School Uniform 

  • Black blazer with school badge
  • Plain white shirt (long sleeve or short sleeve)
  • Black trousers
  • Conventional style black skirt, knee or just above knee length worn with black opaque tights OR conventional style black trousers with black socks
  • School tie - See Below
  • Black V Neck Jumper (Optional)
  • Black socks
  • Plain black shoes
  • It is preferable that students wear a plain black, dark grey or navy coat or jacket
  • A school bag that is able to carry A4 size books



Each year group has a different coloured tie which carry over into the next year. Ties do not need to be replaced each year. The colour tie for each year group from September 2022 is as follows: -

·       Year 7 – Blue - From September 2024 Green

·       Year 8 – Red

·       Year 9 – Yellow

·       Year 10 – Purple

·       Year 11 – Green

They cost £4.50 each and can be bought from the school reception.

PE Kit

  • Polo top black and blue with school badge
  • Black shorts with blue Caterham badge
  • Black leggings/cycling shorts (Sport only)
  • Tracksuit bottoms black with school badge
  • Fleece Jumper black with school badge NO HOODIES ALLOWED
  • Black football/hockey socks
  • Shin pads - colour optional
  • Mouth guard (recommended) for hockey, colour optional
  • Trainers, colour optional no plimsolls.
  • Football Boots (optional) colour optional
  • Black swimming trunks / costume
  • Swimming hat, colour optional
  • Swimming goggles, colour optional


Hair Styles

In line with our school uniform hair should be smart and worn in preparation for the workplace. Hair should not be dyed in bright or unnatural colours and should not be multi-toned and should not have patterns or otherwise shaved into the hair. Outlandish hair styles are not acceptable and are at the school’s discretion. In terms of health and safety long hair must be appropriately tied back for practical lessons.

Jewellery and Accessories 

Students should not wear jewellery to school.  One small pair of studs or sleepers may be worn, and one religious bracelet only may be worn which must be small and plain. No badges, pins, ribbons, stickers or tokens, or other such items, are allowed. 

General - Please note

The clothes should be of conventional style – NOT fashion garments. The following footwear is not allowed for either boys or girls: Canvas shoes, Converse style shoes; trainers; high heels; platforms; strapless/backless shoes; Vans; Kicker trainers; Nike Airforce trainers; shoes with contrasting stitching or logos, sequins or beads, suede shoes, flat or pump style shoes. 

The following garments are not allowed for either boys or girls: hoodies, sweatshirts, black long sleeved cotton tops, black round necked jumpers. While boys are welcome to bring thobes to school for prayers, they must wear them only for the prayer meeting, putting them on at the beginning of prayers (at the prayer venue) and removing them after prayers. They may keep them in their bags or lockers at other times of the day.

If in doubt, please contact the school outfitters or the school before purchasing the items. 

No other jackets, other than blazers, should be worn in school. May we also remind you that for Yr 7, 8 and 9 students no make-up is to be worn. However, students in Yr 10 and 11 are permitted to wear a little make-up including clear nail varnish. No fake lashes or acrylic nails are to be worn. If girls wish to wear headscarves, they must be either plain black or plain white.

For safeguarding reasons, we need to be able to identify all students onsite and as a result we do not allow face coverings. 


179 Cranbrook Road, Ilford 020 8554 5133

708 Chigwell Road, Woodford Bridge 020 8504 6420

153 High Street, Barkingside, 020 8550 2119
Email: info@uni-stat.com