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School Uniform

Uniform items will be available to be purchase from Howard Bros in Mill Hill in July. You can find their website here.

You should be proud of your uniform and always look your best. Whenever you wear the uniform, you are representing Saracens High School, and people will judge the school based on your actions. You must wear correct and complete uniform throughout the day, and on your way to and from school.

Our uniform gives us a collective identity and prevents pupils whose parents may not be able to afford the latest trending clothes, from being bullied. For this reason, we do not allow any clothing, hats, or shoes that have obvious logos. If you were to wear something to school that is not allowed, it will be confiscated.

All items of uniform should be clearly marked with your name.

Uniform

You should be proud of your uniform and always look your best. Whenever you wear the uniform, you are representing Saracens High School, and people will judge the school based on your actions. You must wear correct and complete uniform throughout the day, and on your way to and from school.

Our uniform gives us a collective identity and prevents pupils whose parents may not be able to afford the latest trending clothes, from being bullied. For this reason, we do not allow any clothing, hats, or shoes that have obvious logos. If you were to wear something to school that is not allowed, it will be confiscated.

All items of uniform should be clearly marked with your name.

Blazer: Saracens High School blazer with Saracens High School badge. Worn at all times unless your teacher gives permission
Shirt: White shirt with collar. Top button fastened, and shirt completely tucked in at all times
Tie: Saracens High School tie in house colours, tied with the badge fully visible
Jumper: Saracens High School jumper is optional. It is the only jumper permitted
Skirt: Saracens High School black skirt with the school logo, worn to the knee, or
Trousers: Saracens High School black trousers with the school logo. One black belt if required
Socks: Matching black socks with no pattern or plain black 70 denier tights
Shoes: Plain, black leather-style lace-up or slip-on formal shoes. Black laces only. No trainers, plimsolls or canvas shoes. No coloured laces. No logos or embellishment. No open-toe shoes or sandals, boots, high heels or wedges
Head coverings: All religious head coverings must be black with no embellishment
Jewellery: Is not permitted but pupils with pierced ears may wear one small gold or silver stud per ear. A wrist watch is permitted. Any other jewellery will be confiscated and returned to parents/carers
Piercings: Only one stud per ear is permitted. No other piercings
School Bag: Saracens High School bag with the school logo
Outdoor coat: Black coat with no obvious logo. Coats should be stored in the locker or bag while in the building
Hairstyle: Hair should be neat and tidy at all times. Long hair should be tied back with a black hairband. No designs shaved in hair or eyebrows. No extreme hairstyles or unnatural colours (peroxide, bright hair dye, etc.)
Make up: Make-up, nail varnish and false nails are not permitted
Hats: Non-religious head coverings are not permitted

Uniform for Physical Education and sporting activities

Saracens High School sports top with the school logo
Saracens High School shorts or skirt
Saracens High School sweatshirt with the school logo
Saracens High School tracksuit trousers (optional)
Plain black football socks
Plain black trainers with non-marking soles and minimal logo

 Is there anything that you can’t wear to school?

Black trainers are not school shoes and are not acceptable. Any shoe made by a sports manufacturer (like Nike, Adidas, Le Cop Sportif, etc) will not be accepted. They must be leather/leather style lace up or slip on.

Jewellery is not allowed, and cannot be worn while travelling to, from, or at school. Only wristwatches and one pair of gold or silver stud earrings are permitted. Jewellery and any other unauthorised items will be confiscated and returned at a meeting with your parents/carers.

No make-up, false nails, or nail varnish. Hair should be natural, not dyed, lined, streaked, patterned, or cut into extreme styles. Shaved eyebrows are not permitted.

If a pupil comes to school with something that contravenes the rules, they will be taught away from the general population of the school until it can be corrected.

 Is there anything that you can’t bring to school?

Mobile phones
If you have a mobile phone, please don’t bring it to school. We want you to be an outstanding pupil and we aim to eliminate any distractions. Mobile phones are often a major distraction, and at worst, can be stolen which causes a great deal of upset.

If your parents/carers do want you to have your phone for the journey to and from school, they need to write a letter to your Year Lead and we will make arrangements for you to hand your phone to reception at the beginning of the day and collect it at the end of the day.

We do not accept responsibility for any mobile phones, and any phone found on a pupil or in a locker during the school day will be confiscated. A letter will be sent home inviting parents to make an appointment for a meeting where the phone can be collected.

Money
We have a cashless catering system, which means there is no need for you to bring money to school, except on days when we are fundraising for charities.

Chewing gum
Chewing gum is not allowed.

Sweets and snacks
You can bring water in a reusable container and fruit to be eaten during break, but nothing else.