School Uniform

We regard Trinity High School as a vibrant community and we actively encourage the wearing of school uniform to strengthen this community spirit.  Our uniform is both smart and distinctive and we appreciate the strong commitment shown by many parents and pupils to the wearing of uniform.

We believe the wearing of the school uniform is advisable for the following reasons:

  1. If all pupils are wearing uniform, then we can identify intruders immediately
  2. It protects pupils from the effects of ‘competitive dressing’
  3. Wearing of uniform indicates a pride in the school and helps pupils take a pride in their appearance.
Acceptable Wear

  • White shirt or blouse
  • School tie*
  • Black pullover or cardigan
  • Optional school sweatshirt*
  • Black trousers or appropriate length skirt
  • Plain black shoes
  • Black school blazer
Unacceptable Wear

  • Leggings
  • Jeans
  • Sportswear
  • Hoodies of any description
  • Branded clothing
  • ‘Fashion’ clothing
  • Leather clothing
  • Football colours


School ties and sweatshirts are available from the school.

Your child should wear school uniform at all times.  We would appreciate your support in this very important matter.

The Council provides support to parents in receipt of Income Support, Job Seekers Allowance and those in receipt of certain other benefits. Application forms for clothing grants are available from the South Lanarkshire website. (click here for more information).  Education Resources, Almada Street, Hamilton, Telephone 01698 454545 or the Q and A Offices, Audit and Development  01698 453504/453505/4532/13.

Alternatively contact the school.

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