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The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) is a Surrey based Multi-Academy Trust, comprising four secondary, six primary and two special schools with two further under development. We are proud of our ethos of collaboration and inclusion, "Bringing out the best" in students of all abilities and backgrounds. Visit website

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Uniform

The school aims to create a purposeful and aspirational attitude to learning through the wearing of a smart school uniform.

The full correct uniform must be worn on the journey to and from school.

School uniform is only available to purchase from SWOTS, 24 Church Street, Reigate, Surrey RH2 0AN 
Telephone: 01737 243825 Email: swots@ukonline.co.uk Website: www.schooluniformsonline.co.uk

Items marked with * are available only from the school outfitters, SWOTS of Reigate, and can be purchased by telephone order 01737 243825, in person or online www.schooluniformsonline.co.uk.

All property should be clearly marked with your child’s name. 

Please see the attached document for further information on uniform and equipment expectations 

UNIFORM EXPLANATION

Black pleated kilt style skirt with
coloured piping that reflects the House colour OR

 

Plain black tailored trousers

 

The skirt or tailored trousers are compulsory for all students in Year 7 to Year 11

 

 

Black V-necked sweater (optional)

 

Compulsory black blazer with breast pocket and Oxted School badge* and year flash* sewn or embroidered on to blazer

 

Plain white blouse or shirt

 

 

 

House tie*

 

 

White or black short socks, or plain opaque black tights

 

Plain black flat dress shoes in leather or similar. No boots or canvas shoes

 

 

 

A plain dark coloured topcoat for
wearing outdoors but no hoody

The skirt must be purchased from the school supplier.  It must be worn to knee length with the bottom of the skirt sitting on the kneecap

  

The school does not permit the wearing of black jeans or black chinos 
Leggings, black jeans, stirrup pants or linen trousers are not permitted

 

V-necked sweaters are optional

 

Blazers are compulsory for all students and must be worn at all times including the journey to and from school

 

The top button of blouses or shirts must be
fastened at all times and must be tucked into the skirt or trousers

 

The tie must be fastened so that it sits against the top button of the blouse or shirt

 

 

 

Shoes must be plain black leather dress shoes.  The school does not permit trainers of any description. The school does not permit canvas, patent or sling back shoes or boots of any kind

 

Outdoor coats must be in a dark colour (black, brown or navy blue).  Coats, scarves and gloves must be removed inside the school buildings.  Hooded tops, leather or denim jackets are not permitted and if worn will be confiscated.  This also applies to baseball caps

SANCTIONS FOR INCORRECT UNIFORM 

Students arriving to school wearing incorrect uniform will be given alternative uniform to wear unless there is a medical reason validated by a medical professional


 

Physical Education Uniform

ALL STUDENTS
ALL ITEMS AVAILABLE FROM SWOTS

ALL STUDENTS
BOUGHT ON THE HIGH STREET 

Black/white GCSE/BTEC shirt

Black/red Oxted shorts or Black/red Oxted skort

White Oxted School polo shirt

Black/red Oxted School PE fleece

Black/red Oxted School hoody optional (no other hoody allowed)

Black Oxted tracksuit trousers (or plain black tracksuit bottoms)

Black reversible Rugby Shirt (boys rugby only)

Black Oxted School tracksuit bottoms

Black Oxted School leggings

Laced training shoes

Football/rugby boots

Knee length black socks

Plain black tracksuit bottoms

Black Oxted School leggings (or sport leggings only i.e. sports brand)

Black sports jacket - optional (no fashion jackets)

Gumshield for hockey and rugby (mandatory)

Shin pads for football and hockey


 

JEWELLERY/HEADWEAR/HAIR/MAKEUP

EXPLANATION

Only one pair of small stud earrings (not diamond or coloured plastic) is permitted.  Earrings may only be worn in the earlobe, not at the top of the ear

Students will be asked to remove earrings that are not small studs or that are not in the ear lobe

For health and safety reasons no other  body piercing is permitted

Students will be asked to remove studs and bars from piercings

Students can wear a wrist watch if they wish

The wearing of rings, bracelets and necklaces is not permitted.  These will be confiscated if worn

Hair must be of a reasonable length and one natural colour

Long hair must be tied back for certain workshop / drama / laboratory / PE activities. Beads are not permitted. 

Extremes of fashion in hairstyles are not suitable for school.  Very short (number 1 or 2) cut or shaven hair is not acceptable in school. Students must not have motifs etc. shaven into their hair. Where students do not follow the rules for hair length/colour/motifs they will be isolated 

Lipstick, eye make-up and/or false eyelashes are not permitted

Coloured nail varnish, acrylic or gel nails are not permitted

Students will be told to remove make up and nail varnish

Notes:

  • All jewellery must be removed for all PE lessons 
  • Taping is not permitted
  • If students cannot participate in PE, they are expected to bring a note and their coaching kit (PE kit) so they can take on a different role.  If they do not have coaching kit, then the PE sanction for no kit will apply

 

MOBILE PHONES / iPod

EXPLANATION

Mobile phones and headphones should not be seen in school they should be kept in the student’s bag

If students use a mobile phone without permission the phone will be confiscated and sanctions issued

iPod / iTouch etc should not be brought in to school

If students use an iPod without permission then these will be confiscated and sanctions issued

Note

  • Persistent use of mobile phones will require a parent to collect the phone and meet with the Year Team to resolve the issue