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Girls’ Uniform

Green school blazer with school badge

Bottle green knee-length skirt

Pale green school blouse (summer blouse also available)

Official school tie (green with red stripes)

Bottle green cardigan or pullover (not long or chunky knits)

Bottle green tights. (In September and/or Summer Term fawn plain knee length socks may be worn)
Year 13/14 pupils to wear green tights at all times.

plain black leather/leather look shoe, black soles only

  • not suede or patent leather
  • no fashion shoes/tassels or shoe boots and no ballet type shoes. (please see below for examples)

Years 8 - 12: flat/low heeled - (maximum heel height 4cms, measured on outside of heel).

Dark green outdoor coat with school badge (no other coat is acceptable)

Official school scarf (not to be worn in school)

Jewellery: one pair of plain stud earrings, one plain signet ring and a wristwatch

No make-up or nail polish

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Boys’ Uniform

Black school blazer with badge

Black trousers (normal school style)

White shirt

Official school tie (black with red stripes)

Plain grey v-neck pullover or grey school pullover (No round-necked sweatshirts)

Plain black socks

Plain black leather shoes (Not suede, patent leather or boots)

Black Peter Storm jacket with school crest (available from Alan Espey, 33 High St, Newtownards)

Official school scarf (not to be worn in school)

Jewellery: one plain signet ring and a wristwatch

Girls shoe examples

Boys shoe examples

Please note: the following do not conform to school regulations and must not be purchased to be worn with school uniform:

  • shoes with stiletto, kitten or narrow wedge heels;
  • shoes with decorative additions/tassels;
  • platform shoes;
  • suede or patent leather shoes;
  • canvas or other textile shoes;
  • ballet style pumps/shoes

In recent years ballet pumps have been popular. From experience we have found that these shoes tend to lack the necessary support/sturdiness to last for any appreciable length of time. Therefore these shoes are not acceptable.

Parents of pupils whose shoes do not conform to school regulations will be asked to purchase new shoes immediately.


Physical Education Uniform Policy


We are aware that uniform is expensive but it is sensible and practical and, with care, it can be made to last some time. Parents are urged not to incur extra and unnecessary expense by purchasing items which do not meet the school regulations.

All items of uniform and games uniform must be clearly named with washable name tapes – no biro markings.

The full uniform regulations and dress code can be found on our Policies and Procedures page.