Year 7 to Year 11

Kew House School's uniform provider is Perry Uniform. 

To register as a new customer and purchase your child's uniform and sports kit, please use the link below: 

Order Uniform Here

To see all the items included in our uniform, click here and view items under 'uniform' and 'sports kit'. 

Clothes Labelling

All items of school uniform, sports kit and other items must be clearly labelled, preferably with a sewn-on name tape or permanent marker, inside the collar or waistband so that items are easily identifiable if misplaced.

Second Hand Uniform

If you would like to make a donation, please contact Reception. Please ensure that the clothing is clean, ironed and in good repair. All items should be bagged up and we will provide you with timings for drop-offs. We will contact parents with details of second hand uniform sales.

For sports kit, as a minimum, we advise purchasing the following items:

  1. Shirts (all colours shown)
  2. Shorts (and in addition, skort for girls for netball)
  3. Striped socks and plain white socks

When in school, students will observe the following standards:

  • Skirts should be worn at knee length. Pupils will be asked to purchase a longer length skirt if theirs becomes too short.
  • Trousers are available as an alternative to the school skirt for girls.
  • Ties must cover the top button and neither worn too long or too short. The three logos on the tie must be clearly visible.
  • Shirts should be neatly tucked in, and fully buttoned up.
  • Blazers may be removed in class, but pupils must wear blazers when not in class. (Pupils will be advised of the summer dress code during periods of warmer weather when the wearing of blazers will be relaxed).
  • Short sleeve shirts are available and can be worn in the summer term.
  • Navy blue tights are the only colour permitted and tights must be worn from October half term until Easter.
  • Dark coloured socks are the only coloured socks to be worn for example sports socks are not acceptable.

School Shoes:

  • Shoes must be polished leather shoes.
  • Boys may wear gloss brown shows in a boat or brogue style (no suede or contrasting soles)
  • Girls may wear either gloss brown or blue leather shoe. Ballet style or light court shoes are not acceptable
  • Ballet style or light court shoes are not acceptable on safety grounds
  • Black shoes are not permitted.

Hair / Jewellery / Make-up

  • Hair should be clean, smart, tidy and kept clear of the face.
  • For reasons of safety and hygiene, long hair must be tied back in a dark coloured headband/hairband within corridors, the restaurant, science labs and the food classroom.
  • Distinctive haircuts or colours are not permitted. Any hair that is coloured, must only be dyed in natural tones.
  • Pupils may wear only one plain stud earring in the lobe of each ear.
  • If a pupil has multiple piercings, they must either remove any additional jewellery or wear a clear retainer.
  • Pupils may wear a necklace under their uniform. This must be removed for PE/Games.
  • Rings are not permitted in Years 7 and 8. All other year groups may wear a single ring.
  • Pupils may be asked to remove items of jewellery where safety is an issue. The school will not accept any responsibility for the loss or damage of these items.
  • Pupils in Years 7 and 8 may not wear make-up. All other year groups may wear a discreet amount of make-up and may be asked respectfully to remove it if it is deemed excessive.
  • Any type of false nails are not permitted and coloured nail varnish may not be worn.

Sports/Activities Dress Code

Pupils with Games in the afternoon may wear correct sports kit throughout the day.

For all sports and activities during the school day, pupils must wear official KHS sports kit. Where possible, pupils should arrive to sports fixtures in school uniform or KHS kit with a blazer worn over the kit.

A gum shield and personal protective wear, shin guards and cricket box must be provided for relevant games lessons and fixtures. It is the responsibility of each pupil to bring these to sessions, and failure to do so may preclude them participating in that activity on the grounds of safety.

Sixth Form Dress Code

Sixth Form students form part of the adult community at Kew House School and as such are expected to dress smartly.  

Our dress code for the Sixth Form recognises the senior position that the students have reached in the school and allows them to step away from wearing school uniform. Our Sixth Formers act as role models to the younger students. A student’s appearance is not only important in maintaining high standards but is also good preparation for the world of work where appropriate dress is frequently an expectation.

The school reserves the right to make the final judgement about the appropriateness of a student’s dress or appearance in relation to the standards we set for our community. Any student who is not suitably dressed will be sanctioned according to our policy.  

Students are expected to wear professional dress and take pride in their appearance. Clothes, hair, jewelry and make up should be appropriate for situations such as a formal office environment or for an interview.

Indicative items of acceptable and unacceptable uniform 


  • Smart suit or jacket with a shirt tucked in and tie, tied correctly.
  • The top button of the shirt should be done up.
  • Smart V-neck jumpers are acceptable in cold weather with a shirt and tie worn underneath.
  • Black, navy or dark brown shoes of a sensible style.
  • Jeans, trainers, hoodies or branded clothing are not acceptable. 


  • Options include:
    • Smart suit (skirt or trousers) or
    • Formal dress or
    • Skirt/trousers with a jacket
  • The above should be worn with a formal blouse or shirt
  • Shoulders and midriffs should be covered and vest tops or jumpers without a shirt are not acceptable
  • Skirts should be worn at a suitable length – closer to the knee than the hips
  • Jumpers may be worn over shirts and blouses in cold weather.
  • Black, navy or dark brown shoes of a sensible style. A low heel may be worn.
  • Ballet pumps, sandals, wedges and Ugg-style boots are not acceptable. 
  • Jeans, trainers, hoodies or branded clothing are not acceptable. 
  • Tights or socks must be worn. 

Our full Uniform Policy is available to view here