Boys should wear school uniform correctly to and from school, as well as at school and when taking part in any occasion or activity connected with the School, unless specific permission is given to wear other clothing. Their willing co-operation is much appreciated. Additional items (such as coloured tee-shirts under a white/grey shirt, earrings, studs, jewellery and badges) must not be worn.
Hair should be clean and neat, of natural colour, and neither beyond collar length nor close-shaven
Boys must also be clean-shaven.
Cyclists should wear suitable protective clothing, which may be brightly coloured in the interests of safety.
All clothing must be clean, tidy and clearly marked with your name. Anyone wishing to depart from these clothing regulations in any way must seek permission from the Deputy Headmaster.
· School blazer
· Plain white shirt buttoned to the top
· House tie
· Black trousers
· Grey, dark blue or black socks
· Plain black shoes
Optional medium/dark grey v-necked pullover, or black pullover with the school crest for anyone who has represented the School in a sporting event
Outer clothing of a sober design
Towards the end of the school year, boys in Year 11 may replace outgrown or worn-out blazers with suits, after obtaining permission from the Head of Year.
A formal business-style suit (grey, black or navy, with no dominant pattern), formal shirt, School Sixth Form tie (or one of the representative ties if entitled), and smart, well-polished shoes. You may wear a v-necked plain sweater with your suit.
Jackets become an optional part of school uniform at School once Summer Dress has been announced in Assembly, but they must be worn on the journey in, and worn or carried on the way home. All other uniform must be worn correctly.
Games and PE
Please download a copy of the Games and PE kit list in the attachment below.
School Uniform Suppliers
You can buy school uniform from the following suppliers:
Morleys, Chilwell (tel 0115 925 8046)
John Lewis, Victoria Centre, (tel 0115 941 8282)