Wearing a uniform is a badge of pride, creates an identity for a school and is an important part of being a school student. A school uniform teaches students to dress smartly and take pride in their appearance. Studies suggest that those schools with uniform policies improved in attendance, graduation and suspension rates.
At Spectrum we believe that wearing school uniform will foster a positive learning environment free of bias and inequality. In our pastoral care programme a significant accent is made on why students need to wear uniform and we encourage our students to be proud of it as it denotes a belonging to our school community.
Our school uniform is designed differently for Primary and Secondary school students so that the transition to the upper level corresponded to the appearance and responsibility of the students.
The school uniform set includes the following:
- Female primary students (Grades 1-5): a jacket, a skirt, a waistcoat, a blouse and a bow);
- Male primary students (Grades 1-5): a jacket, a waistcoat, a pair of trousers, a shirt and a tie);
- Female secondary students (Grades 6-12): a jacket, a waistcoat, a pair of trousers, a blouse and a bow);
- Male secondary students (Grades 6-12): a jacket, a waistcoat, a pair of trousers, a shirt and a tie).
Female primary uniform Male primary uniform
Female secondary uniform Male secondary uniform