Girls & Boys Uniform
Blazer: Black with new Mayfield logo
Polo Shirt: Green with Mayfield logo
Sweatshirt: Black with Mayfield logo
Knitted V-Neck Jumper: Black with Mayfield logo
Trousers: Black (black jeans are not acceptable – neither are fashion trousers)
Shoes: Black sensible shoes only – no trainers/boots/canvas shoes
Skirt (optional for girls): Black (knee length or half-way down calf).  Elasticated skirts are not acceptable.
Tights: Plain black
Long-sleeved t-shirt: Black or white only (may be worn under the polo shirt, if desired)
Outdoor Coat: No hoodies/tracksuit tops/cardigans/casual outerwear
Outdoor Clothing: Scarves, hats and gloves must not be worn in the school building. Coats must be removed on entering the classroom.
P.E. Uniform
Plain Black Shorts – Boys & Girls
Plain White P.E. Polo Shirt – Boys & Girls
Black or White P.E. Socks – Boys & Girls
Plain Black Jogging Bottoms – Boys & Girls – optional
Shin Pads (for football & hockey)
Mouth Guards (for rugby, hockey & lacrosse)
Sports Trainers for use in the Sports Halls
Astroturf or moulded boots for use on the all-weather pitch
During the winter months, students are also allowed to wear the following items of clothing for outdoor P.E. lessons:
A black jumper or black under-top which they can wear underneath their white P.E. top – Hoodies are not allowed.
A plain black woollen hat and black gloves.
Helmets (for cricket) will be provided by the school.
Jewellery of any description CANNOT be worn in P.E. lessons. Teachers will not take responsibility for the safe-keeping of any such items.
Student Planner
The Student Planner is part of the school uniform and should be carried by students at all times. A lost or damaged Student Planner can be replaced at a cost of £5.00.
Fashion Statements
Extreme haircuts, hairstyles, eyebrow tramlines, etc. will not be permitted.
Make-up should be kept discreet at all times.
Ear/nose studs (one only in each) are acceptable – no other piercings on show. No hoops.
A chain or necklace may be worn under clothing but should not be visible.
One small ring.
One bangle/bracelet only.
Mobile Phones/Electronic Gadgets
Mobile phones are brought in to school at your own risk; the school will not take any responsibility for the theft or loss of such items. They are not to be used within the school buildings and during lessons; if they are, they may be confiscated and held in the school safe until collected by your parent/carer. This also applies to any other personal media device and accessories, including headphones. Any confiscated items will be disposed of, if not collected within a three-month period from the date of confiscation.
Lost Property
Lost property items can be found at Student Reception. All lost property items will be disposed of periodically, if not collected within a reasonable time, usually at the end of each half-term.
Uniform Supplier

Our uniform supplier is:

Premier Schoolwear

688-690 Becontree Avenue, Dagenham, Essex RM8 3HD

020 8592 0141

020 8984 0953

You may also order uniform online at or e-mail any enquiries to

The shop is open 6 days a week, Monday – Saturday from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Free parking for cars is available
Easy access from bus routes 150, 128, 5, 173, 175, 103

Black Blazer from £29.50
Black Jumper from £18.99 to £21.99
Jade Polo shirt from £9.50 to £12.50
Black Trousers (boys) from £10.50 to £14.99
Black Trousers (girls) from £10.50 to £17.99
Black Skirts from £5.25 to £11.50 (dependent on style)
Black Jogging Bottoms from £6.50 to £9.50
Black Shorts from £2.50 to £3.50
White Polo Shirt from £3.50 to £5.00
Socks from £2.50 to £3.50

All sizes are catered for.

Payment details: Payment can be made by cash and all major credit/debit cards. Please note that cheques are not accepted



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