We want our students to express their individual personality at school through their participation in the school’s life and their academic achievements in an environment where the emphasis is on pride in the school community. We have therefore chosen a gender-neutral/universal dress code for all students which offers good value and a smart look in comfortable clothes. It reflects our identity and promotes equality and inclusiveness.
The jumpers and the varsity jacket adorned with the school logo are required every day. Crested garments must be purchased from our online provider Stevensons.
The required unmarked white shirts/polos, trousers and dark leather shoes or trainers (black or dark blue with black soles) can be purchased from the provider of your choice.
On formal occasions (field trips, assemblies, visits of dignitaries), we may require students to wear the necktie provided by the school.
Please note that denim (“jeans”) trousers or jackets, navy slim trousers, and leggings are not allowed at school.
The dress code is an integral part of our Code of Conduct. Secondary students who don’t comply will be sent home to change clothes before returning to school .
Students in Year 7 and 8 who do not have permission to return home alone will be supervised in Vie Scolaire until they are brought the appropriate clothes.
Please click here to view Stevensons' sizing guide and online store.
Because children outgrow their clothes rapidly, second-hand garments in excellent condition are available for purchase through the APLIL, our parents association.
Please contact them at the following email address: