Our school uniform supplier can be found here; www.sud.co.uk
Navy blue blazer with a RPHS embroidered logo. Students must wear these at all times.
Trousers or Skirt
Plain black trousers (straight cut school wear, not tight-fitting fashion style, ankle grazers or black denim). Plain black fully pleated skirt within 2cm/5inches of the knee and with the school logo in the corner.
Tights must be black opaque. Socks should be plain black ankle socks with no frills or logos. No knee length or over-the-knee socks. No designer belts, only thin leather belts with a small buckle.
White collared (top button essential).
Clip-on tie in House colours.
Plain black, low heel, fully enclosed leather shoes – No boots, trainers, plimsolls or canvas shoes or leather shoes carrying an explicit sports logo. No leather vans, converse or similar.
Navy blue long sleeve jumper with school logo.
Headscarves may be worn (for religious purposes only) and should be either plain black or navy blue. Baseball caps and bandanas may not be worn.
Hair & Make-Up
Hair should be neat and tidy and not dyed in unnatural colours or cut into severe styles (as defined by the school) No design should be shaven into hair style or eyebrows.
Coloured hair extensions are not permitted. Shoulder length hair should be tied up for all practical lessons. Hair decorations should be navy blue or black.
Make-up (including fake tan), fake eye lashes and coloured nail varnish is not permitted. Acrylic and fake nails are not permitted and students will be asked to remove them.
One pair of small ear stud earrings, one in each ear lobe.
Should be a proper outdoor waterproof coat. Denim jackets and any coat that the school deems as ‘Hoodies’ are not allowed. Coats should not be worn in the school building.
Large enough to fit an A4 folder and other equipment needed.
Compulsory: RPHS PE top, RPHS shorts/skort and RPHS socks
Optional: RPHS tracksuit (advisable in colder weather), RPHS PE Leggings.
No thermals or similar to be worn.
Jewellery in PE Lessons
“Personal effects, such as jewellery, religious artefacts, watches, hair slides and so forth, should always be removed to establish a safe working environment” (Safe Practice in Physical Education and Sport).
Trainers in PE lessons
Defined as those which “demonstrate effective grip, support and reasonable protection” (Safe Practice in Physical Education and Sport). For example, a ‘cross’ trainer or running shoes that are suitable for a wide range of activities. This does not include plimsolls, pumps, converse style pumps, or any trainer that goes above the ankle.