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Uniform & Sports Kits

Pupils are required to wear School uniform, and are encouraged to be smart and take pride in their appearance to ensure they are neat and tidy at all times. We expect students to maintain high standards of personal presentation and welcome the support of parents and carers.

Students in the Senior School (Years 7-11) wear a green skirt or trouser uniform.

Make-up and nail varnish must not be worn.

Please note that students in Lower School must wear their hair tied back.

Students are allowed to wear earrings but please be aware that these must be removed for PE and Games.

Uniform Suppliers

Our uniform and sports kits are supplied by local uniform outfitter - Monkhouse. Guidance on the compulsory and optional collections can be found via the link boxes below.

You can either visit the Monkhouse shop in Cheadle Hulme Precinct (7-8 The Precinct, Cheadle Hulme SK8 5BE, 0161 488 3411); or order from their 24/7 online shop for items to be delivered at home or collected in store. Take a look at their size guide to help establish the correct sizes beforehand.

Stationery items and other back-to-school essentials, including pens, pencils, rulers etc. are also available in store

Uniform Sales

The Parents' Association (CHSPA) run regular Second Hand Uniform sales during the academic year, where you can buy good-quality second-hand school uniform and sports equipment. These sales are advertised in advance through parent newsletter, the Friday Flyer.
 
Any donations for these sales are greatly appreciated. Donation of items can be left at Main Reception in a bag clearly labelled as ‘Donated uniform - for the Parents' Association’.

Lost Property

To minimise the possibility of property being lost, please make sure that all items of clothing and equipment, where possible, are suitably labelled so that property can be reunited with its owner as soon as possible.

The School accumulates a lot of lost and/or left property, and so our Personal Property Guidelines and Procedures for Lost and Left Property aim to encourage pupils to take responsibility for their own property; to increase the amount of lost property that is found independently by pupils; and reduce the amount of lost and left property left unclaimed in the School.