Girl’s Uniform

Specifics of the Perins Girl’s Uniform

Blazer:
Traditional school uniform style in black with school badge on breast pocket.

Skirt:
A black, pleated skirt with the Perins badge. The skirt should at all times touch the child’s knee when they are stood upright. Please allow for growth then purchasing the skirt; our suggestion would be to buy a skirt which will give your child as much wear as possible but still conforms to the rule of touching the knee. Below is information given to us by a paediatric Growth and Endocrine Nurse Specialist:
“Girls and boys grow at an average of 5-6 cm per year from about the age of 6, this continues until puberty begins. After this time and for the next two years girls will grow around 12-15 cm per year.”

Trousers:
Black traditional style. Cotton fabrics, combats, cords, jeans, hipsters or flared styles are not permitted. Fabrics with a high lycra content, which cling to the body, are also not permitted.

Shirt:
White traditional school shirt with standard collar. Fitted fashion shirts, baggy styles or polo shirts are not permitted. Shirts must be worn tucked into trousers or skirt. Garments worn under the shirt must be light in colour without images.

Socks: Black socks.

Tights: Black, or natural.

Shoes: Black (with laces of the same colour if applicable). They should be smart and practical for all school activities. Trainers, boots, stilettos, canvas types, flip-flops, sandals or open-toes styles are not permitted. Shoes must fit feet securely and not be worn down at the back. ‘Flip flop’ action is unacceptable.

Jumper: Plain black, fine knit, long sleeved with V neck. This is an optional item; no other jumper is acceptable.

Tie: School tie in house colour (Ventus = yellow, Ignis = red, Terra = green, Aqua = purple). Ties must be worn to a length where a minimum of 14 coloured/silver stripes can be clearly seen.

Outside Coats:
Dark colours or beige, plain type worn over (not instead of or under) blazers in cold weather. Denim or imitation leather is not permitted. Any reflective material, motifs or labels on coats/bags, must be discreet and inoffensive (not sexist, racist or relating to the drugs culture in any way). Scarves and hats must be navy blue or black, they are only to be worn in winter and not as a fashion garment.

Jewellery/ Body Piercing:
No jewellery, except a maximum of 2 metal studs, one in each ear lobe. Tunnel earrings are not permitted. No other body jewellery is acceptable.

Hair Style/ Make Up:
Hair must be clean, neat and tidy and kept at a reasonable length. Extreme styles, this includes shaving pattern into the hair, and colours are not permitted. Visible make-up and nail varnish is unacceptable.

Trousers: Black traditional style. Cotton fabrics, combats, cords, jeans, hipsters or flared styles are not permitted. Fabrics with a high lycra content, which cling to the body,  are also not permitted.

Shirt: White traditional school shirt with standard collar. Fitted fashion shirts, baggy styles or polo shirts are not permitted.  Shirts must be worn tucked into trousers or skirt. Garments worn under the shirt must be light in colour without images.

Socks: Black socks.

Tights:  Black, or natural.

Shoes:  Black (with laces of the same colour if applicable).  Smart and practical for all school activities. Trainers, boots, stilettos, canvas types, flip-flops, sandals or open-toes styles are not permitted.  Shoes must fit feet securely and not be worn down at the back. ‘Flip flop’ action is unacceptable.

Jumper: Plain black, fine knit, long sleeved with V neck.  This is an optional item; no other jumper is acceptable.

Tie:   School tie in house colour (Ventis = yellow, Ignis = red, Aqua = purple, Terra = green). Ties must be worn to a length where a minimum of 9 coloured/silver stripes can be clearly seen.

Outside Coats: Dark colours or beige, plain type worn over (not instead of or under) blazers in cold weather. Denim or imitation leather is not permitted. Any reflective material, motifs or labels on coats/bags, must be discreet and inoffensive (not sexist, racist or relating to the drugs culture in any way). Scarves and hats must be navy blue or black, they are only to be worn in winter and not as a fashion garment.

Jewellery/ Body Piercing: No jewellery, except a maximum of 2 metal studs, one in each ear lobe. Tunnel earrings are not permitted. No other body jewellery is acceptable.

Hair Style/ Make Up: Hair must be clean, neat and tidy and kept at a reasonable length. Extreme styles, this includes shaving pattern into the hair, and colours are not permitted. Visible make-up and nail varnish is unacceptable.