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Uniform Code

General Guidance
The Priory has a strict uniform list that sets out exactly what to wear. In addition to this, we have provided additional guidance for students and staff as to how the uniform should be worn. We seek the cooperation of students to wear their uniform with dignity and maturity.
  • Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
  • Tie length must be to the waist. Knots must be tight, and cover the top button. Top buttons must not be undone.
  • Coats must be plain navy blue and without logos.
  • Bags must be plain black or plain navy blue and without logos. If there are logos, they must be coloured in to match the colour of the bag. Reflective strips (for safety reasons) can be used. 
  • Bags must be fit for purpose and be big enough to hold the books and equipment required for the day.
  • If plastic bags are used for bringing in cooking ingredients, they must be navy blue. The use of plastic bags for carrying other items – books and sports equipment – is not acceptable.
  • Girls’ skirts must be knee length.
  • Hair must not be dyed and no make-up should be worn.
  • Hair must be cut no shorter than a grade 3, with no edges/lines.
  • Blazers and jackets can be removed in the summer when the Union flag is flying.
  • Sleeves must not be rolled up, but short sleeve shirts may be worn.
  • Scrunchies/Alice bands, winter hats, scarves and gloves must be plain navy blue. 
These standards must be observed whenever the school uniform is worn, including the journey to/from school and when on school visits.
The appropriate kit must be worn for each activity – the mixing of different activity kits is not acceptable.
School visits
The member of staff leading the trip will go through the behaviour and uniform expectations in advance of the trip.
If school uniform is not stipulated as the required uniform for a school visit, students are permitted to wear casual clothing as clearly guided by the teacher leading the visit. The only items of jewellery permitted are those identified in the Uniform list. Make-up is not permitted. No extreme forms of fashion will be allowed.  













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