The school uniform is designed to foster a sense of identity, loyalty and pride in the pupils and the school. It is compulsory for all.

Compulsory Uniform

Maroon blazer with badge

Maroon pinafore (Years 8-10)   

Maroon skirt (Years 11-14)* 

School jumper with badge                   

White blouse

School tie (years 8-12)

Striped blouse with revere neck (years 13 & 14)

Plain Black tights

Low heeled black leather shoes

*When a pinafore needs to be replaced at the beginning, or during Year 10, a school skirt may be purchased

Optional Items

School scarf/Plain black scarf

Short sleeved blouse (Summer term)

Raincoat (plain black rain mac)

PE Uniform

White aertex T-shirt (with Christian name embroidered on the front)

School athletic shorts

White ankle socks

Appropriate running trainers - not black soled or flat Converse style

School track bottoms

School track top or school hoodie (O'Neills)

Optional Extra Curricular

Gaelic - shorts, jersey (O'Neills)

Netball kit (ordered within school)

Games socks (ordered within school)


The official school uniform may be obtained from Chaplin, Mona Fashions, Truly Fare and Warnocks.

Further Information and Guidelines

  • All items of clothing and footwear must be clearly marked with the pupil's name.
  • Jumpers should have the school crest.
  • Cardigans are not permitted.
  • Skirts should be no more than 2 - 3 inches above the knee.
  • Girls who normally wear size 10 should buy waist 28 or 30, those who normally wear size 12 need waist 32.
  • If the skirt does not sit comfortably at the waist it will be too tight and too short.
  • Girls who are about 5ft 4in tall will require skirts at least 20 inches long.
  • If school authorities judge that a skirt worn by a pupil does not adhere to these guidelines the pupil may be asked to replace the skirt. 
  • School uniform is compulsory. It must be neat and kept in good condition.
  • The school blazer must be worn to and from school and on the corridors. Teachers will ensure that pupils are wearing the blazer before they leave the classroom at the end of class.
  • Only the school scarf or a plain black scarf may be worn with the school uniform
  • Hair must be neat and worn in a simple style. Beaded hair, extreme styles/colours/duo coloured hair is not permitted. (Cultural traditions will be taken into account.)
  • Hair accessories should be discreet and in uniform colours only (black or maroon).
  • Pupils in years 8 - 12 may not wear makeup, fake tan or nail polish.
  • Pupils in years 13 & 14 may wear discreet make-up but nail polish may not be worn. If make-up is not deemed to be discreet pupils will be asked to remove it.
  • Jewellery should not be worn on any part of the body, with the exception of a watch and one pair of small stud earrings in the lobe of the ear. Pupils wearing earrings other than small studs in the lobe of the ear or other body piercings must remove them immediately. Failure to do so will result in pupil being sent home until the issue is rectified.
  • Pupils who have hair styles/colour contravening the dress code will be asked to resolve the situation within three school days. Failure to do so will be regarded as a serious breach of school discipline and will be dealt with as such.