Our school uniform consists of the following compulsory items:
- maroon blazer with school badge on breast pocket in either boys’ or girls’ fittings
- school tie with appropriate House colour stripe
- plain white shirt or blouse
- plain charcoal grey trousers (boys)
- plain charcoal grey trousers or knee-length skirt (girls)
- black school shoes
There is one optional item:
- grey v-neck jumper with green stripe
Please note that pupils are not allowed to wear hoodies, including on the journey to and from school.
The Friends of Saint Cecilia’s (our PTA) holds a small stock of second hand uniform items in school. Please them firstname.lastname@example.org if you require a specific garment and they will let you know if it is available. The price list for second hand uniform is available on request.
Please refer to our school uniform policy below for the compulsory PE kit:
As with the daily uniform, specific Saint Cecilia’s Church of England School items are available from our chosen school uniform supplier, Stevensons, and other items may be purchased from high street retailers.
The blazer, tie, jumper and sports kit are available either from Stevensons, at their Twickenham shop or online.
Trousers and skirts in a range of waist sizes and lengths are also available from Stevensons, but we have no preferred supplier of remaining items and so these can also be purchased from high street retailers such as Marks and Spencer, John Lewis or George at Asda, allowing parents and carers more freedom as to where they purchase these.
On occasions, such as in cases of illness or injury, it may be necessary for appropriate adjustments to be made to the pupil dress code in order to support the child. Such adjustments are made on a case-by-case basis and it is expected that parents/carers request any adjustment in advance of their child arriving to school in any alternative/non-uniform item.
Sixth Form Dress Code
The school takes great pride in the way sixth formers present themselves and the role they play in setting high standards for the lower years in school. Students are expected to dress appropriately for an education environment and in keeping with the Christian character and ethos of the school.
Whilst students are given considerable freedom in determining how they dress to attend our Sixth Form, the following guidelines are to be adhered to:
- Skirts and dresses, if worn, should be of at least mid-thigh length;
- Leggings, if worn, must also be worn with a skirt, dress or other top, of at least mid-thigh length;
- No strapless, backless or string-strapped or crop tops;
- No caps or hats worn indoors and no flip flops, due to health and safety issues;
- No shorts
All students are expected to arrive at school wearing clothing in accordance with this dress code. Should they not do so, they will be sent home to change by one of the Pupil Support Managers, Year Leader or a member of the Leadership Team. Any student unable to go home will work in isolation for the day. Repeated instances of failing to abide by this dress code will result in more severe sanctions.Please, may I ask staff to be vigilant and report any student to the Pupil Support Managers that fail to follow the dress code above.