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Uniform from September – Year 7

Pupils who attend school in incorrect uniform will be sent home to change.

SCHOOL UNIFORM & EQUIPMENT

YEARS 7– 11 BOYS YEARS 7 – 11 GIRLS
Blue shirt (no ‘button-down’ collars) Blue open neck shirt
Clip on school tie – only available from school  
Navy blue blazer with school badge Navy blue blazer with school badge
Navy blue ‘v’ necked pullover (optional)
– not sweatshirts
Navy blue plain ‘v’ necked pullover (optional))
– not sweatshirts
Plain black smart ‘suit style’ trousers Plain black smart ‘suit style’ trousers (Not leggings/jeggings etc).
Plain navy blue or black socks Plain navy blue or black socks
Plain all black “business like” shoes. Plain all black “business like” shoes.
All pupils are requested to wear a plain outdoor garment
YEAR 11 BOYS YEAR 11 GIRLS
As above – except As above – except
White shirt (no ‘button-down’ collars) White shirt (no ‘button-down’ collars)
Year 11 tie Year 11 tie
UNIFORM STOCKISTS (all stock both girls’ and boys’ uniform)
PT Schoolwear 14 Market Parade, Bury
0161 761 1365
PT Schoolwear 7 New Road Radcliffe
0161 723 0991
F R Monkhouse 116 The Rock Bury 0161 764 4320  

 Football scarves, hooded tops and hats are not to be worn to school.

Jewellery, except wristwatches, should not be worn to school. This includes any form of piercings.

Pupils should not wear any form of make-up – including fake tan, eyelashes, coloured or acrylic nails.  Extreme hair styles or colours are unacceptable. Hair should be tied back using plain bands or slides.

Any form of Headdress worn for religious purposes must be in plain blue/black material

The Headteacher will have the final decision on all uniform issues.

It is important that all items of uniform are named.

In addition, all pupils must have a white, cotton protective workshop apron for practical work in Design Technology.  This can be bought from any outlet.  Also to comply with hygiene and food safety regulations, all pupils must have a blue school apron for all practical Food Technology lessons.  This can only be purchased from school to maintain uniformity, at a cost of £5.00.  Pupils should bring the money to their first Food Technology lesson.  In Art lessons pupils may be asked to wear an old shirt to protect their uniform.

Pupils also need a suitable bag in which to carry books to and from school.

Non Uniform Days

Pupils are expected to wear modest and seasonally appropriate dress.  Pupils who are not appropriately dressed may be sent home.  The usual rules with regards to make-up and jewellery will still apply. 

  • Shoulders should be covered
  • There should be no bare midriffs or exposed underwear
  • Skirts/shorts should not be too short.
  • No excessively high heels
  • No jewellery
  • No piercings 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Participation in a varied programme of physical activity requires a varied amount of sporting clothing and equipment at Philips High School.  Pupils must bring PE kit to every lesson even if they are injured or excused.  Lessons are adapted to suit each individual case and pupils will be involved in the lesson in some way other than performing.

If you ever have any questions regarding your child’s Physical Education programme, do not hesitate to contact the department.  We will always be pleased to see you and discuss with you any aspect of Physical Education at Philips High.

Boys Kit Girls Kit
Football boots  
Training shoes –
no canvas shoes or high top trainers
Training shoes –
no canvas shoes or high top trainers
Gum shield – for rugby Gum shield – advised to wear for hockey
Shin pads Shin pads
No boxer shorts to be worn as underwear  

 

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