School Uniform

We are keen to help students develop a sense of pride in their own appearance as a preparation for future careers. We also believe the uniform gives a sense of belonging and identity. It gives students the opportunity to demonstrate loyalty and cooperation with the school as a community.

Uniform Suppliers

School uniform and sports kits are available from two outfitters:

Fergusons, Wellington Street, Millom

Identity, Cavendish Street, Barrow

Millom School Uniform Is:

  • Plain black trousers or knee-length skirt. Trousers should not be leggings. A general rule of thumb is that trousers should not be tight around a student’s calf and ankle.
  • Millom School polo shirt with school crest.
  • Millom School sweatshirt (round/crew necked) with school crest (no other jersey or sweatshirt is allowed to be worn in school). This item is compulsory for Autumn and Spring terms. In the Summer term students do not need to wear their school jumper around school, however, if the weather is cool they must wear their school jumper over their polo shirt not a hooded top or jacket. These should only be worn over the school jumper.
  • Plain black, white, or bottle green socks or tights.
  • It is recommended that all items of uniform are marked with the students name.


  • Durable, smart black shoes or boots suitable for school. Please see examples on the school website. Trousers should be worn over boots.
  • Please note that no training shoes, casual leisure shoes or skate shoes are allowed.

Millom School PE Kit Is:

For all students:

  • Black shorts*.
  • Green indoor sports top (short sleeves)*. This is compulsory for Year 7-10 students.
  • Optional items for other year groups.
  • Green outdoor sports to (long sleeves)*. This item replaces the rugby shirt which is now obsolete and is a compulsory item for Year 7-10 students.
  • Optional items for other year groups.
  • Green football socks.
  • Football boots.
  • Trainers or gym shoes.
  • Towel
  • Shin pads

Optional items:

  • Black tracksuit*
* denotes items with school crest

Uniform Reminders 

  • Jackets/coats/hooded tops/hats/caps/scarves are not allowed within the building. We expect students to remove these items on arrival into school. If a student is found to be wearing their coat/jacket/hooded tops/hats/caps/scarves repeatedly it will be confiscated and placed at Reception. Items will be returned to the student at 3pm.
  • Jewellery for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 students in school is restricted to one pair of studs for pierced ears (only one in each ear lobe), one plain ring, a watch and one bracelet (this includes charity bands). No other facial or body-piercing of any kind is allowed in school for any student, including the 6th form, even if recently pierced.
  • For health and safety reasons, students are not allowed to wear any jewellery that may get caught and cause injury during the busy school day. As a school we feel also that excessive jewellery is not appropriate to the smart appearance we are promoting. Any jewellery confiscated for the first time will be returned at 3pm the following day on production of a note from home. Further infringements will lead to lengthy times of confiscation and sanctions
  • Hair colour, style and make-up must be appropriate for school. Hair must be natural in appearance therefore dyed or coloured hair such as red, blue, bleached or peroxide blonde etc. is unacceptable. Hair should not be shaved lower than a grade 3.
  • Coloured nail varnish is not allowed. If a student arrives to school with coloured varnish they will be asked to remove it for the next day.
  • Trainers are only to be used for PE lessons and are not suitable or smart enough for regular uniform. At lunch time or break time students playing sport may wear trainers, however, students must change back into school shoes before entering the school buildings.
  • If students come to school wearing trainers, parents will be contacted to bring the student a change of shoes. If this cannot happen then the student will spend the school day with their tutor. Students who wear their trainers and yet have their school shoes with them will have their trainers confiscated. If the shoes are broken and therefore not available we would appreciate being kept informed. A note from home is essential, and we would expect the situation to be resolved as soon as possible.
  • Students who arrive in school and do not adhere to the school regulations on uniform (e.g they are wearing trainers or unsuitable trousers) and the issue cannot be addressed before the school day begins, will be isolated for the day with their tutor.
  • Sixth Form students are not required to wear a uniform, but are expected to dress in an appropriate manner. Clothing should be smart/casual. Expectations as regards to hair and piercings are the same as those for Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4