All students are expected to wear the school's uniform correctly.  The appearance of students is an important factor in maintaining and enhancing the school's excellent reputation, which is of benefit to all its members.  Some restrictions on how students may appear and what may be worn are necessary for health, safety and security reasons. Uniform items bearing the school logo are available from Redvers in St Helier and JSSK in the Les Quennevais precinct. To avoid any ambiguity we have stipulated the colour, manufacturers and styles which will be permitted to be worn.  Items without a logo may be sourced from any stockist.

Year 7 - 10

Jacket : A Navy blue jacket with house colours manufactured by Ziggyz.

Trousers:  Boys charcoal grey trousers with pleated or flat front style manufactured by David Luke.

Girls trousers are navy blue with a low or high waist manufactured by Ziggyz. 

Skirt:  Navy blue pleated skirt available in 18 or 20 inch length manufactured by Ziggyz.

Shirt:  Plain white cotton shirts with either long or short sleeves.

Sweater:  V-neck, navy blue, plain knit with embroidered school logo.

Socks:  Plain white or navy ankle or knee-length socks.  Navy or 'natural' tights.

Shoes:  Plain black polished shoes slip on or lace up.  On health and safety grounds it is necessary to insist that heels should not be more than 5cm (2").  Sling back, canvas or cotton shoes must not be worn.  Training shoes of any sort or colour are not permitted as part of the uniform except in P.E. and Drama lessons.

Tie:  A school tie, which is only available from the school, must be worn.

 

Year 11 Dress Code

Year 11 may wear full Les Quennevais School Uniform including a blazer or alternatively they may opt to wear business style clothing as outlined below:-

• A plain dark suit (jacket must be worn), colours may be black, navy or dark grey
• A shirt or blouse which must have a collar.
• A tie (girls are not required to wear a tie)
• A plain V neck jumper may be worn in the winter
• A school lapel badge (obtainable from the School Office for £2.00)
• Black school shoes, (girls heels must be a sensible height).

Note: Girls should pay particular attention to ensuring that midriffs and cleavages are covered. Trousers should be full length, should not be low waisted and shirts/blouses should cover the waistband. Skirt length must as a minimum reach the top of the knee.

Earrings should comply with the Health & Safety Rules of the school, this includes no stretches or other facial piercings.

For PE lessons Year 11 students may wear their own sports clothing provided it is suitable for the activity in which they are participating.

 

• No Skirts made of stretchy material and or shorter than the top of the knee
• No shorts
• No Jeans, leggings or jegging’s
• No T-shirt or patterned jumpers
• No dresses
• No “skinny” style trousers
• No trousers above the ankle
• No brightly coloured shoes
• No coloured nail varnish
• No more than 1 pair of earrings
• No stretchers
• No facial piercings
• No heavy make up
• No patterned tights
• No Vans or trainer looking shoes
• No shirts / blouses without a collar
Any student who arrives at school inappropriately dressed may be sent home, persistent offenders may have the privilege of wearing the Year 11 uniform removed and be expected to return to normal school uniform.

NB.  The Headteacher reserves the right to determine the suitability of any item of clothing or footwear.