All students in Years 7 – 11 are required to wear the College uniform. The students are our greatest ambassadors. How they present themselves reflects upon the College. We are proud of our students and expect their pride to be demonstrated through their presentation.
Students in Years 12 and 13 are required to dress according to the sixth form dress code.
All items of uniform can be brought at the College Uniform Shop. Items must be clearly marked with the owner’s name. For safety and security reasons, necklaces, rings, bracelets and hoop ear-rings are not allowed.
Winter uniform is worn from October half term until Easter.
Summer uniform is worn from Easter to October half term.
NB. Winter uniform can be worn if preferred, except with white socks instead of plain black or grey tights.
Smart well-fitting black shoes (leather or similar), flat or with a chunky heel which is a maximum of 5 cm high (no stiletto heels).
Hair should be neat, cut in a smart style and tied back for practical subjects. Hair slides and bands should co-ordinate with your uniform – plain red, black, grey or white. Hair should be a natural colour.
One pair of stud-type earrings only. No nose or face studs or any other jewellery, except a watch.
For safety and security reason, necklaces, rings, bracelets and hoop earrings are not allowed.
No make-up or nail varnish.
All sixth form students have an important role to play as ambassadors for the College and as role models for students from Reception to Year 11. In addition to this, we aim to create a positive collegiate atmosphere within the sixth form and to ensure that all students fully reach their academic potential in their A level examinations. Students having excellent attendance, adopting a scholarly approach to their learning, being fully involved in their College, local and global communities and being smartly dressed all contribute towards us achieving this aim. The sixth form dress code is as follows:
We would strongly suggest that the students label their belongings (jackets in particular) in order to make them easily identifiable and so prevent loss.
Any sixth form student who does not meet our expectations with regard to attire will be asked to go home and change immediately. We do not wish for this to be necessary as we understand that this may have a detrimental effect on the student’s learning.
At Jersey College for Girls we run our own uniform shop. This provision enables us to keep uniform prices as low as possible to provide best value.
The shop is open from 15.30 to 17.00 every Tuesday and Thursday every term. You may also purchase your daughter’s uniform during the summer break by appointment only. Appointments are recommended as the process can be lengthy and it is a more pleasant experience if you do not have to wait in line. To make an appointment please contact Mrs Jane Wood - email@example.com.
In order to keep our costs down please note that payment is by cash or cheque only – we do not accept credit or debit cards. Please make cheques made payable to ‘JCG General Fund’.
We also have a second hand uniform Shop which is run by Fiona Howarth. For more information on this please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Blazer||Size 6 to 23||£65|
|Skirt||20" to 40" Waist||£35|
|Jumper||Size 28 to 46||£19|
|Blouse||Size 28 to 50||£20|
|Summer Dress||Size 26 to 48||£35|
|School Coat||All Sizes||£48|
|Tracksuit Bottoms||All Sizes||£15|
|Shorts||22" to 40" Waist||£5|
|Red Sports Socks||£4|
|White School Socks||£4|
|Polo Shirt||Size 28 to 46||£8|
|Swimsuit||Size 28 ti 40||£15|