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Congratulations to all out students who worked so hard in their exams and achieved brilliant results.
After winning the 2017 National Finals, we are pleased to announce we have won the 2018 Regional Finals in Southampton - now on to the National Finals in Edinburgh...
It is compulsory for all girls in Years 7-11 to wear correct, neat and tidy uniform in school and on the journey to and from school. We would like all our students and parents to appreciate the part that uniform plays in contributing to the ethos and reputation of the school.
Proserve now supply both the school uniform as well as PE uniform (order forms available from Student Services). Parents may use other suppliers as long as they ensure that the style and colour is an exact match. If in doubt, please check with school prior to buying uniform that may be incorrect. Parents need to order directly with the supplier and make cheques payable as instructed on the order forms. The school will distribute orders but will not be taking order forms or money.
All items of uniform must be clearly marked inside the garment with the student’s name.
Optional Trouser Suit (not trousers only), consisting of tailored jacket (as above) and trousers to match jacket. ‘PHSG’ in navy heat pressed onto band of trousers (as skirt above).
*Hats and scarves may not be worn inside the school building.
Head coverings should be navy.
The only acceptable jewellery is a watch and one plain stud in the lobe of each ear. No other forms of visible piercing are allowed and this includes having the tongue pierced. Watches, jewellery and other adornments must all be removed before the physical education lesson on health and safety grounds.
Make-up may be worn to cover blemishes but must be of a subtle nature. Nail varnish must not be worn. Nails must be worn at a length no longer than the tip of the finger on health and safety grounds
Hair must be a natural colour and cut in an acceptable style. Hair accessories, if worn, should be plain navy, black, brown, beige, blonde or white.
Headteacher may use her discretion as to what is acceptable.
Correct, neat and tidy uniform must be worn on the journey to and from school.