We want our students to be proud of their work and proud of the school. Looking smart prepares our girl’s for the world of employment, beyond Levenshulme High School.
We expect our students to always look smart and it is the responsibility of every member of staff to challenge any student who is wearing incorrect uniform or wearing items of uniform in appropriately. Our uniform expectations are listed below:
|Item||Years 7, 8, 9, 10 & 11|
|Jewellery||No jewellery, except for a watch|
|Blazer||Black with school logo and trim|
|Pullover||LHS green pullover for year 7, 8 & 9 & LHS burgundy pullover for year 10 & 11|
|Shirt||White shirt with collar- top button fastened|
|Trousers||Plain black, tailored, properly hemmed and not frayed (no jeans or skinny trousers)|
|Skirt||Plain black skirt. Minimum length is just above the knee. No Tube skirts. No longer than mid calf|
|Tie||Relevant house colours|
|Socks & Tights||Socks: black or whiteTights: plain, black only, not patterned|
|Shoes||Plain black shoes or pumps/ trainers with no other colours|
|School bag||Bag should be large enough to carry all necessary books and equipment|
|Headscarf||Where a headscarf is worn for religious reasons it must be plain black, no decoration or tassels|
All students are expected to attend the school in full school uniform and parents’ and carers co-operation in this respect is required.
Students are expected to look neat and presentable and take a pride in their personal appearance. Extremes of fashions in clothes,make-up or hairstyles are not allowed – hairstyles should not cause any distraction from learning.
Hair colour, even if dyed, should be a natural colour. All items of uniform and personal property brought in or worn in the school should be clearly labelled with the student’s name. Clothes should be properly worn, e.g. trousers around the waist.
Only regulation uniform items should be worn. Eccentric alterations will not be tolerated.
Dr Stephen Lynch Talk - Errwood Hall
October 18, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
October 19, 2017
Y11 Visit to Greater Manchester Police Learning and Workforce Development
October 19, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Levenshulme High School
T: 0161 224 4625
Please direct all queries in the first instance to Mrs Tebb