17 July 2020
Uniform for next year – September 2020
We are writing to make sure you are all aware of our uniform expectations for September. With the six weeks off this is an ideal opportunity to make sure all learners own correct uniform and are ready to get into lessons learning after having so much time out of school.
To ensure we have the best relationship with learners we expect learners to be ready for lessons in the correct uniform so that our efforts can be focussed on teaching and learning and building positive relations with learners rather than persistent questioning about incorrect uniform.
The biggest change next year is that when learners have PE they must wear the HHS Logo tracksuit bottoms and the HHS Logo training top. It is optional for them to wear the HHS Logo tracksuit top and shorts. They will be wearing this all day as learners are not allowed into a confined changing room to change between uniform and PE kit. If learners are not in the HHS PE kit, as explained, they will be sent home to change into school uniform.
The full uniform details is listed below:
Compulsory School uniform
Navy blazer with school logo* – always to be worn and not put in bags
White shirt with school tie
White branded polo shirt Summer Term Only
V-neck navy jumper embroidered with school logo does not replace the need to wear a blazer
Plain smart grey/black trousers. Jeans, cargo pants, leggings or tight school trousers are not acceptable. Trousers must be loose fitting
Grey/black skirt. Skirts should be loose fitting, and the length between knee and ankle
Plain black, navy or flesh coloured tights only
Plain black or blue socks (or white ankle socks). Over the knee socks are not acceptable
Plain black shoes of an appropriate design for school. Boots are acceptable during poor weather in the winter. Shoes must be smart and made of a fabric such as leather or PVC that can be polished. Canvas shoes such as Vans shoes are not permitted nor are boots, coloured laces, trainers (including black trainers eg Nike Airforce)
Blue or black plain head bands only, no decorative or coloured items allowed
Head scarves – plain navy blue, black or white
All hair clips, bands etc should be plain and in navy blue, black or white
P.E. and Games kit compulsory for every day when learners have a PE lesson
PE t-shirt with embroidered HHS logo
School branded navy tracksuit trousers
Blue/Black or White socks
Long hair must be tied back during PE Lessons
School branded navy tracksuit top
School branded navy shorts
If you are unable to take part in a sport for any reason, you will be a coach, referee or umpire in uniform Tel: 020 8861 7300· Fax: 020 8861 7307· E-mail: email@example.com· Website: www.hhsweb.org· Company no: 7695709
Your child should not wear:
Hoodies or non-uniform jumpers this includes sportswear (branded or not) – jumpers or tracksuit tops
Tight fitting trousers/jeans, short skirts (worn above the knee) or trousers with studs
Large decorative belt buckles or coloured belts
White shirts that do not button up to the neck
Black trainers or black canvas plimsolls in place of black shoes
Wearing trainers or boots with the school uniform at break and lunchtime when not engaging in sporting activity
Steel toe capped boots or shoes
Visible brightly coloured or patterned socks/tights/hair bands/hair clips
Any piercings except for single studs in earlobes
Baseball caps or any type of peaked cap including bucket hats
Bandanas of any colour
Headscarves in any colour other than navy blue, black or white
Loom bands bracelets or individual loom bands
Brightly coloured coats or scarves with large logos, slogans or patterns
A hair colour of an unnatural shade (eg: green, blue, pink etc)
Haircuts with patterns or lines shaved in the hair or eyebrows
Coats or any form of jumper worn in place of blazers.
Learners who fail to wear the correct school uniform may be sent home to correct their uniform and return to school. They may also incur detentions for incorrect uniform. Items of non-uniform will be confiscated. Parent/carers may be requested to collect these items if they have been confiscated before.
Jewellery, Nail Varnish and Make-Up
You may wear ONE item of religious jewellery and a pair of stud earrings. For safety reasons you are not permitted to wear rings, necklaces, long earrings or any other kind of adornment. Nail polish, long nail extensions and excessive make-up are not permitted.
Uniform must be worn at school and on the way to and from school and general appearance should be neat and correct. The school reserves the right to deem items of clothing inappropriate for school wear. Donations of good condition, clean, outgrown items will be accepted by the school.
Year12 and 13
Post 16 students, as older role models within the learning environment, are expected to be dressed appropriately. No baseball caps/hats are allowed.
All uniform can be purchased from Pullens: 48-50 Church Road, Stanmore, Middlesex, HA7 4AH: 0208 954 3850