Uniform

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UNIFORM

The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, Allah is beautiful and he loves beauty.” (Muslim).

The wearing of a school uniform also provides children with a sense of pride and belonging to a community. A community in which each individual is proud to belong; a community where all individuals are encouraged to aim high. As our uniform is based on sunnah clothing, we hope pupils and parents alike will take pride in wearing this attire outside of school as well as in school.

Pupils are expected to wear uniform for the following beneficial reasons:

  1. To promote a sense of identity.
  2. Smart appearance.
  3. To remove competition regarding fashion trends.
  4. Economy.

We have very high expectations for presentation including clothes, shoes and hair and immediately address issues which fall short of these expectations.

We ask parents to help their child(ren) attend school dressed smartly with clean and correct uniform daily. Pupils should have multiple sets of uniform to achieve this, as this is one of the reasons, we have kept the uniform simple:

School Uniform Year 7 – 11:

  • Plain white jubba & izaar OR plain white shalwar kamees (strictly no tracksuit bottoms)
  • White topi & clean socks
  • Plain navy-blue jumper (no logos or design)
  • White or black amamah (optional)
  • A plain t-shirt can be worn under the kamees. The t-shirt shouldn’t be visible over the kamees.

PE Uniform:

  • Navy blue/black tracksuit bottoms
  • Plain white t-shirt or polo shirt (Strictly no replica football shirts)
  • Navy blue/black tracksuit top
  • Sensible trainers and clean socks

School Uniform Sixth Form:

  • Jubba / Salwar Kameez any colour (Square cut only – not rounded)
  • Length of kameez must be below knees
  • White Topi (no woolly hats)
  • Amamah
  • Plain Jumper (optional) – No large logos, hoodies etc.
  • Students may not wear hoodies or clothing that features large logos, slogans, images or badges – this does not extend to manufacturers’ names or small logos that are displayed discreetly.
  • A plain t-shirt can be worn under the kamees. The t-shirt shouldn’t be visible over the kamees.