Students are ambassadors of the school and a high standard of dress and appearance is expected at all times. We are very proud of our uniform and expect all students to keep within the guidelines set out below. The Governors of Tring School together with the Headteacher are responsible for setting school uniform regulations.
If parents or pupils are uncertain about any aspect of uniform or appearance they are advised to check with the school.
Full uniform and correct footwear must be worn to and from school.
Students who do not comply with these requirements may be sent home or placed in Internal Exclusion.
All items of school uniform and sports kit are available to buy from the school shop via Wisepay. Please click here or on the Payments/Uniform buttons to enter the shop.
The school also holds a second hand uniform sale once a month, for dates see the school calendar.
Uniform / Appearance Year 7 – 10
This is plain black with the school crest on the pocket. The blazer should be worn at all times in school, apart from those lessons where blazers would be unsuitable. The school badge may be purchased from the school uniform shop.
Blouses and shirts are white, with a collar, full length cuffed sleeve or short sleeved if preferred. The blouse/shirt must be tucked in at all times. Fitted shirts that do not tuck in are not allowed. If a vest or T shirt is worn under the blouse or shirt it must be plain white.
A plain black V neck jumper is optional. The school tie should be clearly visible through the V neck. No symbols or patterns are allowed on the jumpers. Cardigans are not acceptable and will be confiscated.
Skirts must be black, knee length and be of a stitched down knife pleated design. Trousers must be of a full length, plain black, tailored and without external pockets. Skinny trousers, leggings, hipsters, cropped trousers, skirt-trouser combination and trousers with splits are not permitted. Cords, jeans or trousers and skirts made of any kind of denim or denim look alike are not permitted.
Students are permitted to wear a plain black belt, with a simple buckle.
The school tie must be worn by girls and boys unless specific permission for its removal is granted. The tie is clip on with the house colour running through the stripe. Ties can be purchased from the school uniform shop or the stationery shop located in the LRC.
Socks & Tights
Socks must be plain black, grey or white. Tights may be black, grey or neutral.
Black polishable shoes must be worn in school. Trainers and other types of sports shoes are not allowed to be worn except for games lessons. Heels and stilettos are not allowed. Plimsolls, Vans or canvas shoes are not permitted. If black, flat, leather boots are worn, they must only be worn under trousers. Boots may not be worn with skirts. Ugg style boots are not acceptable
Parents are asked to provide sensible weatherproof coats. Denim and leather jackets are not allowed. Coats that are light coloured and/or incorporate fluorescent and reflective materials are more visible and therefore safer. Sweatshirts & hoodies are not allowed to be worn at any time.
The wearing of jewellery by boys and girls at school is not recommended for reasons of health & safety, security and suitability. We strongly urge parents to discourage the wearing of jewellery at school. If, however, any parent still feels that some jewellery should be worn, only the following is permitted, which must be removed for activities such as sports and practical lessons.
- One simple chain worn inside the blouse or shirt, i.e. not visible.
- One simple signet ring, worn on a finger or on a chain around the neck.
- For pupils with pierced ears, one pair of simple, plain studs – one stud in each ear lobe only. Spacers & bars are not permitted. Studs, bars & rings must not be worn on any other part of the body, including the nose, lip, eyebrow, navel and tongue (this is not an exhaustive list).
- A watch.
If pupils are asked to remove items of jewellery for sports or practical activities, their safekeeping remains the pupils’ responsibility.
The wearing of make-up at school is not considered appropriate or necessary. NO make-up including nail varnish is permitted.
Hair must be appropriate for a smart, professional environment and must not be extreme in style or length. It should not be cut shorter than a number 2 and must not be shaved-patterned. This also applies to shaved eyebrows. Hair must be a natural colour. Only plain, functional and safe hair accessories are allowed.
Sports clothing or footwear is not suitable for general school use.
Tring School Sixth Form Dress Code
For information on the dress code for our Sixth Form please click here Sixth Form Dress Code.
|KS3 Girls||KS3 Boys||KS4 Girls and Boys (years 10 and 11)
|Long blue socks (Tring logo)||Long blue socks (Tring logo)||Long blue socks (Tring logo)
|Black shorts (Tring logo)||Black shorts (Tring logo)||Black shorts (Tring logo)
or Black tracksuit bottoms (Tring logo) or Black sports leggings (Girls)
|Blue polo Shirt (Tring logo)||Blue polo Shirt (Tring logo)||Blue polo shirt (Tring logo)
|Sports trainers||Blue/white rugby shirt (Tring logo)||Blue/white rugby shirt (Tring logo)
or Black hoody (Tring logo)
|White sports socks||Sports trainers||Sports trainers|
|Swimming costume (one piece)||Football / rugby boots||White sports socks|
|Gum shield (hockey)||White sports socks||Black polo shirt (Tring logo) for GCSE
and BTEC students only
|Shin pads (hockey)||Swimming shorts |
|Gum shield (rugby/hockey)|
|Shin pads (football / hockey)|
|Optional items||Optional items|
|Black tracksuit bottoms (Tring logo)||Black tracksuit bottoms (Tring logo)|
|Black sports leggings||Sport splash top|
|Netball skort||Hooded top|
|Sport splash top||Base layer|