Trinity High School students wear their uniform with pride. Students are expected to maintain high standards of uniform both in school and in the community when travelling to and from school. We welcome the support of parents in this matter.

In order to ensure a consistent approach, all of our uniform, with the exception of shirts and formal black shoes should be purchased from the following retailer:

Orchard Clothing Unit 30 Dunlop Road (Off Windmill Drive), Hunt End Trading Estate, Redditch B97 5XP Tel: 0845 208 0471 or 01527 545555

The School uniform can be purchased as individual items or as a package starter deal, consisting of the following:

– One (badged) school blazer
– Tailored trousers or pleated skirt
– One Trinity school tie
– Sports jacket
– One badged school PE polo shirt
– School PE shorts or skort
– School PE socks

The starter package costs from: £108.00

Additional Information

Clothing and Footwear
Trousers must be tailored (no leggings, skinny fit, extreme bootleg or denim). Should girls wish to do so, they may wear the School skirt (pleated and worn to the knee). However, if choosing to wear a School skirt rather than trousers, legs MUST be covered by black, opaque tights. Shirts must be plain white and buttoned to the neck to enable the School clip-on tie to be worn correctly. Shoes must be plain black formal shoes (not boots, pumps or trainers bearing logos). A plain coat may be worn over the School blazer on the way to and from school and outside of the School buildings only. Headgear is not allowed with the exception of a plain black or grey hijab. Hoodies are not permitted in school.

The ONLY jewellery permitted to be worn in school is one plain stud earring in each ear, worn in the lower ear lobe and a wristwatch (no smart watches). No other jewellery may be worn. This includes body and facial piercings (including tongue piercings, flesh tunnels and spikes). Jewellery should be removed for PE.

Some parents may be under the misconception that they can give consent for their children to have permanent tattoos. However, under the Tattooing of Minors Act 1969 it is a criminal offence to tattoo a child under the age of 18. Therefore, tattoos are not permitted.

Make Up
Make up must be kept discreet and natural looking. Students wearing excessive make up will be asked to remove it. False nails and coloured nail polish are not permitted.

Hairstyles must be in keeping with a formal place of work. Extremes of hairstyle and unnatural colours (vivid pinks, purples, reds, etc) are not permitted. Haircuts must be conventional; shaven heads, lines and patterns, mohicans and mohawks are not allowed. Hairstyles should be no shorter than a grade two. Hair extensions are unacceptable. Hair ornaments e.g. slides, bobbles, scrunchies, hairbands should be a plain dark colour. The shaving of lines into the eyebrow is not permitted Uniform is the responsibility of students and parents/carers as well as staff, especially the Form Tutor, who must ensure that high standards are maintained and that students begin every day appropriately dressed. The Board of Governors have stated that “the Headteacher’s discretion and decision on all matters of uniform including hairstyles is final”. With ever evolving fashion trends, Trinity High School reserve the right to revise our School Uniform Policy as and when appropriate to do so.

Students arriving to school dressed inappropriately will be expected to either; return home to change, borrow the item of uniform from school or, where this is not possible, be placed in isolation until their uniform, hairstyle or piercing has been rectified