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 MIS Uniform

MIS Uniform

We are judged by our appearance in the wider community and we therefore set high standards.

 All uniform should be clean, well maintained and worn with pride. All items should be clearly labelled, clean and changed frequently.

 

  

Girls

 

·         Plain white shirt or blouse with a collar, short or long sleeves but not sleeveless. Shirt or blouse should be tucked neatly into the waistband.

·         Plain navy blue skirt - below knee length. Plain navy blue tailored trousers may be worn. Trousers should be smart, loose fitting with no patch pockets, rivets or obvious stitching. Belt should be black with a plain buckle.

·         Plain navy blue v-necked jumper or cardigan (essential for the winter) NO Collars, round or square necks, Logos or zips.

·         Plain black shoes with a maximum 3cm heel and closed toes (no boots, training shoes, sandals or similar).

·         Plain white socks.  Navy blue or white tights (optional).

·         Head scarves will be either plain navy blue or white, with no patterning.

·         Girls with shoulder length hair or longer must have it tied back with a plain black, blue or white hair band.

·         Hair should be conservatively styled without artificial, vibrant or contrasting colour.

·         Make-up is not allowed. Year 11 girls, however, ARE allowed to wear discreet make- up (but not nail polish).

 

Boys

 

·         Plain white shirt with a collar, short or long sleeves but not sleeveless. Shirt should be tucked neatly into the waistband.

·         Plain navy blue knee length shorts or tailored ankle length trousers. Trousers should be smart, loose fitting with no patch pockets, rivets or obvious stitching. Belt should be black with a plain buckle.

·         Plain navy blue v-necked jumper or cardigan NO Collars, round or square necks, Logos or Zips.

·         Plain navy blue or black socks.

·         Black shoes (no training shoes, sandals or similar).

·         Hair should be kept short, clean and tidy and should not extend below the collar. It should be conservatively styled without wedges, lines, spikes, ridges or artificial contrasting colour.

Jewellery

·         A single wristwatch may be worn.

·         Additionally girls may wear a single pair of plain studs for pierced ears.

PE Kit

·         Plain white polo type shirt with a collar (not a t-shirt or singlet).

·         Plain navy blue shorts or plain navy blue tracksuit (logos or similar kept to a minimum).

·         Training shoes (or football boots and knee length socks for sports field activities). White ankle socks.

·         Navy blue or white baseball cap.

·         Water bottle clearly marked with the student’s name.

Swimming kit must include a one-piece costume, towel and hairbrush/comb, all in a waterproof bag.

For House events students should possess a plain T-Shirt of the correct colour that displays no logos, emblems or messages.

In the case of any required arbitration, the final decision of what is acceptable remains with the school. If appearance is deemed inappropriate by school management, parents will be contacted. If students contravene the required standard they may be required to return home.

 

Mesaieed International School - Dress Code for the Sixth Form

Sixth form students are not required to wear the same uniform as the rest of the school. There is, however, an expectation that sixth form students are dressed appropriately in a manner that represents themselves and the school favourably. Their appearance should set a positive example for younger students to aspire to.

It should be remembered that the school is a working environment and clothing should be conservative and reflect the serious, business-like nature of this. Students should be able to function safely in all aspects of school life.

Dress Code for Male Students.

Collared shirts. These should be formal in style with no more than the top button undone. These may be short or long sleeved. Subtle (not bold) colours are permissible, simple stripes or patterning that do not suggest casual attire. Shirts should be worn tucked in. Polo-style shirts are not allowed.

Black or dark coloured V-neck or round neck jumper or tank top may be worn. This should be plain with no patterns or logos.

Black or dark coloured trousers. They should be tailored in style, plain design with no patch pockets, rivets or obvious stitching. Belts should be plain black with a simple buckle.

Black or dark coloured socks.

Black formal shoes.

 

Dress Code for Female Students.

A tailored blouse, collar attached, with short or long sleeves.  Formal in style with no more than the top button undone. Subtle (not bold) colours are permissible as are simple stripes or patterning that do not suggest casual attire. Blouse should be loose fitting and of sufficient length to tuck into the skirt or trousers. Polo-style shirts are not allowed.

Black or dark coloured jumper or cardigan may be worn.

Black or dark coloured trousers. These should be tailored in style, plain design with no patch pockets, rivets or obvious stitching.

Black skirt. This may be worn as an alternative to trousers, it should be of plain design and extend to below the knee.

Belts, if required, should be plain with a simple buckle.

Black formal shoes with a sensible heel (3cm max). Tights or socks should be plain.

Head Scarf if worn can be any suitable colour that matches their outfit.

 

Make up and nail varnish is permissible but should be subtle and reserved as should any jewellery that is worn.

All clothing should not stand out or look out of place in an office environment.

Caps are only required for sporting activities and are not to be worn in the school building.

 

In winter months coats may be worn outdoors but should be of a simple design and maintain a professional appearance in line with the rest of sixth form dress.

Hair should be kept short for male students (not below the collar).

In all cases hair should be tidy and conservatively styled in a fitting manner for the work environment. This means no wedges, lines, spikes, ridges or artificial contrasting colours. Hair should be of a natural colour.

Not permissible.

  • Torn, untidy or dirty clothing.
  • Hooded tops or denim jeans (including jean style trousers)
  • Any clothing that is tight-fitting, revealing or immodest
  • Clothing that displays words or messages
  • Shorts, cut-offs or anything that could be considered beach or leisure wear
  • Sports shoes/trainers, boots, sandals, flip-flops or backless shoes
  • Earrings are NOT allowed for boys.

In the case of any required arbitration the final decision of what is acceptable rests with the school. If clothing is deemed inappropriate by school management parents will be contacted. If students contravene the required standard then they may be required to return home.

Non-uniform days

Occasionally students are allowed to wear non-uniform clothes to school. These days are usually fund-raising occasions when the students make a small donation for the privilege of not wearing uniform. This donation goes to one of the charities that the school supports. Students may wear the clothes of their choice, but they should be suitable for a working school day. Normal, modest dress and behaviour are expected. Make-up and jewellery are not allowed on non-uniform days. The following items of clothing are unacceptable on non-uniform days and students will be asked to change if they attend school in these clothes: - short dresses and skirts - shorts - tightly fitted clothing - “off shoulder” tops or tops with spaghetti straps - tops worn with tights or leggings (i.e. without  trousers) - flip flops. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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