The school uniform identifies the boys and girls as students of St. Patrick’s Grammar School. While wearing it, students represent the school, its values and its traditions.
Proper attire and good grooming, as well as neatness and cleanliness, is expected of the students at all times. The school reserves the right to set the standards in relation to uniform and appearance. Students are encouraged to wear their uniform with dignity and pride and parental cooperation is always greatly appreciated.
The school uniform may be purchased from suppliers in Downpatrick, Newcastle and Ballynahinch. It consists of black shoes, black trousers, white shirt, school tie, grey v-neck jumper with maroon and gold insert and black shoes. Girls wear a white blouse and a charcoal grey A-line, knee-length skirt, black tights or grey knee socks and low heeled or flat black shoes. The wearing of a school scarf is optional. A waterproof and fleece lined school jacket, which was selected by the student body is available to order in the school.
All junior students wear the same PE kit, which consists of an O’Neills jersey, shorts and socks in the school colours. Orders for this kit are taken when students visit the school in June to meet with a senior member of staff as part of their induction.