You can purchase Bramhall High’s School Uniform from Davensport Ltd.

Address

Davensport Ltd
98 Bramhall Lane
Davenport
Stockport
Cheshire
SK2 6JG

Tel: 0161 483 3005

Opening Times

Monday to Thursday: 10.00am to 5.00pm
Friday: 10.00am to 12.30pm then re-open 3.00pm to 5.00pm
Saturday: 10.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday: CLOSED

Extended hours can be arranged for the evening. Please contact us on tel: 0161 483 3005 to arrange this, thank you.

Bramhall High Uniform Requirements

Students at Bramhall High School wear uniform and have a Code of Appearance. This is reviewed regularly by the Uniform Committee composed of parents, teachers and students.

Bramhall High School has a uniform policy because good standards of uniform are related to good behaviour and high standards of achievement. It also helps to reduce bullying and takes the pressure off families to buy fashion items for school.

We therefore expect that students will not only wear the correct uniform, but also wear it properly at all times, on the way to and from school and during the school day. Unacceptable clothing will be confiscated and students dressed inappropriately will be sent home.

School uniform is worn for school visits which take place during the school day, but this regulation is waived where other clothing is more appropriate, e.g. on geography Field Study visits. For visits outside school hours, students are asked to present themselves dressed suitably for the particular occasion.

Under certain circumstances, clothing grants are available to year 7 students. For information and an application form for a grant, please contact the Town Hall Admissions Service or the School Office.

Boys Uniform

Black blazer with school badge (Compulsory)
Plain white Shirt with collar (Compulsory and available from any retail outlet). Please ensure that shirt has a top button which should be fastened. Shirt should be worn tucked into trousers.
School tie. (Compulsory available from BHS Reception £5).
Black regulation style school trousers (Compulsory and available from any retail outlet).
Sensible plain black school shoes without logos and which can be polished No pumps, trainers, canvas shoes or boots.
Plain black/grey socks Not trainer socks
Black V-necked jumper (Optional)
Suitable black weatherproof coat (Hoodies, gilets and leather-look jackets and coats are not permitted in school)
Plain black scarf, woollen fleece gloves/hat maybe worn outside the school building during cold weather.

Boys P.E. Kit
Red polo shirt with school badge (Compulsory)
Rugby shirt with school badge (Compulsory)
Rugby shorts with school badge (Compulsory)
Plain black football shorts (Compulsory)
Plain red long sports socks (Compulsory)
Plain black hooded sweatshirt (Optional) Only to be worn in P.E or Drama
Plain black tracksuit bottoms (Optional available at any retail outlet) Only to be worn for P.E or drama.
Trainers. (Must have neutral soles to protect Gym and Sports Hall floor)
Rugby, Football, Hockey Boots (As and when required for P.E.)

 

Girls Uniform
Black blazer with school badge (Compulsory)
Plain white shirt with collar Compulsory and available from any retail outlet). Please ensure that shirt has a top button which should be fastened. Shirt should be worn tucked into skirt or trousers.
School tie. (Compulsory – Available from BHS Reception £5 ).
Black regulation skirt (Compulsory and available in any retail outlet). Skirts should be of a reasonable length. Skirts that are short or have slits are inappropriate for school.
Black regulation trousers. (Can be purchased at any retail outlet as an alternative to a skirt)
Sensible plain black low heeled school shoes without logos and which can be polished. No trainers, pumps, canvas shoes or boots.
Plain black socks or tights. Not trainer socks.
Black V-necked jumper (optional)
Suitable black weatherproof coat (Hoodies, gilets and leather-look jackets and coats are not permitted in school)
Plain black scarf, woollen fleece gloves/hat maybe worn outside the school building during cold weather.

 

Girls P.E. Kit
Skort with school badge (Compulsory)
Red polo shirt with school badge (Compulsory)
Plain long red sports socks (Compulsory)
Plain black hooded sweatshirt (Optional) Only to be worn for P.E. dance or drama
Plain black tracksuit bottoms (Optional and available in any retail outlet). Can be used for P.E and drama
Trainers (Must have neutral soles to protect Gym and Sports Hall floor)

 

General Code of Appearance for All Students
•Hoodies are only to be worn in P.E, dance or drama. It is not acceptable to wear a hoodie underneath the school blazer.
•Jewellery is not allowed with the exception of a simple stud in each ear lobe and a simple wrist watch.
•Tattoos, body piercing and other forms of ‘body art’ are inappropriate for children under 16 and will not be allowed in school.
•Make-up should not be worn in years 7, 8 and 9 but may be discretely applied from year 10 onwards.
•Hairstyles – very short/shaved, brightly coloured, extremely styled hair is not allowed. Long hair must be tied back for safety reasons.
•Belts should be appropriate, plain and functional.
•School Bags: The National Back Pain Association recommends a rucksack style bag, worn across both shoulders.

Fundamental Principles

The uniform code of appearance is designed to ensure that students have an appearance that is appropriate for the school day. It is very possible that some students may interpret the rules in various ways which in the schools judgement is inappropriate. In these cases, our judgement will be based on these principles.

Lost Property

All uniform including P.E. kit, pencil cases, bags, socks and shoes should be named so that it can, if lost or misplaced be returned directly to the owner. It is advisable to invest in a permanent marker pen to write the students name on the garment or item so that it cannot peel or be cut off. Please note that any lost property that has not been claimed after each term will be donated to the PTA.

Valuable Items

Students are advised not to bring valuable items into school. The school cannot be held responsible for any item lost as they are not insured for these losses. It is the responsibility for parents to insure these items on their own home insurance policies.

Mobile Phones

Students are encouraged not to bring in expensive mobile phones. All mobiles should be kept safely out of sight and switched off during school hours and should only be used to contact parents to and from school.