Wholeschool Portal | Home 17 October 2016

 Uniform and Appearance
   
Compulsory items:
Collegiate School blazer with badge
Bottle green skirt (split skirt styles not acceptable)
Bottle green and scarlet stripe tie
Scarlet blouse – Years 8 to 12
White blouse – Years 13 and 14
Green tights or green knee socks
Black shoes with heels not more than 6 cm in height and broad-based
Red PE skirt or red PE shorts 
White short-sleeved polo shirt (to be initialled on the left-hand side)
White knee-length socks
White training shoes, plain or with coloured flash
School Tracksuit
(Tracksuit and shorts are only available through the PE Department in School)
 

Optional items:
Bottle green outdoor coat or a plain bottle green fleece top (neither to be worn in school)
Bottle green and scarlet stripe regulation scarf
Short sleeved scarlet blouse worn with existing skirt (subject to availability)
Bottle green V-neck pullover (high neck styles are not acceptable as the school tie must be worn and be clearly visible)
Boots may be worn travelling to and from school in cold or inclement weather but are not to be worn in school
Light waterproof jacket (bottle green)

General Points:
Girls are expected to wear only what is in this list and the co-operation of parents is requested to ensure that this is so, and that their daughters conform to the school regulations on uniform and appearance.

 
Those girls who have represented the School in a sports activity may purchase the School hooded top through the PE Department if so desired.  This top is only to be worn when participating in PE/Sports Activities.

Girls are not to wear jewellery or ear rings.  The only exceptions to this are that:
one plain signet ring may be worn
one single small ear stud or sleeper may be worn in each ear.

Coloured nail varnish, tattoos, obtrusive make up, etc are not allowed.
Girls are expected to be neat and clean in every aspect of uniform and in general overall appearance.  Hairstyles should be tidy and unobtrusive.

These regulations on uniform and appearance will be strictly enforced but if there are exceptional circumstances, parents should contact the Vice-Principal, Mrs Dunn, to see if it is possible to grant any exemptions.

The Local Suppliers are:  Clothing:        S D Kells, Lisnaskea/Irvinestown/Enniskillen

                                      Footwear:      Sloan’s, High Street, Enniskillen

                                                           Desi Quinn, High Street Enniskillen