School Uniform

Herne Bay High School's uniform can be purchased from Barnums Schoolswear, Unit 2, 14-16 William Street, Herne Bay, CT6 5EJ.  01227 365220

There is a strict policy on school uniform at Herne Bay High School which must be adhered to by all students.

Herne Bay High School’s Uniform Policy

All students:

·    Black blazer with the school badge

·    Plain white shirt with a ‘classic’ collar, with a top button that should be done up for the whole day

·    School tie related to the Mini-Community to which the child belongs. The school tie should be worn at the correct length with the top Heron logo showing below the knot when the tie is done up

·    All students should have a plain outer coat (not a fleece, sweatshirt or denim jacket/coat)

·    Hoodies are not permitted in school as either outer coats or as a replacement for the school jumper or blazer

Boys’ Uniform (in addition to the above):

·    Formal black tailored trousers (not corduroy, denim jeans, drain pipes, skinny trousers, cargo pants, cotton drill or track suit bottoms)

·    Plain black shoes and black socks 

·    Optional ~ The school plain V-neck black pullover with the school logo can be worn under blazers. 

·    No other jumpers, sweatshirts or cardigans etc. are permissible

 

Girls’ Uniform (in addition to the above):

 

This list will be updated accordingly in the event that outlets change the ranges they offer or indeed if other suitable trousers become available from other outlets.*

  • Black shoes with a sensible heel no higher than 5cms (measured from sole to instep)
  • Black socks must be worn with trousers
  • Plain black tights or ankle length black socks may be worn with the school skirt
  • Optional ~ The school plain V-neck black pullover with the school logo or the school cardigan with the school logo can be worn underneath the school blazer
  • No other jumpers, sweatshirts or cardigans etc. are permissible

Jewellery/Make-up

  • The wearing of discrete make-up is permitted
  • Extreme hair styles (cut and/or colour), as determined by the Principal, are deemed inappropriate and hair colour should be within the natural range.
  • Facial piercing is strictly prohibited, e.g. nose studs, eye brow bars or rings as are visible tattoos
  • For health and safety reasons neither acrylic nails nor the wearing of jewellery is allowed within school except for a watch and a single discrete stud in each ear.

During the summer term, students are permitted to wear:

  • The school's white polo shirt.
     
  • If a student wishes to wear anything over the school polo shirt this must be either the school cardigan, the school jumper or the school blazer.
  • As is the case with their 'normal' uniform, students must wear the required shoes, trousers, skirt, socks and tights.(please see above)

Should students choose not to wear the summer uniform they will be expected to wear their ‘normal’ uniform, in full, in accordance with the guidelines listed above.

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Sanctions for those students who fail to abide by the school’s Uniform Policy

The school follows the Department for Education advice regarding dealing with uniform issues, and as such should a student breach the school’s uniform policy (see above), this will be seen as defiance of school rules and a failure to abide by the terms of the Home/School Agreement that all students and parents/carers signed when they joined the school. As such the student will be subject to school sanctions, including a detention on the day of the uniform issue and/or, if the situation is deemed to demand it, they may be removed from their normal classes. In addition, following Department for Education advice, for serious or repeated breaches of the school’s uniform policy, the student may face higher level sanctions including exclusion even if the student does not otherwise display poor behaviour (see https://www.gov.uk/school-uniform).

 

 

*The clarification regarding what girls' trousers would be acceptable from September 2015 was communicated to parents/carers by Dr Owen in a letter home on 9th June 2015. In addition all students had assemblies where the Uniform Policy was discussed over the week beginning 29th June 2015 and 20th July 2015. In addition this website guidance was updated in June 2015 in order to give parents/carers and students plenty of time to prepare for the clarified approach.

 

 

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