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Uniform & Equipment

To see the Royal Latin School’s Uniform Policy in full please click here.


 

UNIFORM

YEARS 7 – 11 BOYS AND GIRLS

Black School blazer. (Badges are available from T King Associates, Unit 14, Swan Business Centre, Buckingham)

Black tailored trousers/Pleated black skirt*. Skirt material should be similar to that for school trousers – i.e. not stretchy material, lycra or denim or with high slits

Black socks or black tights. Regulation white shirt, long or short sleeved (tucked in please)

Black shoes (NOT boots or trainers, nor with open toes)

School tie (available from School in Year 7 or from T King Associates)

Optional: Plain, black v-neck pullover (cardigans and other styles are NOT permitted)

Raincoat, overcoat or anorak without obvious lettering or logos (dark colours preferable)

Fluorescent strips are recommended for students travelling on foot after dark

Occasionally trainers need to be worn to school if a student is suffering from a foot injury. Students suffering from a foot injury must bring in a note from parents. If trainers need to be worn for longer than one week, they must be black or dyed black.

We do not encourage the wearing of jewellery. It is unsuitable, frequently unsafe and its loss may cause distress. However, plain ear studs may be worn in pierced ears if necessary (no more than one stud per ear) and a watch. No other jewellery is permitted and no other body piercing is allowed.

Make-up must be discreet. This includes nail varnish. If not, students will be asked to remove it. Hair must be of a natural colour. Students who wear items which obscure their faces will be asked to remove them. This is in order that students can be identified and that teachers are able to judge their engagement with learning or to secure their participation in practical activities or discussions. If headscarves are worn, for religious reasons, they should be plain and linked to school colours.

To order school uniform from TKing Associates click here

*We do appreciate that the styling and length of the girls’ skirts varies according to the manufacturer, but length should be in line with the practicalities of everyday school life. Students will be advised if their skirts are genuinely felt to be too short (not more than 10cm above the knee).


 

PE/SPORTS KIT

PE Kits can be ordered online here

¼ Zip Training TopBlack and red games socks
Black Polo ShirtWhite PE socks (cannot be ordered through school)
Black football shortsStudded football boots (cannot be ordered through school)
Black rugby shorts (boys only)Non-marking indoor trainers (cannot be ordered through school)
Black PE skirt (girls only)Outdoor trainers (cannot be ordered through school)

OPTIONAL EXTRAS: We strongly recommend that students wear shin pads and a good gum shield for hockey and rugby. These are available from all good department and sport stores. Leggings and thermal base layers are optional sports clothing. Students may bring their own, named, hockey sticks, tennis rackets etc, if they wish to do so.

PLEASE NOTE: ALL ARTICLES OF CLOTHING (INCLUDING SOCKS AND FOOTWEAR) AND EQUIPMENT MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH THE OWNER’S NAME EITHER IN INDELIBLE INK OR WITH NAME TAPES.


 

UNIFORM STOCKISTS

T King Associates Ltd, Unit 14, Swan Business Centre, Buckingham MK18 1TD

Tel: 01280 824836

Badges can be purchased from T King Associates Ltd


 

EQUIPMENT

All students are expected to provide: Ink pen Range of pencils e.g. 2H, 2B and HB Coloured pencils or felt-tip pens Ruler (metric 20cm at least) Protractor Set Square Pair of compasses Scientific Calculator

IMPORTANT NOTES

The school regrets it cannot accept responsibility for watches, calculators, jewellery or similar valuables brought onto the premises by students. Lockers are available. Please refer to our E-safety and Personal Devices policy for our approach to the use of mobile phones in school. The minimum amount of money should be brought to school and it must be kept on the person or handed in to the Student Office for safe keeping. All valuables should be handed in to staff at the beginning of PE/Games lessons.


 

Sixth Form Dress Code

We expect our Sixth Form students to dress with pride, in a manner suitable for a formal business environment and as role models for younger students.

Coats, caps, hats, hoods, scarves and sun glasses must not be worn indoors

Body piercing / tattoos must not be visible

Young Men
Compulsory: Permitted:
A smart suit – jacket and trousers must be matching and of the same materialSmart shoes
A smart collared shirtSmart jumper/cardigan under jacket
TieStud or small hoop earrings
Young Women
Compulsory:Permitted:
A smart suit – jacket and skirt/trousers must be matching and of the same materialSmart jumper/ cardigan under jacket
Smart sleeved plain top or blouseStud or small hoop/drop earrings
Practical smart shoes (flat or with a moderate heel)Modest makeup

We do appreciate that the styling and length of girls’ skirts vary according to the manufacturer but length should be in line with the practicalities of everyday school life. Students will be advised if their skirts are genuinely felt to be too short (guidance = 10cm above the knee).

Students who wear items which obscure their faces will be asked to remove them. This is in order that students can be identified and that teachers are able to judge their engagement with learning or to secure their participation in practical activities or discussions. Headscarves may be worn for religious reasons.

If you are not sure whether any potential clothing purchase conforms with this dress code, then please check with the Head of Sixth Form before you have bought the item in question.

Students who do not follow the dress code will be sent home to change (which may involve parents being asked to collect them).

Please urge your son/daughter to retrieve lost property as soon as possible – storage is very limited at school, so after a short period of notice, unclaimed lost property may either be disposed of, or given away to charity.

Student Support


November 2018

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