St Augustine's Catholic College

School Uniform

The Friends of St Augustine’s (FoStA) regularly have second hand uniform for sale. Please contact

New uniform can be purchase from Scholars of Trowbridge, Devizes and Warminster online or in person.

Lower School Uniform (Year 7 to Year 11)

Students must wear full and correct college uniform at all times in college, and also when travelling to and from college.

The uniform has been agreed in an effort to produce a distinctive and smart appearance, which is also serviceable and readily available. Cooperation and firm guidance from parents is sought to ensure that students attend the College correctly dressed.

It is a good idea for students to change clothes as soon as they get home to keep uniform smart and presentable.

Make-up is not to be worn. For Health and Safety reasons rings must not be worn in the College. Jewellery, other than a watch, is not allowed and items such as friendship bracelets/bands etc must not be worn. Smart watches are not allowed. One pair of studs may be worn in the ears, size no larger than 11mm (shirt-button size); no other piercings are permitted.

Extremes in hair styles such as wedges, undercuts, shaved back, gel and dyed hair (including “wash in/wash out dyes”) are not permitted. Hair should be no shorter than a grade 2. Long hair should be tied back off the face.

In order to maintain the highest standards in appearance, any problems concerning uniform should be raised promptly with your Head of Year.

All items of college wear (including sports-wear) are available from Scholars of Trowbridge, Devizes and Warminster. It is advisable that orders are placed as early as possible.

Lower School Uniform July 2022

Equipment List October 2022

House Colours (Ties)

  • C Catherine Light Blue
  • I Irma Dolce Orange
  • J Josephine Red
  • M Maximillian Green
  • O Oscar Romero Navy Blue
  • P Peter Purple

PE Clothing

  • Games shirt – maroon with logo
  • Games shorts – black/plain
  • Sports trainers (non-marking soles)
  • Rugby jersey – maroon with logo
  • Games socks – maroon with amber band
  • White ankle socks
  • Football boots and shin pads
  • Towel
  • Games jacket – black/with logo (optional)
  • Black tracksuit bottoms – plain (optional)
  • Sports hoodie – maroon with logo (optional)

Protective Equipment

Students playing competitive football must be wearing shin pads (FA ruling). The governing bodies for both rugby and hockey strongly recommend the wearing of a well-fitting mouth guard in competitive situations. We ask parents and carers to encourage this.

In cricket, helmets (and boxes for boys) are mandatory for students under sixteen years of age when batting or fielding close to the wicket against a hard cricket ball. The College can provide helmets in these situations.

To protect against exposure to the sun, sun cream and sun hats are encouraged in sunny weather.

All sportswear, including socks and trainers, must be labelled

In case of bad weather, additional clothing may be worn, although this is at the discretion of the Physical Education staff.

Outdoor Clothing

Raincoats, overcoats or duffel coats should be of a suitable style. ‘Fashion’ coats and short, coloured fashion jackets are unsuitable. Denim, leather jackets, hoodies and tracksuit tops are forbidden, as are football scarves.


Shoes should be sensible, black and low heeled. Suede shoes, ballet-style shoes, high-heeled or platform shoes are not allowed. Coloured laces/trimmings are also unacceptable. Training shoes should not be worn unless students are participating in physical education lessons or there is a medical reason.