Covid-19 Uniform

All students should wear their PE kit with plain black trainers and a facemask – plain black or disposable facemask is required.

School Uniform

  • School blazer with logo on pocket
  • White long OR short sleeved shirt/blouse
  • Black trousers OR plain black pleated skirt – 2”/5cm width pleats, touching the knee (from September 2015)
  • School jumper, grey with purple band round V-neck and waistband (optional)
  • School Tie
  • Plain black shoes (preferably water-resistant), no visible logo, no trainers or trainer-style and no boots
  • Grey or black socks OR plain black opaque tights, no patterns, no leggings
  • Dark coloured overcoat to be worn over blazer (optional)
  • Black headscarf (optional)
  • Plain black or purple bobble, scrunchie and/or plain black hair clip

PE Kit

  • Black sports shorts
  • Black jogging trousers, sweatshirt OR microfibre material (optional)
  • School polo shirt with logo
  • School rugby shirt with logo
  • School sweatshirt with logo (optional)
  • Purple football-type socks
  • White sports socks OR trainer socks
  • Trainers (suitable for indoor use AND outdoor use with non-marking sole)
  • Football boots
  • Towel

Hair

Hair must be a neat style. It must be no shorter than a number 3, with no shaved patterns or unnatural colours (including bright shades of red/brown). Hair longer than shoulder length must be tied back with a plain black or purple bobble or scrunchie.

NO MAKE-UP OR ACCESSORIES SHOULD BE WORN

NO JEWELLERY OTHER THAN A SMALL PAIR OF PLAIN GOLD OR SILVER ROUND STUD EARRINGS

NO HOODIES

TATTOOS OR PIERCINGS MUST BE COVERED AT ALL TIMES

ALL STUDENTS SHOULD TRAVEL TO AND FROM SCHOOL IN THEIR FULL UNIFORM WORN CORRECTLY

 

Buying Uniforms

Uniforms can be bought from Whittakers school wear at Burnley Pendle Village Mill: http://www.whittakersschoolwear.co.uk/Burnley

“I love BHS because it really does feel like a family. All staff and students know each other, are extremely supportive of one another and show amazing levels of respect throughout the school. There really isn’t another school like it!”

Miss Yates