Uniform

Uniform is an important part of school life as it helps forge a common identity, allows children to be focused for school life and learning, and equips them for the different activities at school.

Please support us by ensuring that your child adheres to the school uniform code. You can see examples of what uniform should look like here.

Early Years School

Children have a uniform that consists of a navy blue branded sweatshirt or cardigan, a navy or white polo shirt and grey trousers or skirts. For girls, you can also get navy tunics or summer dresses. School shoes should be dark and suitable for outdoor use.

Children in Reception and Year 1 will also need a PE kit (white t-shirt, navy blue shorts) which is stored in their PE bag and kept in school.

Junior School

Pupils have a navy uniform that consists of a navy blue branded sweatshirt or cardigan, a navy or maroon polo shirt and grey trousers or skirts. For girls, you can also get navy tunics or summer dresses.

School shoes should be dark and suitable for outdoor use. Children will also need a PE kit (maroon polo and navy shorts). Book bags and PE bags are supplied free to all new pupils.

Senior School

Years 7 to 11 have a maroon school uniform that consists of a maroon branded sweatshirt, a white shirt and grey trousers or skirts. School shoes should be smart and dark coloured.

The Sixth Form (Year 12 and 13) encourages smart, stylish, business-like dress that reflects our pupils’ self-confidence, pride and individuality, without detracting from our educational purpose.

Purchasing uniform items

Branded uniform items can be purchased from the Receptionists at the school.

For non-branded items such as trousers, skirts, tunics, white shirts/blouses and smart black leather school shoes, you can purchase them online from the following:

Marks & Spencer

Next

John Lewis

Schooluniform 247

Cleverclogs (School shoes)

It is useful to know that Dutch schools do not have a school uniform policy, therefore it is difficult to find items such as grey trousers, skirts, white shirts/blouses and dark school shoes in the local shops.

If you are in the UK before school commences, we strongly recommend you buy the non-branded uniform items before you arrive in the Netherlands, otherwise you will need to buy them online.

If you have any questions please contact Eva Lankenau