Online Payments

How to Pay

The school uses an online payment method which makes it easier to pay for trips, visits and anything else requiring payment. You can access it at any time, track how much you have paid, see how much is outstanding and make payments directly to us using your debit or credit card.

The system is also linked to the Schools Cashless Catering System and in an effort to reduce queues at the food servers, we have made the decision to go ‘fully cashless’.

This means that staff and students will not be able to pay for any of their food or drinks with cash. They must either be registered to use the biometric system (thumb prints) or remember to bring in their swipe card enabling them to pay for their purchases using the cashless system.

Online payment - mouse and keyboards

What to do next?

There are two ways for you to put money into your child’s account:

  • You will need to register for a School Gateway account from You will then need to enter the email address and mobile number we have on record for you. When you have entered your email address and mobile number, select the Send PIN button, a PIN number will be sent to your mobile phone. You can then use this PIN number to log into the School Gateway and view or make payments. You can access this facility using a computer with internet access or on your smart phone.
  • You can simply give your child the money and they can use one of the two Reval Machines in school to load money onto their account. One is located by the Grab ‘n’ Go area and the other is located next to the ELM department at the top of the stairs.

If your child is going on a trip you will be able to allocate any money in your account to a specific activity if it has been set up on the system by the school. Once you have accessed the system, follow the onscreen instructions. However in the first instance deposits to reserve your child’s place on the trip still needs to be returned direct to the school using cash or cheque.

If you have any questions about online payment through, please contact us at the school.

Get the School GateWay App

Please follow the instructions to install the App on your smart phone. There is not currently an app for Windows or Blackberry smart phones.



Uniform Requirements

Students must wear uniform as specified in the requirements published in the Prospectus. The uniform requirements do not attempt to cover issues of fashion. In general, if the uniform policy does not specify that an item is allowed, it may not be worn.
We are proud of our Nobel School uniform, which is worn by all students in years 7 to 11. The following must be worn at all times. Class teachers may give permission for blazers to be removed when conditions are hot.

Student outside by oak tree
Nobel Uniform

Uniform Requirements

  • Dark blue blazer with school logo badge – worn sleeves down.
  • Dark blue tailored trousers or skirt – skirt knee length, pleated, not a “hugging” fit.
  • Plain light blue shirt, which must be tucked in. Shirt must take a tie; therefore, not a blouse.
  • School house tie
  • Plain navy “V” neck jumper.
  • School house tie.
  • Black shoes, not trainers or boots.

We expect students to wear black school shoes (usually leather); not trainers, boots, canvas or branded sport shoes. This is partly for reasons of appearance but also, importantly, for health and safety. High heeled shoes must not be worn.

School coats should be warm, wind and water-resistant. Hoodies do not constitute a school coat. They may give the community the wrong impression of our lovely students and must not be worn to/from school. All trousers must be conventional, ‘tailored’; not leggings/jeans.

Fashion hairstyles (steps, beading, coloured hair braids etc.) are inappropriate for school. Hair should be of a natural colour, (i.e. no pinks, reds, blues, purples etc.) and an appropriate length. Students with inappropriate hairstyles will be set work by the subject teacher and will work separately from the other students; usually in Reflection.

The permitted jewellery are plain studs (not hoops, stretchers or “dangly”) and a watch. There should be no facial, or other piercings of any description; students may be asked to remove all other jewellery. This is for safety as well as to avoid loss of precious items. Make-up must be in small amounts, discreet, and not clearly visible. False nails, acrylic nails, nail varnish or false eyelashes are not permitted to be worn.

The headteacher is authorised to decide upon the school uniform and has the final say, or decision, on uniform specific issues, e.g. extremes of hairstyle.

If students persist in not wearing correct uniform they may, as a last resort, be excluded from school.

Clothing and Equipment for Physical Education

  • Navy blue Nobel PE T-Shirt
  • Navy blue shorts
  • Navy blue/white Nobel rugby/football socks
  • Football/rugby boots (students will be told when these will be required)
  • Lace up trainers (not black pumps or high-top boots)
  • Gum shield – it is recommended that students purchase a gum shield for contact sports such as rugby to give them optimum protection.
  • Shin pads
  • Water Bottle
  • Navy and white rugby top
 Girls in PE kit
All PE kit must be clearly marked; it is the only way to ensure kit is not mislaid. It is advisable to have two of most items as students have two PE lessons a week. PE kit should be brought to all PE lessons, even with injury or illness. This could enable students to act as coaches and officiate and prevents school clothes becoming wet or dirty.

As with all other personal items, the school cannot accept responsibility for property which is lost, damaged or mislaid.

Labels and permanent marker do not usually do the job properly. Please also ensure these items are clearly labelled with the student’s name somewhere on the inside of the article. This will enable the retrieval of items from the lost property box. Full names are better than just initials.

Ordering Uniform

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