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Non-Uniform Day (Charity Week)
11 March 2022
INFO FOR STUDENTS –
Friday 11th March is a non-uniform day and money raised will be included in the charity week fund. This will be split between Cancer Research UK and The British Red Cross Ukraine appeal. The cost is £2 and must be paid for on ParentPay.
You can wear:
- Shorts, skirts and dresses. If these are worn, they must be respectable length suitable for a professional working environment (on or just above the knee).
- Leggings. These must also be worn with a skirt, dress or other top, of a respectable length as above.
- Denim, cropped / ankle length trousers / jogging bottoms are acceptable.
- Hoodies are acceptable, provided the hood is not covering your head.
- Trainers / sports shoes.
You can’t wear
- Ripped jeans – any rips or holes are not permitted
- Vest tops and strapless tops
- Sandals, flip-flops, sliders, backless footwear
- Clothing with offensive logos
- Any additional jewellery, including piercings
SHSG Non Uniform Rationale
Non uniform days are an opportunity for our school community to raise funds for a charity by donating money to not wear uniform for the day. You are still ambassadors for and represent SHSG on your journey to and from the school. As such, you are expected to dress in an appropriate and professional manner. ‘Non-uniform’ days are common place in working environments and are often called ‘dress down days’. In a work place there are still expectations set as to what is appropriate to wear. In our role to prepare you for work places, you are expected to dress in an appropriate manner in the same way you would for a dress down day in a professional working environment.