School Uniform

Fitzharrys school uniform

A uniform helps to create a sense of community and makes all students equal. The School has a uniform and all students of compulsory school age are expected to wear it. The uniform, for all students in Years 7-11, is as follows:

  • Plain white school shirt with all white buttons and collar. No logos or blouses. 
  • Black tailored trousers. 
  • Plain black formal skirts which must be knee length. These must not be tight fitting. Examples of acceptable skirt styles are A–line, pleated or skater. Girls must wear plain grey, white or black socks or black or natural tights with their skirt. 
  • School tie.* 
  • Black blazer with school badge.* 
  • Plain socks. 
  • Sensible black school shoes – no trainers. 
  • Summer uniform (terms 5 & 6) – Blue school polo shirt replaces shirt, tie, and blazer.* 
  • Optional – Blue Fitzharrys School v-necked jumper.* 

* Only available from Price and Buckland

Please see here for further guidance, including PE Uniform.

Please note that the Head reserves the right to send students home who are not appropriately dressed.


As of 1st September 2016, all the uniform can be purchased online with Price and Buckland.

Please visit to order your uniform.

There is a sizing set at Fitzharrys School if you wish to try on the uniform before purchasing.

School Uniform - Detailed guidance

Please look at the detailed guidance to see what types of shoes, trousers, shirts and outside jackets are permitted to be worn as uniform: click here.

Fitzharrys school uniform guidance


We would encourage you not to send your child to school with valuable items, including electronics. We cannot take responsibility for items that students may bring in that have no relevance to the school curriculum.