The Governors expect parents to ensure all students keep to the school dress code shown below. Items only available from our Uniform Supplier are marked with an asterisk.
The Company who supply our main items of uniform is SchoolTrends; this link will take you to their website on which you will find information about ordering.
(Please note that trousers and skirts must be strictly in line with the styles on the Hasland Hall page of the School Trends website. We know that parents will use their discretion in selecting uniform but the final judgement on acceptability rests with the school. If purchasing a skirt, please ensure that the length is going to be at knee level on your child.)
- Plain white ‘polo’ shirt
- Plain black formal ‘school’ trousers – see note in bold above. Trousers should not be like jeans or leggings.
- Tailored knee-length shorts may be worn in warmer weather.
- Girls may wear a plain black knee length formal ‘school’ skirt – fashion items such as lycra or split skirts are not suitable.
- *School sweatshirt – alternatives are not allowed eg. cardigans, leather or denim jackets or hoodies.
- Black shoes – no boots, trainers, canvas shoes or other sports shoes.
- Black or white socks
- *Black Polo PE shirt (with school logo)
- Black shorts
- Black track-suit for colder weather and outdoor work (track-suit bottoms may be worn for indoor work)
- A sweatshirt (optional)
- Football boots (optional)
- Sports socks
A waterproof sports rain-top is advisable for bad weather, shin-pads are recommended for football and mouth guards for hockey.
Please be aware of the following information:
- No clothing worn should present a health and safety hazard to either the student or others.
- Outdoor coats should be suitable for school, eg no denim or hoodies.
- The only jewellery allowed is one plain stud earring per ear and a watch (smart watches are not allowed). Any other form of piercings or jewellery are not allowed.
- Hair should not be extreme in terms of style, cut or colour eg no mohicans, shaving or lines
- Hair bands and other accessories should be plain black.
- Excessive make-up and nail extensions are not allowed.
- Boots may be worn only in extreme weather conditions (students will be advised about this at the time).
- Students may not wear or visibly carry (for example on bags or books) any badges, logos or slogans likely to cause offence to others.
- The school will provide goggles for practical work in Science and aprons for Design. Individual departments may provide separate advice for particular subjects at the start of the year.
Parents’ Evening provides parents with a valuable opportunity to speak to teachers about their son/daughter’s progress. We would, therefore, ask that all parents attend. Students will be booking appointment times for their parents between 4.15pm and 7pm. If for particular reasons you are unable to attend, please contact the school to arrange an alternative time.
The Community Craft Club meets every Thursday from 6.00pm in the School dining room. The aim is to bring together people from the community who would like to share the enjoyment of crafting. They are currently undertaking a variety of craft projects which will lead to a sale for charity.
If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Bev Kershaw on 01246 273985 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Community Choir meets every Tuesday from 7.00pm to 8.30pm in the Music block at the school. The aim is to bring together people from the community who would like to share the enjoyment of singing together.
If you are interested in finding out more, please contact the school on 01246 273985 or by email: email@example.com.
Thursday 5 March
World Book Day
Monday 9 March
Year 10 Parents Evening
Monday 16 March
Year 11 Reports to Parents
Thursday 19 March
Year 11 Photograph
Wednesday 25 March
Friday 3 April
Last Day of Term
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