Uniform Expectations

Girls

• Burgundy Blazer

• School Skirt must be mid grey, knee length with school logo. Black tights (Minimum 60 denier) must be worn with a skirt. Socks are not permitted.

• School Trousers must be mid grey straight legged trousers

• Leggings, skinny fit and stretch trousers or jeans are not permitted

• Plain white button-up shirt, short or long sleeves

• School tie, worn over a white, buttoned, collared shirt, with top button done up

• Grey V-neck jumper or tank top

• Shoes – see the shoe guidance and examples section

Boys

• Burgundy Blazer

• School Trousers must be mid grey straight legged trousers

• Leggings, skinny fit and stretch trousers or jeans are not permitted

• Plain white button-up shirt, short or long sleeves

• School tie, worn over a white, buttoned, collared shirt, with top button done up

• Grey V-neck jumper or tank top

• Shoes – see the shoe guidance and examples section

• Socks, plain black ankle with no patterns Shoes

• School shoes must be plain black school shoes made of a polishable material. We do not permit high boots, ankle boots or high visibility buckles/bows/coloured laces/logos etc. Please note that trainers or canvas shoes are not acceptable

• For examples of the types of footwear that are and are not permissible please see the example pages below.

School Sports Kit

• Burgundy Rayner Stephens logo T-Shirt – only available from uniform shops

• Plain black shorts (no visible logos)

• Trainers to change into for PE lessons Optional Extras

• Burgundy Rayner Stephens Hoodie – only available from uniform shops

• Plain black sports leggings (no visible logos)

• Plain black tracksuit bottoms (no visible logos)

Jewellery

• One pair of studs or small sleepers can be worn.

• No eyebrow, nose, lip or other body piercing are allowed.

• No Smart Watches.

• Plasters or clear placeholders are not permitted to cover piercings.

Make-up

• Make-up and/or fake tanning products must be discreet and natural with no false eyelashes or extreme eyebrows

• Acyclic, false nails or coloured nail varnish must not be worn. Hair

• Haircuts should not be extreme.

• ‘Steps’, ‘lines’, shaving the sides or all of the head or other variations of these styles are unacceptable in school.

• Nothing below a ‘Number 2’ is acceptable for learners who prefer this type of short style.

• We expect all learners to have neat and tidy hair styles and ensure that long hair is tied back for specific lessons, both boys and girls, due to health and safety.

• Hair should be of a natural colour.