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The Alice Smith School has a tradition of high standards and expectations and wearing the school uniform properly and having a presentable appearance is a vital part of showing self-respect and respect for school.

Whether students are on campus or off, it is their responsibility to ensure that the school uniform is worn correctly and smart in appearance so this very visible statement reinforces their sense of pride and belonging to the Alice Smith School. We request that parents support their children in achieving this by ensuring their child has the correct uniform and it is kept in good condition.

There is a uniform shop on each campus which stocks all uniform items.

Uniform Lists 

Foundation and Key Stage 1 (Pre-School, Reception, Year 1, Year 2)

Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6)

Key Stage 3 and 4 (Years 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11) and Sixth Form Dress Code

General Guidelines for all students


Students should be encouraged to wear the correct uniform at all times and maintain a smart appearance.


Boys’ hair must be short and worn above the collar. Girls with long hair are expected to tie it back to keep it away from the face using a black, white, green or green and white band or scrunchy. Students are not allowed to have bleached or coloured hair. Shaved heads are not appropriate. A one-week amnesty operates after main school holidays for hair beading.


Girls may wear one pair of small studs or flat earrings. Boys may not wear earrings. No other form of jewellery, bands or friendship bracelets etc. - except a simple wristwatch - may be worn unless there is a religious reason for doing so. In this case, permission must be given to the wearer by the Assistant Principal-Pastoral.

Nail Varnish and Tattoos

Students may not wear nail varnish at school and tattoos (permanent or temporary) should not be seen.

Chewing Gum

Chewing gum is not allowed in school or on school buses.

Travelling to and from School

Students are expected to wear full school uniform. Students are not allowed to change out of uniform on the bus. Outside of school, students must wear all uniform or all own clothes; not a combination (unless this has been permitted by a trip coordinator).

Naming of belongings

Please clearly name all your child’s belongings e.g. John SMITH. We do have lost property boxes.

Leather School Shoes

All students from Reception to Year 11 are required to wear black or dark brown leather shoes however it is not always easy to purchase good quality leather shoes in Kuala Lumpur, so you may wish to bring suitable shoes with you if you are moving to Malaysia. Trainers or boots are not allowed, even where the trainers are black.

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