Uniform

CHS School Uniform and PE Kit

You can purchase all our Chichester High School uniform from

Game. Set and Match

GAME SET AND MATCH,

UNIT 1 – BEAVER TRADE PARK,

QUARRY LANE,

CHICHESTER

PO19 8NY

 

TELEPHONE : 01243 538800

WEBSITE : https://www.gsam.co.uk/collections/chichester-high-school

EMAIL : info@gsam.co.uk

Chichester High School ensures that our uniform supplier (Game Set & Match) gives the highest priority to cost and value for money
(including the quality and durability of the garment)


Daisy hill spSecond hand CHS uniform is available from the APSM (Assistant Pastoral Support Manager) HUB for each year group. 

Please make contact with the school for further detail or contact your Head of Year.

 


ALL UNIFORM AND PE KIT MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH
THE OWNER’S NAME

The School cannot be held responsible for property lost by students.

We will always do our best to find the missing items and it is a great help if all clothing and property is clearly marked with the owner’s name.


A message from the PE Department

All students need:

CHS PE shorts, skort or plain black leggings

CHS PE polo shirt

Trainers and CHS socks

Studded football or rugby boots, shin pads (seasonal requirement)

optional extras - fleece, coat


The O'Neills 'shop' for PE 'Teams' kit and 6th Form Academy kit can be found by clicking on the picture below.

Take a look

Please do chat with your PE teachers if you have any questions

 

CHS Sports shop


Non-Uniform Days:

Clothing must be sensible, modest and practical for the activities. 
Jewellery, hair and makeup rules still apply on Non-Uniform Days

 

 

Essential items

  1. Regulation black skirt of knee length (one style only is allowed and is only available from Game, Set and Match (GS&M) or tailored black trousers (NOT jean style, flared or tight) made of non-stretching, non-fade material and no longer than 1” off the ground.  Trousers may be purchased from any stockist.
     
  2. White shirt with collar, top button fastened and tucked into skirt/trousers. 
    The material should be sufficiently ‘thick’ and opaque for the pupil not to need a
    T-shirt underneath.  Shirts may be purchased from any stockist.
     
  3. Regulation purple school blazer (only available from GS&M).
     
  4. Regulation school tie in-house colour (only available from GS&M).
     
  5. Regulation grey jumper with purple trim (optional and only available from GS&M).
     
  6. Girls – plain black tights or black, grey or white socks. 
    Boys – plain black or grey socks.
     
  7. Girls - plain, low heeled completely black formal shoe. Maximum heel 5cm (2”). Fabric shoes, boots and leather trainers are not allowed.
    All laces must be black.
    Sandals are not allowed for safety reasons.

    Boys – plain completely black formal shoe.
    Fabric shoes, boots and leather trainers are not allowed.
    All laces must be black.
     
  8. Outdoor coat – any suitable style which should be smart and free from offensive logos (no denim jackets or hoodies).  Outdoor coats are only to be worn over the blazer and are not to be worn inside the school buildings.
     
  9. Optional – plain black belt with a simple buckle.
     
  10. A message from the PE Department

    All students need:

    CHS PE shorts, skort or plain black leggings

    CHS PE polo shirt

    Trainers and socks

    Studded football or rugby boot (Boys only)

    optional extras - fleece, coat 

NOT PERMITTED

  • Jeans, cords, chinos, tight trousers or very short skirts.
     
  • Sweatshirts, hoodies and cardigans.
     
  • Trainers, plimsolls, canvas shoes and boots.
     
  • Baseball caps or hoods worn up.
     
  • Additional items of clothing which detract from the uniform.
     
  • Extremes of hair style, hair colour or accessories.
     
  • Make-up, nail polish or false nails.
    Acrylic nails are not permitted at school and all nails must be filed to a suitable length and not be significantly pointed.
  • We do not permit nail polish.

Jewellery and piercings

Jewellery should be limited to a watch and one pair of small plain stud earrings worn in pierced earlobes.  These should be removed or covered for PE, Games and other practical subjects as the teacher may deem necessary for health and safety reasons. 
Ear stretchers, ear tunnels, tragus bars and tragus earrings, tribal earrings etc are not allowed.  No facial piercings.

We strongly advise that students do not bring expensive items of jewellery (or other personal possessions) into school. 
The school does not accept liability for any loss or damage to jewellery (or other personal possessions) under any circumstances.

Equipment

The following items should be brought to school every day:

  • Suitable school bag or rucksack, capable of holding A4 size books and folders.
     
  • Student planner which is provided by the school.
     
  • Writing equipment including as a minimum 2 pens, a pencil, ruler and rubber.
     
  • Correct books/folders and any other equipment needed for the day’s lessons
    e.g. calculator, coloured pencils, ink cartridges, technology apron etc.