Non Uniform Day on Friday, 22nd October

To celebrate the end of Black History Month, we have a non uniform day on Friday 22nd October. 

All pupils are strongly encouraged to wear traditional items of clothing which reflect their heritage or country of origin. If pupils are unable to wear traditional items, they are to wear red to commemorate Show Racism the Red Card ‘Wear Red’ Day.

Pupils can attend school wearing any of the following:

•Traditional attire from the country of their origin.

•Red items of clothing to coincide with Show Racism the Red Card ‘Wear Red’ Day.

•Ordinary Non-Uniform items.


All pupils will pay £1 which will go to charity - The St Francis Family Centre.


Students are still attending school on Friday in a professional and academic setting where learning will take place.

The following are banned:

  • Baseball caps.
  • Additional piercings.
  • Crop tops
  • Makeup, including false lashes.
  • Clothing with inappropriate slogans/ profane words.
  • Any other attire which is generally not appropriate for school.

This is not an exhaustive list, and students will be sent home to change into their uniform if dressed unacceptably.