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 Wolverhampton Girl’s High School Appointments 2017

 

Simmonds invite all new September 2017 starters to Wolverhampton Girl’s High School to book an appointment to have your new uniform fitted by our experienced staff at our temporary uniform shop.  

 

Appointments will be located at the Wolverhampton Girl’s High School site. The shop will be open on the following dates:

 

Wednesday 26th July to Friday 28th July 2017 from 9:00am – 3:00pm

Monday 31st July to Friday 4th July 2017 from 9:00am – 3:00pm

Monday 7th August to Friday 11th August from 9:00am – 3:00pm

Monday 21st August to Wednesday 23rd August from 9:00am – 3:00pm

Thursday 24th August 12:45pm - 3:00pm

Friday 25th August from 9:00am – 3:00pm

Please note on Thursday 24th August will be open for new sixth form uniform only from 8:30am to 12:00pm – no appointments necessary.

 

Please book your appointment online by clicking on the ‘make an appointment’ link. If you have any trouble with booking your appointment online please call Customer Services on 01892 837202 and they will be happy to assist you. As a thank you for booking your appointment, Simmonds will reward you with 5% discount from your total uniform purchase.  

 

Offer is valid when shopping by pre-booked appointment and for in-store purchases only.

Appointments are issued on a first come first served basis so please book early to ensure a wide range of possible dates and times.

The uniform shop at the school will only be open during the summer holidays. After this, uniform will be available to purchase online only.

 

 

FREE POSTAGE AND PACKING ON ALL UK ONLINE ORDERS

 

- despatched within 3 to 5 working days

 

CLICK TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT

 

                            

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NEW ENTRANTS TO WOLVERHAMPTON GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL
During back to school, an appointments system operates for the purchase of uniform. Please book your  appointment directly online.

 

ONLINE ORDERS
The online shopping prices are detailed on the product pages, and may vary according to garment size. Payment online is secure and we operate a credit / debit card payment system through World Pay.  Postage and packing is free on all orders despatched by Simmonds. Orders are despatched as promptly as possible however please allow up to 5 working days. 
 
We hope that you are happy with your purchase, but should you need to return any goods please obtain a proof of posting. Please note, unless faulty or for reasons previously discussed with Simmonds Customer Service, returns are not paid for by Simmonds and you will be returning goods at your own cost. 
 
ONLINE CUSTOMER SERVICE

 

There is a dedicated customer service email customerservice@simmonds-ltd.com 

For convenience you may prefer to telephone our customer service helpline on 01892 837202. Staff are available from 9.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday.
 

Our Customer Service Team will endeavour to respond to your email within 48 hours during our normal opening times, which are Monday to Friday from 9:00am - 5:30pm.

 
Warehouse Address:

 

Simmonds & Son Ltd

3-5 Eldon Way

Paddock Wood

Kent TN12 6BE

 

 

 

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SCHOOL UNIFORM AND DRESS POLICY

 

The school uniform must be worn at all times including to and from school

 

School Uniform and Dress Policy for Years 7-11

·         The school skirt – a knee-length navy blue with fine red pinstripe skirt.  Older skirts may continue to be worn until a new one needs to be purchased.

·         The school jumper – a plain, navy blue school jumper (with small navy blue or red logo – the original school crest).

·         The school trouser in navy blue may be worn with and underneath the school skirt by students who need to cover their legs on religious or other grounds. (Parents must seek permission in writing from the Headteacher prior to purchase, indicating why this is a need for their daughter) 

·         The school scarf in navy blue may be worn by students who need to cover their head on religious grounds. (Parents must seek permission in writing from the Headteacher prior to purchase, indicating why this is a need for their daughter) 

 

The above items can be purchased from the school uniform shop.

 

·         The school blouse – a tailored short-sleeved blue blouse (Trutex Style No: TRH814) or a long-sleeved blue blouse, which can, when not wearing a jumper, be worn outside the skirt, has a shaped collar, open neck and no tie.

·         Plain navy blue or black coat (no denim, leather or leather-look or similar fabric).  No other colour is acceptable.

·         Black, navy blue or flesh coloured tights may be worn. Socks should be black, navy blue or white ankle socks.

·         All year round, shoes should be plain black with low heels, which pay regard to the needs of health and safety.  NB: no trainers; no boots; no stiletto heels; no sling backs; no open-toed shoes or sandals.

·         Plain black, navy blue or red plain scarf if worn.

·         If a hat is worn it should be in the school colours, black, navy blue or red.

 

(There is no requirement to wear a blazer)

 

Please kindly note: Any other needs relating to an individual student must also be addressed in writing, along with any relevant documentation, to the Headteacher who will seek the views of the Chair of Governors as appropriate.

 

Additional Uniform

·         Long sleeved navy blue science overall

·         Apron for Food Technology

 

PE Uniform (all kit should be clearly named)

·         White polo shirt– name on front embroidered in burgundy

·         Predominantly white pumps or white training shoes with non-marking soles and a good grip. No boots or plimsolls)

·         Short white socks

·         Predominantly black astro-turf trainers

·         Navy blue games skort/skirt  – name on front embroidered in burgundy

·         Navy blue shorts

·         Plain navy blue hockey socks – available from uniform shop or more cheaply at sport’s shops

·         Plain navy blue sweatshirt – school crest embroidered on the front

·         Plain navy blue jogging trousers

·         Shinpads

·         Gum Shields for hockey

Kit bag – clearly named.  Either drawstring or sports bag which may be fastened in order to be hung on a peg.  NO PLASTIC BAGS.

