A uniform is important in instilling in students a sense of belonging, as well as a pride in themselves and their College. We maintain an extremely high standard of dress and ask that parents continue to support us in our efforts to ensure a continuance of these standards. We also ask that parents ensure that their children are always smart and tidy in appearance. In the unusual event of a student changing house a new tie must be purchased by the parent/carer. The College will only provide a new tie if that change has been dictated by the College. Please ensure that all uniform is clearly marked with your child's name.
✓ Plain black straight legged trousers or plain black knee length skirt: not jeans, cords, leggings, flares, hipsters or cropped trousers.
✓ Plain white long sleeved shirt or blouse: with a stiff collar and a top button, to be worn tucked in to the trousers or skirt. Polo/casual shirts are not acceptable, (short sleeves may be worn in warmer weather).
✓ The appropriate House tie: to be worn tight around the collar at all times.
✓ Sir John Hunt Community Sports College jumper: black with embroidered logo (to be worn at all times unless directed otherwise by teaching staff).
✓ Plain black shoes – low or no heel only: no striped soles or logos permitted. No extreme styles, open toe or open backs.
✓ Plain black socks to be worn with trousers. Black/white ankle socks or plain black/flesh colour tights may be worn with a skirt.
✖ Jewellery – None preferably, otherwise one plain signet ring. If ears are pierced only one plain stud per lobe is allowed (no more than 6mm). No other piercings are acceptable.
✖ Coats, jackets, hoodies or other non-uniform tops should not be worn during lessons and during break and lunch time should only be worn over the College jumper.
✖ Headphones are not part of the College uniform and should not be threaded through shirts, jumpers or ties.