Uniform


We work closely with suppliers to offer high quality uniform items in the school colours with the Morna logo. All school uniforms must be purchased at the school office and are on sale during the whole year including summer and half term holidays. Note that during Christmas holidays the office is closed.

Uniform for Foundation Stage to Year 6

• Navy blue or red gingham dress for girls during the summer months (April to October)
• Navy blue skirt, pinafore dress, shorts or trousers for girls
• Navy blue trousers or shorts for boys
• Red cardigan or jumper with the Morna logo
• White polo shirt, short or long sleeves, with the Morna logo
• White, navy blue, black or red plain socks, or tights for girls
• Navy blue, black or white shoes, boots, sandals or trainers

Children in the Nursery class are allowed to wear their sports tracksuits with their white polo shirt every day if parents wish.

Uniform for Year 7 to Year 11

• White polo shirt, short or long sleeves, with the Morna logo
• Grey sweatshirt or red and grey baseball jacket with the Morna logo
• Navy blue trousers, shorts, skirt
• Navy blue, black, white plain socks
• Navy blue, black or white shoes, boots or trainers

Students are not allowed to wear the following items of clothing under any circumstances:

• Jeans or leggings of any colour, including black and navy blue
• Sweatshirts, hoodies or jumpers which do not have the Morna logo
• Flip flops or sandals

Facial piercings, tattoos and extreme hair colours are inappropriate.

Dress Code for 6th Form students

Students are required to dress appropriately for study and learning. They act as an example to the younger children in the school and represent the school in a positive manner.

Male students
• Plain t-shirts are preferred. No offensive slogans on t-shirts.
• Smart trousers and jeans may be worn if they do not have holes or tears
• Smart, tailored shorts may be worn. No casual or beachwear shorts may be worn.
• Trousers and shorts must be worn on the waist so as to not expose underwear
• No flip flops or sandals

Female students
• Smart trousers, jeans and skirts may be worn if they do not have holes or tears
• Smart, tailored shorts may be worn. No casual or beachwear shorts or miniskirts or short shorts may be worn.
• Tops must not be low cut or cropped
• See-through garments are not permitted
• No flip flops or sandals

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