The school has a compulsory dress code.

All students need a white school polo shirt and a navy sweatshirt with the school logo. They should also wear either plain black full length tailored trousers or plain black knee length skirt.

  • Other coloured tops, cardigans, hoodies, designer garments etc must not be worn instead of the school sweatshirt. Neither should tops be rolled up to reveal the midriff. The only additional top should be a coat or similar warm outdoor garment – which must be removed once inside the school building.
  • Fashion accessories such as coloured or studded belts, hats, wristbands, fancy hair bands/bobbles etc must not be worn for school.
  • Shoes should be plain black and sensible. Flip – flops, mules, boots and high heels are unsuitable.
  • Jewellery is banned in accordance with Health & Safety rules, with the exception of a watch, one neat ring and one pair of small ear studs (one in each ear). Any other form of body piercing is strictly forbidden.
  • Hair should be of a natural colour and style which does not draw attention, and of a natural colour pattern. Shaved patterns are not acceptable.

Students who do not conform to this dress code will be sent home to modify their appearance and return accordingly.


All items listed are compulsory for boys and girls.

  • Long Eaton School Rugby Shirt
  • Navy Euro longer shorts with tie cord waist
  • White round neck tee-shirt
  • White ankle socks (optional)
  • Navy Football/Hockey socks
  • Gum shield is highly recommended


The official school uniform suppliers are Tesco (online), Morley's School Outfitters, and Uniformality.

Morleys, 116 – 118 Bramcote Avenue, Chilwell, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 4DR Tel: 0115 9258046

Uniformality, 21 – 23 Nottingham Road, Borrowash, Derby, DE72 3JU Tel: 01332 677498


Every item must be clearly labelled with the owner's name.


16+ Dress Code:

16+ students are not expected to wear uniform, but are expected to dress appropriately: attire should not be revealing and logos on tee-shirts should not cause offence. We look to 16+ students to set an example for younger students.