Our International School Uniform Policy

General Rule

  • Students at our international EIB schools are required to wear a uniform when they are at school, in the vicinity of the school, or on school outings.
  • Uniform rules apply to ALL students regardless of age.
  • In accordance with the French Government's guidelines , the display of symbols or clothing that overtly indicate a religious affiliation is not allowed.
  • All clothing must be in good condition, must fit properly, and must not reveal any undergarments.
  • Ladies’ earrings are the only visible piercings allowed.

Students must buy school uniforms from our official website.

Aims and Objectives

Our school uniform policy is based on the notion that a school uniform:

  1. fosters a sense of pride in the school
  2. cultivates a feeling of community and belonging among students
  3. is practical, easy to manage/prepare for the day, and smart
  4. identifies students as members of the school
  5. prevents students from coming to our international school in clothes that could prove distracting in class
  6. makes students feel equal to their peers in terms of appearance is regarded as suitable wear for school is designed with health and safety in mind.

The role of parents

The school asks all parents who send their children to our international schools in Paris and La Celle Saint Cloud to support the school uniform policy. The international school EIB believes that parents have a duty to send their children to school neatly dressed and ready for the school day. Parents and guardians are responsible for ensuring that their child(ren) comply with this policy. There will be no exceptions.

The role of teachers and staff

Teachers and staff assist in enforcing the international school EIB Uniform Policy. Staff and teachers reserve the right to deny entry to students who do not comply with the uniform policy.

Acquiring school uniforms

The school and sports uniforms must be purchased from the international school EIB supplier by the parent(s) or guardian(s) before the start of the school year and can be purchased during the year.