All uniform should be named



Compulsory. Navy, with Wyvern crest only available from Skoolkit

Jumpers (optional)

Navy blue with logo to be worn under the blazer, only available from Skoolkit

Polo shirts

Pale blue – with a crest only available from Skoolkit


Plain black and knee length, no stretchy fabrics or lycra.  Skirts must have a zip, and/or buttons to fasten them.


Girls – Plain black full length, below the ankle tailored regular fit trousers.  Fashion or tight fitting trousers and leggings/legging-type trousers are NOT permitted

Boys – Plain black full length, below the ankle tailored regular fit trousers.  Fashion or tight fitting trousers are NOT acceptable

No denim trousers


Bag should be fit for purpose and be able to comfortably fit an A4 exercise book and other equipment students need on a daily basis


Plain black functional belts


Sensible warm coats.  Excessive logos are not allowed, nor are coats made from denim, leather, simulated leather, fur or simulated fur.


Modest in style and colour.  No two tone hair for girls or boys.  No two tone extensions. No grade 1 or 2 cuts for boys or girls.  If you are unsure please check with your child’s tutor prior to your visit to the barber/hairdresser.


No hoodies to be worn under or over the blazer. Any hooded top (whether it is with a zip/fastener front or pullover style), is not permitted. Nylon, jersey/sweatshirt material or knitted hooded tops are also not permitted.


1 x plain ring

1 x watch

1 x plain stud in each ear lobe (lower part of lobe)

Nose studs, tongue piercings, retainers or body piercings are not allowed

Jewellery in PE

The taping of earrings for PE lessons is unacceptable practice and all jewellery should be removed.  PE do not accept any responsibility of the collection of valuables and jewellery.  All items should remain in student bags and blazers and left in the changing rooms which remain locked for the duration of the lesson.

Make Up

Not permitted in year 7.

Nail Varnish

Coloured nail varnish or false nails of any kind are not permitted.

Protective clothing

Students are required to wear protective clothing in Design and Technology workshops.  Any clean, serviceable apron is acceptable.  The Finance Office holds a small stock of aprons at a reasonable cost.


Plain black sensible shoes. 

No trainers, boots, backless shoes, sandals, platforms, canvas or ‘plimsoll’ type shoes, ‘trainer’ type shoes or ‘creepers’.  Shoes must not have sports logos or labels on them, such as ‘Vans’, ‘Nike’, ‘Converse’ or similar brands.


Plain dark socks.

No knee length socks.


Supply of second hand uniform

We are able to supply a wide range of second hand uniform free of charge to parents/guardians if required.  This stock is kindly donated by parents and is of an excellent quality.  Please ask at Reception, or email  for further details or to arrange an appointment to view our stock.

Confiscation of items

If your child wears excessive jewellery or brings valuables (such as Ipads) into college the items will be confiscated.  Confiscated items will not be returned until the end of the half term in which they were confiscated. Please encourage your child not to wear excessive jewellery or bring valuables into college.


Uniform – College PE and games kit for lower school

(All uniform should be named)


Compulsory for Boys and Girls


·         White PE Polo shirts with Wyvern crest.

·         Reversible rugby shirt (navy with red outside band).

·         Plain navy blue shorts and navy blue games socks should be worn.  These items can be obtained from Skoolkit.

·         Tracksuits and fleeces. Students can wear only Wyvern tracksuits and fleeces throughout the year, both are available from Skoolkit. Plain, navy tracksuit bottoms are also acceptable but should carry no branding or logo.

·         Socks worn to school are not acceptable in a PE lesson and students should either change into navy blue games socks or white sports socks.

·         Studded boots, suitable for wet and slippery conditions, should be worn for games activities on the college fields. Compulsory for boys at KS3 and desirable for girls who are taught football.

·         Training shoes should be used in the Gymnasium and Sports Hall. Training shoes should be flat soled and non-marking. Training shoes must offer some support and protection and be ‘fitness style’.  Canvass plimsolls are not acceptable. Only training shoes or rubber studded boots are suitable for use on the MUGA.  No plastic or metal studs are allowed and no ‘blades’. 

·         Long hair should be tied back; students should supply their own elastics to tie hair back.

·         Jewellery should be removed at the beginning of lessons.  PE Staff do not accept any responsibility for the collection of valuables and jewellery.  All items should remain in student bags and blazers and left in the changing rooms which remain locked for the duration of the lesson.

·         Labelling – Students should ensure that PE and games kits are labelled with their names

·         Piercings must all be removed. The covering of piercings with tape remains unsafe practice. It is recommended that all piercings take place in the summer holidays to permit adequate healing times.  Students unable to remove piercings will not be permitted to take part in PE.



It is the responsibility of every student/parent to ensure that PE kit is brought into every lesson otherwise detentions will be issued.  Kit left in a locker is not a valid excuse and will result in a PE sanction.


A note in the log ook, or if confidential, a letter from parents will be required to excuse students from active participation in the lessons.

For prolonged injury or illness, i.e., after 2 weeks, a note from the doctor/physiotherapist or a medical certificate must be produced.


Excuse notes must be presented at the start of PE lessons.  Post-dated excuse notes will not be accepted.


Non participants should still change into PE kit as they will be asked to assist in lessons as a coach, official organiser or choreographer.


Showering and personal hygiene

Showers are available for student use, although showering is not compulsory.


Students are encouraged to use deodorants or anti-perspirants in stick, roll-on or gel form.  Aerosols of any description are not permitted.


Students are actively encouraged to bring mouth protectors and leg protectors for hockey, rugby and football although this is not compulsory.  Students should take them to every PE lesson their asthma inhalers (if needed) and any other medication as necessary.  If students are unsure, please consult the Welfare Officer.



Persistent failure to adhere to our uniform policy will result in your child being placed in isolation


Contact Wyvern

Wyvern College
Botley Road
Fair Oak
SO50 7AN


Tel: 023 80692679

Fax: 023 80603215



Reception Opening Hours: 8:15am to 4:00pm


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