School Uniform & Student Presentation

Students must come to school in full uniform, clean and tidy.

This means:

  • The official school uniform must be worn at all times – the uniform consists of:
  • School jacket (compulsory for all students)
  • Blue skirt or navy trousers – skirt to be knee length
  • Shirt (Blue for Junior Cycle, Striped for Senior Cycle
  • School jumper.
  • Black/Navy shoes with comfortable low heel. (2 inches or under)
  • Black/Navy opaque tights (black/navy socks).
  • All items of clothing to be purchased at Laura’s Boutique, Douglas

Any jacket including hoodies may not be worn in school and may not be substituted for the school jacket.

  • One pair of sleepers/stud earrings may be worn in the lower ear only. No other facial or oral piercings are allowed.
  • In the Junior School make-up is not allowed.
  • No extreme hair colours allowed. Only natural looking hair colour is allowed. Particular hair fashion trends may be deemed to be inappropriate for school.
  • Particular fashion trends may be deemed to be inappropriate for school by school management.
  • Each item of uniform should be clearly labelled with the student’s name
  • Full school uniform should be worn for all school related activities.


  • This is the uniform agreed to by parents, students and the school authorities.
  • The school image is a responsibility for all the school community.
  • Health and Safety of students is paramount.

Any deviation from the above may only take place with the prior approval of the Principal

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