We consider that uniform gives students a sense of identity with the college. All students must wear the uniform specified.
Blazers: Compulsory. Navy, with Wyvern crest only available from Skoolkit
Polo Shirts: Pale blue – with a crest only available from Skoolkit (Years 7, 8 and 9 should only wear polo shirts and not wear shirts and ties). Years 10 and 11 can wear shirts and ties.
Jumpers (optional): Navy blue with logo to be worn under the blazer, only available from Skoolkit
Trousers: Girls – Skinny or tight, “legging/jegging” close fitting trousers are not permitted. Wyvern College is aware that some national and local retailers are marketing this type of trousers as appropriate school uniform, but these will not be allowed. Only tailored, classic fit trousers can be worn, with plain waistband. Boys – Plain black trousers No denim trousers
Skirts: Plain black and knee length
Coats: Sensible warm coats. Excessive logos are not allowed, nor are coats made from denim, leather, simulated leather, fur or simulated fur. Hoodies are not allowed
Shoes: Plain black sensible shoes. No trainers, boots, backless shoes, sandals platforms, canvas or ‘plimsoll’ type shoes
Hair: Modest in style and colour. No grade 1 or 2 cuts for boys. If you are unsure please check with your Pastoral Leader
Jewellery: 1 x watch. 1 x plain stud in each ear lobe. Nose studs or other body piercings are not allowed, neither are retainers. The taping of earrings for PE lessons is unacceptable practice and all jewellery should be removed.
Make Up: Not permitted in years 7, 8 and 9. Make up should be discreet in years 10 and 11.
Nail Varnish: Coloured nail varnish or false nails of any kind are not permitted
Protective clothing: Students are required to wear protective clothing in Design and Technology workshops. Any clean, serviceable apron is acceptable. The Finance Office holds a small stock of aprons at a reasonable cost
Photos of acceptable college uniform are available to download [here]
If your child wears excessive jewellery or brings valuables (such as Ipods) into college the items may be confiscated. Confiscated items will not be returned until the end of the half term in which they were confiscated. Please encourage your child not to wear excessive jewellery or bring valuables into college.
PLEASE AVOID EXTREME FASHIONS
Uniform is available from: Skoolkit, 31 Leigh Road, Eastleigh
If parents are receiving income support or income-based job seekers allowance from Department of Social Security, financial assistance is available to help you provide the essential clothing or footware that your child needs to attend college. Applications are considered at the beginning of years 7,9 and 10 and forms are available from the college or from the Divisional Education Office.
Letters from parents will be required to excuse students from active participation in the lessons. For prolonged injury or illness, medical certificates must be produced.