School Uniform

We want our students to wear their uniform with pride. Our uniform indicates that we belong to the WIS community. Our uniform policy reflects the school’s ethos of high standards and promotes good behaviour, reinforcing our school’s culture of high expectations and academic achievement.

All students are expected to dress according to the uniform policy; smartness and high standards of appearance are expected at all times. We have a required school uniform for several reasons:
  • Uniforms unite the school. Students make a commitment that when they put on their WIS uniform they will abide by the rules of the community.
  • Uniforms reduce distractions. When pupils are allowed to wear their home clothing, there is the potential to talk about or focus on fashions and styles rather than learning.

We ask parents and guardians to support all decisions by school staff regarding whether or not clothing is appropriate or inappropriate for school. The school expects all parents who accept a place at WIS to comply with the school uniform standards.
  • Burgundy Skirt
  • White Shirt
  • Grey/Black Trousers
  • White Ankle Socks
  • Black Shoes
  • Burgundy Bucket Hat/Cap
  • Burgundy Jumper with white stripes on neck and wrists
  • Black WIS Hoodie
  • Grey/Black Trousers/Shorts
  • White Shirt
  • Grey Knee-High Socks
  • Black Shoes
  • Burgundy Bucket Hat/Cap
  • Burgundy Jumper with white stripes on neck and wrists
  • Black WIS Hoodie
  • WIS White Golf Shirt
  • Burgundy Shorts
  • White/Black Trainers
  • White Ankle Socks
  • WIS Burgundy Tracksuit
  • WIS Swimming trunks/costume
  • WIS Swimming costume
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All items of school uniform must be clearly named to ensure their safe return. The school does not accept responsibility for misplaced items.

Our uniform is now sold at the BMS Warehouse and stationery can also be found on the BMS online store

Headwear for cultural or religious reasons may be worn, e.g. Hijab, Turban etc., but must be plain in colour.

Outdoor hats should be removed inside the classrooms, but helmets / hats worn for medical / physiotherapy purposes are permitted.

Children are allowed to wear:

  • One pair of plain, small stud earrings, silver or gold (no stones set into them) these must be removed for any PE activity.
  • Wristwatch, this must be removed for any PE activity. No other jewellery is allowed.

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