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Uniform Guidelines

Blazers must be worn for registration, assemblies and when moving around the school. They may be removed during lessons only with permission from staff.

Uniform should be worn correctly throughout the day unless otherwise directed by members of staff. Ties should be worn; shirts should not be unbuttoned, and shoes should be clean and polishable (canvas or trainer style shoes are not permitted). High heels are not permitted. Boys’ belts should be black with a plain buckle.

In Games, PE sessions and activity sessions, students should wear the Gosfield School PE kit with appropriate footwear. Students are not permitted to wear their own casual sports clothing, unless directed specifically by the member of staff responsible for the activity.

General Appearance Guidelines

The minimum clipper size is 2.

We recognise that taper fade haircuts can be smart. To ensure that pupils do not have haircuts that we consider to be extreme, the difference between the length of hair on the side of the head and on the top of the head should not be significant: no greater than a difference of 5 cm between shortest hair and longest hair. Specifically, the minimum clipper for the sides and back should be a 2 graduated to at least a 4 as it meets the longer hair on the top of the head. The shortest hair should be no shorter than clipper size 2.
Girls’ hair must be off their face and long hair tied back prep pupils. Hair should not be dyed unnatural colours. No extreme hairstyles are permitted.

Students are not permitted to use nail varnish, false eyelashes, eye liner or eyebrow pencils. Foundation, mascara and clear lip balm are permitted, providing any makeup is deemed ‘natural’ by a member of staff.

Jewellery is not permitted unless parents request in writing if they wish their child to wear an item for religious or medical reasons. Watches may be worn and girls may wear only one pair of stud earrings in the lobe.

Senior boys are expected to be clean shaven. Sideburns are not permitted.

Sixth Form boys are allowed to wear stubble or facial hair, but it must be neat and not excessively long. Sixth Form girls are permitted to wear heels no higher than 3 inches.

Pupils who do not adhere to the dress code will receive appropriate sanctions.

Uniform Shop

All items of school uniform can only be purchased via our online uniform shop. Please check uniform requirements on this website before ordering. Uniform adherence is strictly compulsory and is enforced at school.

Main uniform is ordered and supplied directly by the school while all sportswear is ordered and supplied through our Flagship School partnership with Grays International. Accordingly, when ordering sportswear, you will be redirected to the Grays International website for Gosfield School sportswear. Click the links below to order uniform:

Visit Our Main Online Shop

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All of our classrooms are well equipped for teaching and learning. Students are however required to have their own personal equipment for daily use in lessons.

Compulsory equipment that each student must bring to school every day is as follows:

Prep School

All pupils should bring their water bottle and school provided planner to school every day. Year 6 students should also bring their (fully charged) laptop to school every day.

Students in Years 3-6 are required to bring the following stationery into school:

  • Pencils (including colouring)
  • Rubber
  • Pencil Sharpener
  • 15 or 30cm Ruler
  • Round ended scissors
  • Glue Stick
  • Handwriting Pen (blue or black)
  • Felt Tips
  • Purple pen
  • Non-permanent whiteboard pen
  • Calculator (optional)

Senior School

All Senior School students must bring the following equipment to lessons every day:

  • IT device: Chromebook or Netbook or Laptop
  • Pencils 2b and 4b Pencils and a fine line pen for Art
  • Rubber
  • Pens: black or blue, purple and non-permanent white board
  • 360-degree protractor
  • 30cm ruler
  • Pair of compasses
  • Coloured pencils (minimum of 6)
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Round ended scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Scientific Calculator: Casio FX83GTX or FX85GTX
  • Spanish Dictionary (Collins Pocket for use at home)
  • French Dictionary (Collins Pocket for use at home, Year 8 students and above only)
  • Water Bottle

All items should be clearly named.


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