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We believe that wearing uniform helps to create a sense of identity and community in school. Our uniform is smart, practical and comfortable and we expect pupils to wear it with pride when at school, on journeys between home and school, and especially when representing the school on visits and fixtures.  Pupils who do not meet our expectations about uniform will usually receive a sanction.

Please note that school-branded items should be purchased from our school suppliers, Essential Schoolwear (daily wear) and Total Clothing (daily wear, PE kits and GCSE Dance/Drama uniform).

We will run second-hand uniform events when possible. If you would like to check our second-hand uniform availability, please complete the form below to submit your enquiry: Second-Hand Uniform Request. Please allow 48 hours for a response.

Families who find it difficult to afford school uniform at any time should contact their year team admin (details below), in complete confidence, so that a way forward can be found:

Year 7 – Ms L Lye  (Mrs Louise Eadie - mat leave)  

Year 8 – Miss Louise Boyd  

Year 9 – Mrs Melanie Stanford

Year 10 – Mrs Kayleigh Blane  

Year 11 – Mrs Samantha Tomlinson




Branded College blue polo shirt. (Grey for Prefects). Any garment worn under the polo shirt must not be visible whether the shirt is worn buttoned or



Branded grey College sweatshirt (Black for Year 11). The College sweatshirt must always be worn as the next layer over the polo shirt, when another layer is



Branded College trousers are preferred. These should finish below the ankle. They must be worn with plain socks which can be either grey, black or white.


Non-branded, plain black, formal trousers may be worn provided they resemble the branded trousers on the website in style and fit, i.e. plain, traditional school uniform trousers.

The following are not acceptable: trousers with any logo, patch pockets, studs, trimmings or distinctive belt; tight-fitting, stretch, or skinny-styles; wide or

deliberately baggy styles; jeans, leggings, jogging bottoms and sports-wear.


Branded College skirts are preferred. The hem of the skirt must be no more than 2 fingers’ width above the knee at the start of the school year. Skirts are worn with unpatterned black or neutral tights, or with socks in either grey, black or white.

Non-branded, plain black, formal skirts can be worn provided they resemble the branded skirts on the website in style and fit, i.e. a traditional school uniform skirt either straight-cut with one kick pleat or a box-pleated design.

Skirts made of a clingy, stretch material or ‘tube’ skirts are not acceptable.


Branded College shorts are preferred. Shorts should be plain black, to the knee and of formal style. Shorts must be worn with plain socks in either grey, black or white. They should have no logo, patch pockets, studs, trimming or distinctive belt. Jeans or jean-style shorts are not acceptable. Tight-fitting,

stretch, skinny-style or excessively wide shorts are not acceptable.


These should be flat and all black with no contrasting logos or symbols. They should be of a traditional style and suitable for movement around a large, busy school. They must be able to be securely fastened and worn accordingly. Boots, open sandals and high heels are not acceptable. Canvas /fabric shoes are not



One stud may be worn in each ear. Nose studs and other facial piercings are not

allowed. All jewellery and piercings must be completely removed for PE.


Natural hair colours only are allowed. Extreme haircuts as judged by the College

are not allowed.


Natural-looking make-up may be worn. Long fingernails are not acceptable for safety reasons. Fingernails should not be visible above the fingers when the

hand is viewed from the palm.



Name badges are issued to all students upon entry to the school and are worn

on the front of the jumper. This is a compulsory part of the uniform.

Outside wear:

When travelling to and from school and when outside the school building, students are allowed to wear all items of outdoor clothing, including coats, jackets, hoodies, scarves, gloves and hats. None of these should have inappropriate slogans or logos. These should be removed before entering the




PE Kit Compulsory CamVC branded items

Red CamVC Sports T-shirt or polo shirt

Red CamVC Sports Hoodie or fleece

PE kit compulsory non-branded items

·         Plain black shorts (not cycling shorts nor skin-tight shorts) and/or plain black skort OR plain black tracksuit trousers (our field is very windy) OR CamVC Black Leggings OR all three *

·         Indoor Trainers (not school shoes nor pumps such as Vans, Converse, Air Force 1s)

·         Outdoor astro trainers (for football, rugby and hockey on the 3G pitch)

·         Long black hockey/football socks or an alternative pair of sports socks (students should have a change of socks for their PE lesson for hygiene reasons)

Optional Kit

CamVC Black Leggings

Red CamVC Fleece

A plain black, red or white base layer top

Red CamVC Rugby Top

Shin pads for football and hockey are strongly recommended for both lessons & fixtures.

Gum Shields for rugby and hockey are strongly recommended for both lessons & fixtures.


  • Outdoor “Astro-style” studs: These are training shoes that have soles with a higher-than-normal raised moulded pattern, for use on artificial grass surfaces. Boots need to have either dimpled soles, plastic studs or moulded blades; flat soled trainers, metal capped or metal studs are not permitted for health and safety reasons and for maintenance of the artificial pitch surface.
  • EXAMPLE “astro-style” studs, under £20:
  • CamVC Black Leggings: The only black leggings that will be allowed in PE lessons will be CamVC black leggings purchased from the School PE Kit These have a clear CamVC PE logo down the back calf to be easily identifiable.


*Non-CamVC black leggings can be worn but must be worn under a pair of regulation black sports shorts