Uniform Information



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All items marked with * must be purchased form the school uniform Shop.

*Blazer: Charcoal grey marked with the Kingsmead gold crown. Should be worn at all times. (Blazers may be carried in hot weather but only when the Head teacher indicates that this is allowed).

*Jumper Black: This is optional but must be marked with the Kingsmead crown. It is not a replacement for the blazer.

Shirt; Plain white with collar to be buttoned up to the neck and to be tucked in.

*Trousers/Skirts: Charcoal grey marked with the Kingsmead gold crown. Skirts must not be rolled at the waistband, be a modest length and touch the knee.

*Tie: Blue for all years neatly tied so the Kingsmead gold crown is visible beneath the knot. Year 11 tie will be blue with gold stripes.

Socks/Tights: Plain black socks to be worn by all. Only one pair of socks to be worn.  Socks worn with skirts must be knee length or plain black opaque tights may be worn.  No leg warmers or leggings.

Topcoat/Shawls: Plain black.  No denim, leather, motifs, labels or logos, no hoodies.

Scarves: Those worn for religious purposes should be plain black and worn so the shirt collar and tie are visible. Only plain black scarves may be worn. No checks or patterns. (No football scarves).

Hats: Plain black woolly hats only in cold weather with no emblems or motifs. No caps.

Hairbands: Plain black only. No bandanas.

Belts: Plain black with a sensible, unobtrusive buckle


Physical Education Kit - Boys & Girls


The School Jewellery, Cosmetics and Accessories Policy

Jewellery that is not permitted under the policy may be confiscated


Mobile Phones

Students should NOT bring mobile phones into school.  If a student is found to have a mobile phone on them, in or near school, the phone and sim card will be confiscated and only returned to parents once an appointment has been arranged by the student with the Head Teacher.  The phone will be kept for a minimum of 5 school days.

Any phones that are not reclaimed after 6 months will have the sim card removed and then be donated to charity.


As part of their preparations for celebrations, many students choose to pay for acrylic nails over the holidays. Parents are reminded that these are not appropriate in school and must be removed prior to the students returning to school after the holidays. We rely on your support in this to ensure that the time of busy Heads of Year and support staff is not diverted to supervising the removal of acrylic nails.

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