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Our Uniform

In line with our school’s value on sustainability, we have Introduced a new, contemporary and eco-friendly school uniform by David Luke, suitable for classroom learning and physical education.

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The fabrics are made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, which have dramatically reduced the amount of plastic ending up in landfills. In fact, 40 million 2L plastic bottles will have been saved by the end of 2020! All garments are produced ethically and are made with high-quality, comfortable fabrics.

School uniform is available at Unimode and can be ordered online at www.unimode.hu/bisb. Orders will be home delivered. 

For Secondary students, school houses will be assigned at the beginning of the school term so please wait until then before purchasing the house t-shirt. The first new house tie will also be provided free of charge to students by their class teachers.

In the case of incorrect orders, the return slip should be completed indicating the new size required. Returning items should be dropped off at the school security cabin and the amended order will be sent back to school or home delivered if required.

Please visit the Unimode FAQ page for more information.

Further Requirements in Addition to our Uniform

 

Early Years (EY1 and EY2)

 

  • Black shoes for indoor use that are also suitable for PE days (no crocs or slippers), preferably with Velcro fasteners.
  • Outdoor shoes, suitable for the weather.
  • Optional grey tights/leggings (girls)

 

Primary

 

  • Black shoes (no boots) for indoor use
  • Optional grey tights/leggings (girls)

 

PE

  • Clean-soled, non-marking sports trainers
  • Navy blue plain long socks
  • Flat-soled trainers or special Astro-turf trainers for the Astro-turf fields. No screw-in studs, large moulded studs or moulded blades.
  • Shin pads for football lessons
  • Optional black or navy blue plain leggings (girls)

 

Appearance

  • No make-up or nail varnish.
  • Jewellery – only one pair of simple stud earrings; one bracelet or necklace may be worn for religious reasons; one simple friendship bracelet.
  • Hair must be of a natural colour and must be worn neatly; hairbands and ties, if worn, should be discrete.

 

Secondary

 

  • Plain black (including soles and laces) leather or leather-look polished shoes. Footwear should be business style, so no trainers, casual boots or shoes with apparent logos, noticeable buckles, straps or other decorations. Shoes should be sensible and offer appropriate protection to the foot; they must have some form of tread or grip on the sole and a heel no more than 3cm.
  • Boots may not be longer than ankle boots. Winter boots or other casual shoes worn to school must be changed for school shoes on arrival and stored in students' lockers.
  • Tights must be full tights and must be plain black. Two-tone tights, stockings, knee-high hosiery, or any other colour or patterns are not to be worn. If students opt for socks instead, these must be ankle socks.
  • Trousers are defined as plain black business-style suit trousers or formal trousers. Jeans and jean-cut trousers are defined as those made from denim, with rivets, studs and/or back pockets and these are not to be worn. Skin-tight fitted trousers and leggings are not to be worn.

  • Skirt is not mandatory - students may opt to wear trousers instead

  • School blazer, required as part of Winter Uniform and optional as part of Summer Uniform.

  • Winter Uniform is worn from October half-term until the beginning of Term 3. Summer uniform can be worn from the beginning of Term 3 until the next October half-term. Reminders will be communicated through the school Newsletter as we approach the change in Uniform season each year.

 

PE

  • Clean-soled, non-marking sports trainers for gym use.
  • Black or Navy blue plain long socks
  • Flat-soled trainers or special Astro-turf trainers for the Astro-turf fields. No screw-in studs, large moulded studs or moulded blades.
  • Shin pads for football lessons
  • Optional black or navy blue plain leggings (girls)

 

Sixth Form Dress Code

 

Boys

  • Business suit or suit jacket and trousers.
  • Formal shirt with collar and tie
  • Formal tailored business shirt.
  • Formal plain wool or similar jumper or cardigan, without logo, image or design

 

Girls

  • Business suit, formal dress or business-style top with formal trousers or skirt
  • Formal Jacket
  • Shirt. No T-shirts or strap tops.
  • Skirts or dresses should be no more than 5cm above the knee.
  • Formal plain wool or similar jumper or cardigan, without logo, image or design
  • Plain tights

 

Footwear

  • Footwear should be business style, so no trainers, casual boots or shoes with apparent logos. Shoes should be sensible and offer appropriate protection to the foot; they must have some form of tread or grip on the sole and a heel no more than 3cm.  Outdoor footwear should be changed for shoes as above while in school.

 

Secondary and Sixth Form Appearance

  • Discreet ring or bracelet.
  • No more than one pair of simple stud or small hoop earrings.
  • Facial piercings, tattoos and other body art are not to be visible in school.
  • Makeup and nail varnish must be subtle (barely noticeable). Bold colours, patterns and other decorations on nails are not subtle and may not be worn. Long nails of any kind are neither practical nor safe and should not be worn. 
  • Hair must be of a naturally-occurring colour and must be worn neatly. Long hair must be tied in a way consistent with Health and Safety requirements in practical subjects.