Our Uniform

Why is uniform so important to us?

Our students each have their own background; with a common uniform we have the opportunity to ensure that each has equality at school. There is also the shared ownership and pride in the school that we aim to foster. Wearing the uniform correctly and smartly is also good preparation for working life; each student should take pride in their own appearance and be clean and smart everyday, both in school and when travelling to and from school.

Dale Hardy: Why school uniforms are the bedrock of an outstanding school

SRPA Uniform Policy

Sports Kit Update – September 2021

Update uniform direct for September

Uniform Direct

Uniform Direct B2B Terms and Conditions of Business

2021 parents guide – ONLINE and INSTORE


The Colour of the Tie

The colour of the school tie denotes the year group. For pupils in Years 7, 8 and 9, the tie is blue. A red tie is worn in Years 10 and 11.

A blue tie for Key Stage 3 pupils.

A red tie for Key Stage 4 pupils.

Letters to parents
Sixth Form