The Codrington School - The International School of Barbados

Uniforms and appearance

Primary School Uniform

Class Regular uniform Gym uniform
 Boys Girls Boys  Girls
Early years
(PYP1 to PYP4)
Navy blue shorts plus checked button down blue/white shirt-jack with school patch, white socks Navy blue skorts plus checked button down blue/white shirts with school patch, white socks Navy blue shorts plus house T-shirt Navy blue shorts plus house T-shirt

Class Regular uniform Gym uniform
 Boys Girls Boys  Girls
Junior years
(PYP5 to PYP8)
Navy blue shorts plus white button down shirts with school patch, or
shirt-jack, white socks
Above the knee navy blue skorts plus white button down shirts with school patch, white socks Navy blue shorts plus house T-shirt Navy blue shorts plus house
T-shirt

Hats White or navy blue visor, or white or navy blue cap, or soft white or navy blue sloppy brim hat must be worn by all children during outdoors PE and at other times when out in the sune.g. recess.
Shoes Primary school children must wear either enclosed “Clark’s” or “Klix” style sandals or “trainers” (tennis shoes). Secondary school children must wear either enclosed “Clark’s” style sandals or “trainers” (tennis shoes). Girls may wear black formal shoes and boys must wear black formal shoes with long trousers.
Socks All students must wear white socks extending at least above the ankle.

Student’s appearance makes an impression on others. When students are properly groomed and attired, they contribute to an atmosphere which shows respect for personal standards and consideration for the school environment. We want all parents and visitors, as well as fellow students, to sense this concern for school pride as it is demonstrated by the neatness and good taste of our students’ appearance.

The school determines what is and what is not appropriate dress and appearance, irrespective of current trends. Students and parents are encouraged to ask questions of teachers and administrators as to whether any particular items may be acceptable. The decision of the head of school is final in all acceptability discussions.

Jewelry 
Any student may wear a wristwatch. Any student may also wear a maximum of a pair of simple stud or sleeper earrings. No ornate or heavy jewelry should be worn, although any child may wear a single simple bracelet, a simple ring or a simple gold or silver neck chain.

Hair
Hair must always be neatly groomed and free of any ornamentation except for a plain navy blue and/or white band or clip.

Valuables
Students are responsible for their belongings. The school takes no responsibility for lost items. Students are strongly advised not to wear expensive jewellery to school. All personal items should have the student’s name on them, especially their sports kits. Bags must be stored neatly in classrooms or storage, away from pedestrian walkways. Students should avoid bringing expensive items on to campus and make sure that their bags, backpacks and lunch boxes are labelled and properly stored.

Students are reminded to check the “lost and found” in the admissions office periodically for missing items; all items not claimed by the end of a term will be donated to charity.

Please contact the office administrator for information on the places at which items of school uniform may be purchased.

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Uniform Order Form (Editable)

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