Every student at Victoria College wears full uniform. In Years
7-10 the uniform is distinctive with its gold braided blazer. In
Year 11 and the Sixth Form, boys are expected to present a business
image in line with our standing in the community and plain dark
grey or black suits are the norm.
Co-operation and firm guidance from parents is essential to ensure
that students attend College correctly dressed. Jewellery must not
be worn with the exception of a watch. Boys are encouraged to take
a pride in their appearance and extreme hairstyles are forbidden.
In order to maintain the highest standards of appearance, any
problems concerning uniform should be raised promptly with
the Head Master, or a boy's Director of Study.
There will be occasions when clothing and equipment of a more
specialised kind are required, eg. Physical Education or
Technology. For lessons in the science specialisms, boys must have
a white laboratory coat. All items of College wear are available
from our uniform stockist, 'Redvers' of St.Helier.
Parents are urged to place their child's name clearly inside ALL
items of clothing. Lost property which cannot be returned due to a
lack of identity labels is a major problem. A clear indication of a
student's name in each article ensures a prompt return.
Uniform and Appearance
You are an ambassador for the College and are expected to dress
behave in a way that reflects the standards we seek to achieve.
uniform should be smart with all items clearly labelled. If you are
to wear your uniform for any reason the College must be notified
writing by your parents. Hair must be kept neat and tidy, cover the
but not the ears, eyes or collar. Jewellery, other than a watch or
bracelet, is not permitted.
The uniform consists of:
College Blazer (R)
Dark Grey or Black Trousers (R)
College Tie with House Stripe (R)
Plain White Short Sleeved Shirt (R)
Plain Black V-Necked Pullover, (optional) (R)
College Scarf, (optional) (R)
Black Polished Shoes, (boots and trainers are not
Plain Dark Grey or Black Socks
A Plain Dark Blue or Black overcoat, (no stripes or
The College outfitter is Redvers, Bath Street, St Helier, they
are authorised to supply items marked (R).
Students in Year 11 and above may wear a plain dark grey or black
Colours and Prefect ties, awarded by Houses and the College,
standard College tie.
Suitable brightly coloured protective clothing may be worn over
uniform when travelling by motorcycle or bicycle.