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Uniform helps to create a sense of community and equality and there is a compulsory uniform for students in years 7-11 at Fitzharrys School.  The Headteacher reserves the right to send students home who are not appropriately dressed.

Please note our school tie is only available at Fitzharrys School. The list below details our uniform, with all starred* items available online from our supplier: Price and Buckland, or over-the-counter at school in Students Services. 

Student Services holds a full collection of school blazers, jumpers and summer polo shorts in all sizes; students are very welcome to try these on for size.

Standard School Uniform


  • School tie (available from Fitzharrys School only)
  • Black blazer with the school badge*
  • Plain white school shirt with white buttons and collar. No logos or blouses
  • Black smart, tailored trousers. Strictly no logos, embroidery, jeans, combats or cargoes
  • Plain black formal knee-length skirts.  Acceptable skirt styles are strictly A-line, pleated or skater, and should not be tight-fitting
  • Plain grey/black/white socks
  • Black/natural tights
  • Sensible black shoes. Trainers may only be worn for PE lessons

 

Optional Summer Uniform (from term 5)


  • Optional blue school polo shirt replaces shirt, tie and blazer*
  • Optional blue V-necked jumper with Fitzharrys School logo*

PE Uniform 


  • Navy blue shadow shorts*
  • White polo shirt with Fitzharrys School logo*
  • Navy blue rugby shirt with Fitzharrys School logo*
  • White ankle socks
  • Navy blue rugby/football socks*
  • Non-marking training shoes (cushion sole)
  • Outdoor trainers
  • Football boots

Outline Guidance


  • Plain, dark outer coat. Strictly no hoodies/tracksuit tops
  • Other non-uniform coloured sweatshirts are not acceptable as outside coats
  • Boys should be clean shaven
  • Hair should be a natural colour
  • Watches are permitted
  • No jewellery is permitted excepting one stud in the lobe of each ear
  • Facial piercings (any type) are not permitted
  • Extremes of fashion in clothes, hair or styles of dress which cause offence or are unsafe are not acceptable
  • For health and safety reasons, high-heels are not permitted
  • Light make-up may be worn in Years 10 & 11

We believe this code makes appropriate allowances for the cultural and religious traditions. Parents should discuss the necessity for any variation to the code with the Headteacher. Read our Uniform Policy for more information. 

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