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Here you can see both our uniform, and our summer uniform.


School Uniform Policy

St Saviour’s & St Olave’s School is committed to the inclusion of students from all backgrounds. The Governors consider that having a uniform which does not distinguish between students’ backgrounds is an effective way of achieving this.

Our uniform reflects our heritage and traditions which date back to 1562. We hope students will wear it with pride, understanding that they are visible ambassadors for SSSO, inside the school and in the wider community.

We believe our uniform supports positive behaviour as well as effective teaching and learning. It encourages a strong sense of cohesion and equality within the school and protects students from social pressures to dress in a particular way. Our uniform is practical, affordable and worn without embellishments.

School Uniform Checklist

Blazer Navy blue school blazer with embroidered school badge.

Shirts Tootal red and white pin-stripe.

Skirt Navy blue box-pleat or kilt.

Knitwear School v-neck jumper, or cardigan with red and white insert.

Sweatshirts are not allowed.

Socks Plain navy or black.

Tights Plain navy, black or sheer skin tone.

Shoes Plain black, not canvas. Trainers may only be worn for P.E.

Coat Navy school coat or plain black or navy coat may be worn over school blazer.

Scarf School scarf, plain black or navy scarf may be worn.

Hat Plain black or navy woolly/fleece hat may be worn.

No other head coverings are allowed.

Bag School Rucksack or Messenger Bag

P.E. Uniform

Shirt Red Aertex polo shirt

Shorts Navy blue shorts

Track suit School tracksuit is optional

Shoes White or black gym shoes or trainers. Only to be worn for P.E.

Socks Plain navy, black or white

Bag PE Bag (drawstring bag or small sports but not a rucksack).


A small pair of earring studs to be worn one in each ear lobe and a small watch are allowed. No other jewellery, piercings or smart watches are acceptable.


No make-up is allowed. This includes nail varnish, false nails or eyelashes and unnatural hair colouring.

Sixth Form

In years 12 and 13 the dress code is smart casual. Students may wear clothing appropriate for a school environment whilst reflecting their personality and life choices.