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Uniform

Our uniform is designed to be comfortable for students to wear, good value and smart. 
We have introduced a new style uniform for year 7 from 2020, although students in other years are also welcome to wear it.  We believe the new uniform is a significant improvement over the old and that our students will much prefer it.  Indeed, all the new items are easy care with the skirt, blazer and PE kit being non-iron and washable at 30o. We have sourced environmentally responsible items and the jacket is made from recycled bottle tops.

All students in Years 7-11 are required to wear correct, neat and tidy uniform in school and on the journey to and from school.

To aid the return of misplaced items, please ensure that all items are labelled with the student’s name.

Proserve supply both the school uniform as well as PE uniform, please visit their website by clicking here.  We can distribute ordered uniform items in school, but ask that you pay the supplier directly. 

The new style uniform is compulsory for Year 7 whilst students in other years can choose to wear the new or old uniform.

 

New improved uniform for Year 7

New improved uniform for Year 7.

 

  • Plain outdoor coat, not a hoodie or denim jacket.
  • Compulsory PHSG plaid pleated skirt which must be knee length or longer.
  • Navy trousers (supplied by proserve) are an alternative to the skirt.
  • Compulsory PHSG Plain navy tailored jacket with school badge on breast pocket.
  • Optional PHSG plain navy pullover with v neck and long sleeves with school badge.  
  • White blouse with revere neck, long or short sleeved
  • Tights should be navy blue, black or beige.  White or navy ankle socks may be worn if preferred
  • Flat shoes in plain black, navy or dark brown (not tan), a lace-up style is preferred.  Trainers or trainer style shoes, canvas shoes or ankle boots are NOT permitted.  Please ensure that shoes are in a style which will be safe on stone stairs.  Please be aware that some manufacturers label such shoes as "school shoes", but if they look like trainers they are not part of PHSG school uniform.

 

PE Uniform.

Compulsory
  • PHSG Sports shirt.
  • PHSG Skirt or shorts.
  • White / navy or black socks.
  • Trainers.
Optional.
  • PHSG Sports long sleeved all weather top. Navy blue leggings.

 

 

 

Uniform for years 8 to 11

Uniform for years 8 to 11. 

 

Students can choose the new improved uniform if they wish, or continue with the old uniform.  Skirt, jacket and PE kit to be purchased from Proserve.

  • Plain outdoor coat, not a hoodie or denim jacket
  • * Plain navy straight skirt with a split, knee length or longer and ‘PHSG’ in navy, heat pressed onto band of skirt
  • * Plain navy tailored jacket with school badge on breast pocket and / or plain navy pullover with v neck and long sleeves with school badge.  (A light weight plain navy pullover with v neck may be worn under the tailored jacket)
  • White blouse with revere neck, long or short sleeved
  • Tights should be navy blue, black or beige.  White or navy ankle socks may be worn if preferred
  • Flat shoes in plain black, navy or dark brown (not tan), a lace-up style is preferred.  Trainers or trainer style shoes, canvas shoes or ankle boots are NOT permitted.  Please ensure that shoes are in a style which will be safe on stone stairs.  Please be aware that some manufacturers label such shoes as "school shoes", but if they look like trainers they are not part of PHSG school uniform

 

PE Uniform.

 

Compulsory
  • PHSG Sports shirt.
  • PHSG Skirt or shorts.
  • White / navy or black socks.
  • Trainers.
Optional
  • PHSG Sports long sleeved all weather top or fleece. Navy blue leggings.

 

 


Jewellery.

Students in Year 7 to 11 may wear a single stud earring in one or both ears.  No other piercings are permitted.

A watch may be worn, but no other form of jewellery can be worn, including rings.

 

Make-up.

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.

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.

 

The Headteacher may use their discretion as to what is acceptable.