School Uniform

 All pupils are required to wear uniform and we appreciate the support of parents in maintaining this. Uniform helps with creating a positive school identity, reducing social barriers, creating self esteem and self respect. It helps pupils to feel a sense of belonging as well as identifying them as ambassadors for the school.

Boys Uniform

Blazer Royal blue blazer with school badge
Trousers Black
Shirt White school shirt
Tie School Tie
Pullover Long sleeved V neck sweater
Socks Grey socks
Coat Plain navy, blue or black outdoor coat
Shoes Black formal sensible leather shoes. Casual shoes of any kind are unacceptable. ‘Converse’ style shoes or boots are unacceptable whether in leather or canvas. Shoes with logos, symbols, flashes of colour or brand names are not acceptable.
Scarf A navy school scarf is available from the school office
Jewellery Boys are allowed to wear one ring. All other jewellery, earrings and facial piercings including tongue bars are not permitted in Ballyclare Secondary School.
Extreme hairstyles or extreme hair colouring will not be permitted. Hair must be natural in colour. Boys are expected to be clean shaven.

Girls Uniform

Blazer Royal blue blazer with school badge
Skirt Royal blue, knee length, 4 gore skirt – Year 8, 9 and 10 Royal blue, knee length, straight skirt with kick pleats – Year 11, 12, 13 and 14
Blouse White school blouse
Tie School Tie
Pullover Long sleeved V neck sweater
Socks Grey knee length socks. Plain grey tights may be worn in cold weather
Coat Plain navy, blue or black outdoor coat
Shoes Black formal sensible leather shoes no high heels, no platforms or ballet pump or plimsoll style shoes. Casual shoes of any kind are unacceptable. ‘Converse’ style shoes or boots are unacceptable whether in leather or canvas. Shoes with logos, symbols, flashes of colour or brand names are not acceptable.
Scarf A navy school scarf is available from the school office
Jewellery Girls are allowed to wear one ring and one stud in each earlobe. All other jewellery, earrings and facial piercings including tongue bars are not permitted in Ballyclare Secondary School.
Excessive makeup is not to be worn in school. Only clear nail varnish is permitted, no other colour. All nail varnish may be requested to be removed where safety hygiene is an issue in specific subjects.
Extreme hairstyles or extreme hair colouring will not be permitted. Hair must be natural in colour.

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Why We Care About Uniform

In Ballyclare Secondary School we believe that wearing the correct uniform is an essential part of creating a successful learning environment.  Please take the time to browse through this short PowerPoint Presentation. powerpoint icon

uniform poster