Trainers? Hah, we'd have been CRUCIFIED for trainers. We weren't even allowed bags with logos on them; if you arrived with one, you were escorted to the office and had your books put into a carrier bag for you for the day. Mobile phones were a no no too. No jewelery or piercings, anywhere. Oh, and our haircuts were all the same. It couldn't be too long, or too short, or anything remotely outlandish.
We had several PE kits.
-White t-shirt with school crest, white matte shorts. These shorts were horrid, and were named 'the hotpants', because they were...horrid. I wore them once, and decided for the sake of decency never to wear them again.
This was for outdoor hockey and rounders.
- Same t-shirt (or slightly different), white shiny shorts. This was for the cross country.
- One red, one blue, rugby top, with matching socks, black football boots and white shorts. These were for football and rugby, you had to bring both, and change depending on which team you were on. They chose the most disgusting shades again.
-Black Speedos. They had to be black, and they had to be Speedos. They were never good for anyones self esteem.
I do miss the madness of my secondary school. Y'know, what's sad? Our sixth form had a strict uniform too.