School uniform is compulsory at Bleak Hill. All children being dressed the same looks smart and helps promote high expectations. Items of uniform are listed below:
Jewellery should not be worn for reasons of health and safety. Earrings are not allowed in school. Children having ears pierced should have this procedure carried out at the beginning of the summer holiday so that earrings can be removed upon return to school in September.
Trainers are not allowed as an alternative to school shoes. They are acceptable for outdoor PE/games only.
Children should have a coat in school daily. On some days coats must be worn and on other days children are given a choice, depending on the weather.
Where you can purchase our uniform from
You can purchase our uniform from many different places.
Topaz: 284 Church Road, Haydock, St. Helens, Merseyside, WA11 0LF
Also, local supermarkets stock school uniform.
Bleak Hill Eco Uniform has been set up by some of our parents as one central place for donating any old but good quality Bleak Hill uniform. This is a sustainable way of recycling school uniforms that have plenty of life left. By doing this, we are helping the environment, school and the children's education - this is an affordable option for school uniform purchasing. Please ask in the school office for more information.
P.E. And Games Kit
P.E./Games Trainers are recommended
Shorts – navy blue
Sports shirt - house colours (to be advised prior to admission)
Track suit/jogging bottoms
Football boots when applicable
Gloves may be worn on cold days
Swimming Trunks/swimming costume
Swimming cap for girls and boys with 'long' hair
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT ALL CLOTHING IS MARKED WITH YOUR CHILD'S NAME
Children are encouraged to set high standards in their personal appearance and school uniform is therefore compulsory. Coloured hair, extreme hair styles, designs within hair for example, shaven lines and patterns or multiple hair braids, jewellery (including earrings) and outlandish clothing are all positively unwelcome. The school reserves the right to make a judgement on where pupils’ hairstyles or hair colours are inappropriate for the school environment; however, will ensure that any such judgements do not discriminate against any pupil by virtue of their protected characteristics. Large and/or colourful hair bows are not permitted. Any hair bow/bobble should be small and either blue or black. All articles of clothing which may be removed during the day e.g. coats, wellingtons, sweatshirts etc. should be marked with the child's name.