Marshfields School uniform is stocked locally by:

Total Clothing
No 9 Botolph Trading Estate
Oundle Road


Our uniform policy is agreed with parents, governors and the Student Council. As a School, we believe that uniform promotes a sense of pride and belonging.

All students are to wear uniform throughout the day from when they leave home to when they return. Students will also normally be expected to wear their uniform on any day trips unless indicated otherwise by the Headteacher.

Uniform is not a fashion item. It is designed to be both formal and comfortable. If there are any concerns about this please contact the School.

The overall impression given by the School uniform should be that of a well-groomed individual who takes pride in their appearance.

In the case of extreme weather, the Headteacher has the discretion to relax the uniform policy. This will be communicated to students as they arrive at the School. Students should assume that, unless directed otherwise, they should wear their usual uniform each day.


Hair: Hair should be well-groomed and hairstyles should be conventional and of a natural colour. A cut shorter than a grade 3 is unlikely to be acceptable.

Hats: Hats are allowed only in extreme weather conditions – teachers will give permission to students to wear them.

Jewellery: Jewellery should be discreet and safe, no large earrings – just one stud pair. No spacers, bar or dangling earrings. A single ring and bracelet is permissible.

Makeup: Makeup should be very subtle – no coloured nail varnish or acrylic nails.

Piercing: A nose stud is permitted if it is discreet. No other visible piercings are permitted. They will have to be removed.


  • Branded V-neck jumper
  • School tie to be worn with top button fastened to the neck
  • White shirt (long sleeve or short sleeve)
  • Black trousers or skirt
  • Tights or socks
  • Black shoes


  • Branded blazer
  • School tie to be worn with top button fastened to the neck
  • White shirt (long sleeve or short sleeve)
  • Black trousers or skirt
  • Tights or socks
  • Black shoes


  • Business dress. Clothes worn should be appropriate for attending a job interview
  • Black shoes


Black trousers: A formal style either with shaped leg, boot-cut or standard fit. Tight-fitting trousers are not permissible. Trousers should be worn fastened at the waist. Jean material is not allowed.

Belts: Formal, black and plain.

Skirt: Black skirt, stitched down knife pleat; length must be closer to the ankle than the knee.

Shirt: Shirts must be worn tucked into trousers or skirt and have a top button that allows the tie to be worn correctly.

Shoes: Should be smart black (natural or synthetic leather) and worn at all times. No other materials are allowed. Students are not permitted to wear trainers, boots or open-toe footwear unless agreed directly with the Headteacher. Shoes should be of a sensible design and height covering the entire foot.
At lunchtime, students may wear trainers when taking part in sport.

Socks: Black and plain, ankle-length or longer. Plain black or natural tights are also acceptable for students wearing a skirt.


If a student is not conforming to the uniform policy:

  • he/she will be required to remove the offending item if possible;
  • he/she will be given a verbal warning and a date to correct it by;
  • a letter and/or phone call home will be made;
  • he/she will be required to work in isolation or sent home to address the issue.

Please note these are not sequential; any may be applied depending on the circumstances.