We expect high standards of dress from students at Endeavour High School, reflecting the pride they have in their school. We have deliberately chosen a uniform which is recognisable, and which reflects this pride  All students must present themselves for school in full uniform, and with the correct sports kit and equipment.  Any student who does not comply with the school's uniform code will be given a detention. Repeated wearing of the wrong clothing or shoes will result in the child either being given a detention or being sent home to collect missing items of uniform.

All items of clothing must be marked with the owner's name so that missing articles can be traced.


Please note that items marked with an asterisk (*) can only be purchased through the school.

  • Plain black trousers (not cords, jeans or track suit bottoms)
  • Girls may wear plain black skirts.  These should not be the extremes of fashion -
    neither too long, too short or ankle length
  • Plain white (non polo) shirt, with collar.  Either long or short sleeved
  • School tie - must be worn correctly and fastened to waist length
  • V-Neck school jumper (optional) *
  • School Blazer *
  • Plain black ankle socks. Girls may wear black or flesh coloured tights
  • Shoes:  black, flat shoes only. Trainers, boots, sling backs, heels or platforms are
    not allowed


Correct kit is compulsory, and must be worn at all times.  Valuables must be given to the PE staff for safekeeping.  Approved jewellery must be removed for PE/Games.  PE staff cannot accept responsibility for jewellery, valuables or money handed in for safekeeping, although everything possible will be done to safeguard property.


  • School reversible outdoor games shirt *
  • Plain black shorts
  • School football socks - plain black
  • Plain black tracksuit bottoms are acceptable in cold weather, at the discretion of the PE staff
  • Rugby or football boots, as required


  • School polo shirt *
  • Black socks
  • Plain black shorts
  • Clean training shoes with non-marking soles


To avoid risk of loss or damage, and in the interests of Health and Safety, students should not wear jewellery to school.

The only items of jewellery allowed are one plain stud or small, plain sleeper in the base of each ear and a wristwatch.

Other forms of body piercing present real problems of safety, particularly in PE.

Frequent removal increases the risk of infection.

For these reasons, body piercing, apart from ears, is not allowed at Endeavour High School.

Please note that the school cannot take responsibility for any items of jewellery which are lost or mislaid.