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Compulsory College Uniform Items:

Students in years 7 - 11 are expected to wear the following uniform in college every day:

College Uniform:

  • Sky Blue shirt (Short or Long sleeved/ with or without the college logo is acceptable)

  • A choice from either: Black (suit style) trousers, black skirt or black suit style shorts

  • College Jumper or Hoodie. ONLY college hoodies or Jumpers are allowed to be worn.

  • Black trainers (No other colours visible on the trainer)

  • Tights should be plain black or plain neutral and not patterned

PE Kit:

  • Blue KEVICC Polo shirt

  • KEVICC Rugby Shirt of KEVICC sports fleece

  • Black shorts, Skirt, Tracksuit bottoms or leggings

  • Appropriate change of sports socks

  • A change of trainers

  • Gumshields and shin pads (All students)

  • Football boots

Further guidance around uniform expectations for all students is below:

  • Students are expected to wear their uniform on the journey to and from college.

  • Students on offsite visits will be expected to wear the uniform, except where practical activity necessitates otherwise.

  • All outside coats should be removed in class

  • Jewellery should be kept to a minimum and where ever possible not worn in college, any jewellery that may cause a potential safety risk such as hooped earrings must not be worn in college.


Sensory uniform:

We understand that young people may require a reasonable adjustment around sensory needs, and we will always work with parents/carers around this. Please see below websites that provide sensory-friendly uniforms to help ease any concerns they may have.

The reason we ask students to wear the college uniform is to create a sense of belonging to the college and the wider ethos. We remain a college that wants to work with students to help shape the vision for the college. When considering the change of uniform in the summer term, last academic year, we moved towards the college jumper and hoodie to ensure students felt warm and comfortable at a reasonable cost.  Should your child have feelings about the uniform, please ask them to contact Mr Gillard for an opportunity to share their feelings.  

We appreciate your support in this matter and are always open to communication with parents for their feedback.

Note: Please ensure that NAMES are put into the garments to reduce lost kit

Parents and carers will be informed of concerns regarding uniforms.