Uniform

We are very proud of our reputation for excellent uniform and all students should be wearing full uniform at all times. The uniform is available from Trutex via their website (http://www.trutex.com/) and their shop in town in Cambrian Road.

Students in Key Stage 3 & 4 must wear:

A purple school blazer with school logo

A grey V neck pullover with purple stripe

A white collared shirt/blouse

A school tie worn appropriately

Mid-grey trousers (no skinny fit, pinstripes, flares, denim or leisurewear) for boys or girls. No other colour, including black, is acceptable.

Mid-grey skirt of a length avoiding extremes, near or below the knee

Tights - black opaque or grey or grey knee high socks are acceptable to wear with the school skirt.

Black shoes only – no training shoes, sensible style for all day comfort and safety

Black coat

Jewellery (other than one pair of ear studs) is not allowed for health and safety reasons - this includes facial piercings.

Plain black hijab in autumn/spring term; plain white hijab in summer term

Students in Key Stage 5 (Sixth Form) must wear:

A black school blazer with school logo

A white, collared shirt/blouse

A sixth form school tie with logo

Black trousers (no pinstripes, flares denim or leisurewear) for boys or girls

Grey/black plaid school skirt of a length avoiding extremes

Plain black hijab in autumn/spring term; plain white hijab in summer term

Further information:

No long or acrylic nails, or brightly coloured nail varnish.

Students not meeting the school rules on uniform will undertake their studies in isolation whilst parents are contacted, or until the issue is resolved.

Boys will require either football or rugby boots for PE lessons.

Hoodies are not permitted.

School bags should be plain and fit for purpose i.e. big enough to carry all equipment.

Extreme haircuts are not allowed, which includes brightly dyed hair. The Headteacher has the final say on this matter.

GALLERY

Just some of the great images of students from The John Frost School.