Dress code (uniform and hair styles) KS3 & 4

(scroll to the bottom for examples of unacceptable hair styles)

 

Winter and Spring Term

Girls

Boys

We wear a white school shirt/blouse and keep it tucked in, with no tops/undergarments showing underneath.

We wear our ties with pride and ensure that they are of a suitable length for this place of work, with top buttons fastened.

We wear bottle green, ‘v’ neck jumpers in KS3.

We wear our blazers with pride in KS3 and ensure that we wear them to all registrations, lessons and assemblies.

We wear our crested green, ‘v’ neck sweaters with pride in KS4 and ensure that we wear them to all registrations, lessons and assemblies.

We wear the St Peter's skirt which is available at Trutex (Gloucester and Stroud) as well as at Schooltogs in Cheltenham.  The cost is under £15. The new style of skirt will be available at these retailers from 25th July 2016. They will also be available online.

(These retailers will only sell skirts which are a minimum of 18” in length. The hem of the skirt must touch the middle of the knee. It is essential that a skirt is purchased that is in proportion to the girl’s height and the suppliers mentioned above will give instructions and guidance when you visit them. Please do not purchase or allow your daughters to wear a skirt that is shorter than this. If a parent subsequently tries to return a skirt to change it for a shorter length without the pupil being present, the retailers will only give a refund and not an exchange.)

We wear dark green, white, flesh/natural coloured or black tights; we do not wear patterned tights.

We wear ankle socks which are green/white in colour, when worn with a skirt.

We wear plain, dark socks with our school trousers; we do not wear fashion socks, including knee-length fashion socks.

We wear suitable, closed black or brown shoes with a low heel; we do not wear boots of any description or trainers/trainer-style shoes.

We wear suitable trousers to school; we do not wear fashion trousers, trousers with logos/labels, hipsters, or other tight / skinny / lycra /flared trousers and we do not wear fashion belts ‘over the top’ or with our school trousers.

Jumpers should not be tucked into skirts or trousers.

We keep hair one sober colour; we do not put bold blocks of colour or highlights in our hair.

We keep our hair at a suitable length and style for this place of work; we style it appropriately; we do not shave our hair in any way, including tramlines/designs, we do not use excessive amounts of hair products.

We look ready for work, not play; we do not wear make-up or nail varnish to school.

We may wear a small pair of studs/sleepers in the lower ear lobe; we do not wear studs/earrings in any other type of piercing.

We may wear a crucifix on a chain; we do not wear fashion jewellery including necklaces/chains/rings/bracelets/bangles/fashion scarves of any description. 

We wear suitable top coats; we do not wear fashion, leather or denim coats/jackets; we do not wear hoodies (apart from the school hoodie) /tracksuit tops/sweatshirts as outer garments.
 We wear a white school shirt and keep it tucked in, with no tops/under garments showing underneath.

We wear our ties with pride and ensure that they are of a suitable length for this place of work, with top buttons fastened.

We wear bottle green, ‘v’ neck jumpers in KS3.

We wear our blazers with pride in KS3 and ensure that we wear them to all registrations, lessons and assemblies.

We wear our crested green, ‘v’ neck sweaters with pride in KS4 and ensure that we wear them to all registrations, lessons and assemblies.

We wear suitable trousers to school; we do not wear fashion trousers, skinny trousers or trousers with logos/labels or fashion belts with our school trousers.

We wear plain, dark socks with our school trousers; we do not wear fashion socks.

We wear suitable, closed black or brown shoes; we do not wear boots of any description or trainers/trainer-style shoes.

We keep hair one sober colour; we do not put bold blocks of colour or highlights in our hair.

We keep hair at a suitable length and style for this place of work; we style it appropriately; we do not shave our hair in any way, including tramlines/designs, we do not use excessive amounts of hair products and we tie back long hair.

We look ready for work, not play; we do not wear make-up or nail varnish to school. We do not wear any studs/earrings in any type of piercing.

We may wear a crucifix on a chain; we do not wear fashion jewellery including necklaces/rings/chains/bracelets//fashion scarves of any description. 

We wear suitable top coats; we do not wear fashion, leather or denim coats/jackets; we do not wear hoodies (apart from the school hoodie) /tracksuit tops/sweatshirts as outer garments.

Summer Term

Girls

Boys

We wear a polo shirt with pride, with no tops/undergarments showing underneath.

We wear bottle green, ‘v’ neck jumpers in KS3.

We wear our crested green, ‘v’ neck sweaters in KS4.

We wear the St Peter's school skirt which must come to the middle of the knee.

We wear dark green, white or flesh/natural coloured tights; we do not wear black or patterned tights.

We wear ankle socks which are green/white in colour, when worn with a skirt.

We wear plain, dark socks with our school trousers; we do not wear fashion socks, including knee-length fashion socks.

We wear suitable, closed black or brown shoes with a low heel; we do not wear boots of any description or trainers/trainer-style shoes.

We wear suitable trousers to school; we do not wear fashion trousers, trousers with logos/labels, hipsters, or other tight/flared trousers and we do not wear fashion belts ‘over the top’ or with our school trousers.

We keep hair one sober colour; we do not put bold blocks of colour or highlights in our hair.

We keep hair at a suitable length and style for this place of work; we style it appropriately; we do not shave our hair in any way, including tramlines/designs, we do not use excessive amounts of hair products.

We look ready for work, not play; we do not wear make-up or nail varnish to school.

We may wear a small pair of studs/sleepers in the lower ear lobe; we do not wear studs/earrings in any other type of piercing.

Tattoos are illegal for under 18s and are not permitted.

We may wear a crucifix on a chain; we do not wear fashion jewellery including necklaces/chains/rings/bracelets/bangles/fashion scarves of any description. 

We wear suitable top coats; we do not wear fashion, leather or denim coats/jackets; we do not wear hoodies/tracksuit tops/sweatshirts as outer garments.

The final decision about acceptable hairstyles will be at the Senior Vice Principal's discretion

 We wear a polo shirt with pride, with no tops/under garments showing underneath.

We wear bottle green, ‘v’ neck jumpers in KS3.

We wear our crested green, ‘v’ neck sweaters in KS4

We wear suitable trousers to school; we do not wear fashion trousers, trousers with logos/labels, or fashion belts with our school trousers.

We wear plain, dark socks with our school trousers; we do not wear fashion socks.

We wear suitable, closed black or brown shoes; we do not wear boots of any description or trainers/trainer-style shoes.

We keep hair one sober colour; we do not put bold blocks of colour or highlights in our hair.

We keep hair at a suitable length and style for this place of work; we style it appropriately; excessively short hair is not appropriate (ask your head of year for advice); there will not be problems with a no. 2 cut or more.  Tramlines/designs are not acceptable, we do not use excessive amounts of hair products and we tie back long hair.

We look ready for work, not play; we do not wear make-up or nail varnish to school. We do not wear any studs/earrings in any type of piercing.

Tattoos are illegal for under 18s and are not permitted.

We may wear a crucifix on a chain; we do not wear fashion jewellery including necklaces/chains/rings/bracelets//fashion scarves of any description. 

We wear suitable top coats; we do not wear fashion, leather or denim coats/jackets; we do not wear hoodies/tracksuit tops/sweatshirts as outer garments.

The final decision about acceptable hairstyles will be at the Senior Vice Principal's discretion.