
* The Second-Hand Uniform Shop will reopen to STUDENTS ONLY on 11th June (12:30 - 13:30).*
Should be one, natural colour. Long hair should be tied back and a plain black or blue scrunchie, hair band or hair clip may be used. Colourful beading is not allowed. Headscarves worn for religious reasons should be plain black or dark blue.
One single, small, plain, round, gold or silver stud may be worn in the lower lobe of each ear. No other piercings are permitted. A lightweight gold or silver religious symbol with a chain is permitted to be worn beneath the blouse. No other jewellery is permitted. All jewellery must be removed for PE/dance/drama and some science lessons. Any infringement of the jewellery rules will lead to confiscation; confiscated jewellery will be taken to Student Reception and can be collected from there at the end of the week.
Make-up and nail varnish are strictly not permitted. Students arriving at school with make-up or nail varnish will be sent to Student Welfare who will remove it and there will be a nominal charge for the removal wipes. Tattoos Visible tattoos are strictly not permitted.
Sixth Form dress code
Our dress code in the Sixth Form is designed to allow students to express their individuality and personal style within the confines of a school environment. The code has been agreed after consultation with students and staff. Please note: lanyards must be worn at all times.
The following items are not permitted:
- Ripped or distressed items
- Midriff (tops must be able to tuck in)
- Unnatural hair colour
- Multiple or facial piercings or stretchers
The following restrictions apply to other items:
- Footwear - no sliders, no flip flops, no backless shoes
- Trousers - no blue jeans, no trackies, no leggings
- Skirts – closer to knee length
- Dresses – closer to knee length, no spaghetti straps, not backless, not low cut
- Shorts – smart and knee length
- Tops – no spaghetti/bra straps, no bardot style, not backless/ with transparent panels, not low cut, no hoods
- Outerwear – no hoodies
- Hair – must be of natural colour
- Make-up & Jewellery - should be natural/not excessive
Students are expected to respect the dress code and parents share the responsibility to ensure that their child is dressed appropriately for school as indicated in the Home-School Agreement. If a student chooses to ignore this dress code, they will receive a warning and be asked to change. Alternative clothing will available in the Sixth Form Office. Final decisions about whether a student is dressed appropriately or not lie with the Head of Sixth Form and/or Head of Learning.
You can download a copy of the Sixth Form dress code here.
New Uniform Shop
We no longer offer an onsite uniform shop, however Sportscrest now offer a 'click and collect' option which allows you to order online and collect from the school reception.
Alternatively, visit Sportcrest online or at the below address:
Sportcrest, 3 Union Parade
Eden Shopping Centre
Second Hand Uniform Shop
*The Second-Hand Uniform Shop will reopen FOR STUDENTS ONLY on Friday 11th June (12:30 - 13:30).*
The Second Hand Uniform Shop is open every Friday lunchtime during term time 1:30 - 2:30pm or 12:30 - 1:30pm during exam times and is situated at the bottom of the D Block. Donations of outgrown uniform are very welcome - all profits are given straight back to the school. A price list can be found below. We're always looking for parent volunteers to help run the shop, so if you can spare some time please contact us.