At Cowes Enterprise College we believe in establishing a culture of behaviour that supports learning.
This is reflected in our expectations of personal appearance and attitudes to learning and in terms of the standards and aspirations we have for our students.
We believe that a smart appearance helps develop a sense of pride which reflects in a more positive approach to work and behaviour.
It is students' responsibility to wear their uniform correctly to show respect for the Academy, including on the way to and from school
College Blazer (worn around the academy at all times, may be removed in lessons with the teacher’s permission)
A plain black ‘V’ neck pullover may also be worn
Smart black trousers (must be loose-fitting and about the same width from knee to ankle)
An Academy kilt or smart black shorts
White collared shirt, tucked in with Academy tie
A white revered collared blouse, tucked in, without tie
Plain black or white knee or ankle socks or tights or plain tan tights (trainer socks are not allowed)
Plain black school shoes or trainers (heels, open toes, sling-backs etc. are not acceptable)
Jewellery must not be worn. No Facial Piercings.
One simple stud or sleeper may be worn in the lobe of each ear. A wristwatch may be worn
Make-up must not be visible; non-natural hair colour is not allowed.
Nail Varnish must only be clear in colour and no false nails of any description is permitted.
Black & Red Polo Shirt (with CEC badge)
Black & Red Long Sleeved Shirt
Black Shorts (with CEC badge)
Red/Black or Red or Black football socks
Trainers (separated from school shoes)
Football or Rugby boots (please see Football Boot Guidance)
Earing tape (if they cant be removed)
Black Jumper or CEC rugby top or tracksuit top
Black & Red or Black Track Bottoms. Leggings can only be worn under shorts or a skort and must be black
Gum shield (if wishing to take part in contact rugby games)
Our nominated uniform stockists 'Simmonds' have a shop in the College Reception. For their opening hours and contact details, please click here