A uniform policy can:
Our current school uniform was established after consultation with governors and students; the latest consultation being December 2017. Our students are our ambassadors in the community and they should look, and behave, appropriately. We actively welcome the support of parents in helping students to look presentable. All main school students (Years 7 to Year 11) are expected to wear Sheringham High School uniform as detailed below.
It is important for students and the School that the way in which they present themselves is appropriate and acceptable in order to create the impression of a cohesive and well-ordered establishment. It is expected that all students will come to School every day in neat, clean uniform, giving a message that they take pride in belonging to the School. It is vital that parents support the policy fully as outlined in the Home-School Agreement. It is an expectation that all parents sign up to the Home – School Agreement.
The following items of uniform can be purchased from Stevensons, based at 67 Ber Street Norwich NRI 3AD; telephone 01603 622355. However, parents can purchase uniform on line. Further information can be obtained from their website; email@example.com
Our current school uniform is as follows;
Parents should consult Stevensons’ website for detailed information about PE kit. This can only be purchased from Stevensons. Compulsory kit is as follows.
Other items such as track tops and pants may also be purchased but these are optional.
Tesco’s stock embroidered polo shirts and sweatshirts. Parents/Carers need to go to tesco.com.ues, select the school, pick items and place the order.
Students are expected to wear smart, sensible and appropriate clothing and shoes in accordance with the uniform policy.
Parents should be aware that school staff will challenge incorrect uniform and ask for their support to rectify uniform transgressions. We have tried to ensure that our uniform policy excludes the need for parents to be pressured by their children to conform to the latest fashion trends. Therefore, individual fashion statements will not be allowed. Please see our website for further information as to what is acceptable and unacceptable. Parents should also note that some department stores sell uniform ranges that do not conform to Sheringham High School guidelines and will not be accepted as correct uniform.
If students choose not to comply with the above expectations (unless there are exceptional circumstances) they will not be able to attend lessons. They will work in a designated area until the correct uniform is brought to them or they will be sent home to change.
Any parent who has difficulty in meeting the cost of uniform should contact the Deputy Headteacher (Student Support & Guidance) in confidence.
It is the Headteacher's responsibility to ensure that the Governors' policy is implemented and maintained.
The Headteacher will also determine any questions of compliance with the code and impose relevant sanctions for non-compliance with the policy in accordance with the School’s Behaviour, Discipline and Inclusion Policy.
The Headteacher may delegate particular responsibilities concerning school uniform to relevant members of staff.
It is the duty of all staff to uphold the uniform policy.