 

 

 

 

 

Jewellery

Girls may wear only:

·         A plain wristwatch

·         A simple cross or other religious symbol no larger than a 1p piece on a small-linked chain

·         One simple plain ring

·         One pair of small silver or gold stud type earrings (no hoops). 

There should be no other jewellery of any kind. 

There should be no body piercing. 

Hair adornments should be simple and in a school colour (black, navy blue or red).  Hair should be natural-looking in style and colour and should not obscure the face. 

 

Make up

If worn, make-up must be discreet. 

Nail varnish must not be worn.

 

All uniform items should be clearly labelled with the owner’s name.

 

Exceptional Circumstances

1.    Snow

·         Travelling to and from school in cold weather is already catered for by the wearing of thick tights and a skirt which is made of a substantial material. If the skirt is of a sensible length, there is no need for trousers in cold weather. Long coats may also be worn.

The occurrence of snow is the exception. On such occasions trousers may be worn to and from school provided that students change into full and correct uniform on arrival at school.

·         There is no necessity for any different kind of footwear on cold mornings.

Again, snow is the exception. In such circumstances, boots which offer the advantage of deeper tread may be worn to and from school. Students must ensure that they have their school shoes with them to change into on arrival at school.

·         There is no occasion when the wearing of trainers would be an advantage and so this is not permitted.

 

2.    Cycling to and from School

·         Any appropriate clothing for cycling is permitted.

·         Students must ensure that they change into full and correct uniform on arrival at school. No excuses for forgotten items of uniform will be accepted. If this occurs, the student will be sent home to collect the missing item(s) of uniform.

·         Students are strongly advised to wear a cycle helmet and reflective clothing.

 

 SCHOOL UNIFORM AND DRESS POLICY

 

School uniform must be worn at all times

Sixth Form School Uniform and Dress Policy

·         A knee-length navy blue with fine red pinstripe skirt.  Older skirts may continue to be worn until a new one needs to be purchased.

·         A tailored short-sleeved white blouse or a long-sleeved white blouse, which can, when not wearing a jumper, be worn outside the skirt, has a shaped collar, open neck and no tie.

·         The School jumper – a plain, navy blue school jumper.  No other sweaters or cardigans are permissible.

·         The school trouser in navy blue may be worn with and underneath the school skirt by students who need to cover their legs on religious or other grounds. (Parents must seek permission in writing from the Headteacher prior to purchase, indicating why this is a need for their daughter) 

·         The school scarf in navy blue may be worn by students who need to cover their head on religious grounds. (Parents must seek permission in writing from the Headteacher prior to purchase, indicating why this is a need for their daughter) 

·         Black, flesh-coloured or navy blue tights may be worn.

·         All year round shoes should be plain black with low heels, which pay regard to the needs of health and safety.  NB:  no trainers; no boots; no stiletto heels; no sling backs; no open-toed shoes.

·         Plain navy blue or black coat or jacket (no denim, leather or leather-look or similar fabric).  No other colour is acceptable.

·         Plain black, navy blue or red plain scarf if worn.

·         If a hat is worn it should be in the school colours, black, navy blue or red.

 

Please kindly note: Any other needs relating to an individual student must also be addressed in writing, along with any relevant documentation, to the Headteacher who will seek the views of the Chair of Governors as appropriate.

 

Jewellery

Girls may wear only:

·         A plain wristwatch

·         A simple cross or other religious symbol no larger than a 1p piece on a small-linked chain

·         One simple plain ring

·         One pair of small silver or gold stud type earrings (no hoops). 

There should be no other jewellery of any kind. 

There should be no body piercing. 

Hair adornments should be simple and in a school colour (black, navy blue or red).  Hair should be natural-looking in style and colour and should not obscure the face. 

 

Make up

If worn, make-up and nail varnish must be discreet. 

 

All uniform items should be clearly labelled with the owner’s name.

 

Exceptional Circumstances

2.    Snow

·         Travelling to and from school in cold weather is already catered for by the wearing of thick tights and a skirt which is made of a substantial material. If the skirt is of a sensible length, there is no need for trousers in cold weather. Long coats may also be worn.

The occurrence of snow is the exception. On such occasions trousers may be worn to and from school provided that students change into full and correct uniform on arrival at school.

·         There is no necessity for any different kind of footwear on cold mornings.

Again, snow is the exception. In such circumstances boots which offer the advantage of deeper tread may be worn to and from school. Students must ensure that they have their school shoes with them to change into on arrival at school.

·         There is no occasion when the wearing of trainers would be an advantage and so this is not permitted.

 

2.    Cycling to and from School

·         Any appropriate clothing for cycling is permitted.                                

·         Students must ensure that they change into full and correct uniform on arrival at school. No excuses for forgotten items of uniform will be accepted. If this occurs, the student will be sent home to collect the missing item(s) of uniform.

·         Students are strongly advised to wear a cycle helmet and reflective clothing.

 

 

 

 

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Simmonds no longer have a school shop facility during term time.  We have an excellent online service offering free postage with a dedicated customer service team. We can be contacted customerservice@simmonds-ltd.com or our helpline is 01892 837202 Mon-Fri 9-5.30

 

 


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