GENERAL UNIFORM – ADDITIONAL INFORMATION » Polo shirts may be worn out of trousers and skirts (Y7-Y11 only). » Hair slides and bands should be plain – no other hair accessories. » Pupils must keep their fingernails clean, short and unvarnished at all times. No nail extensions are not permitted. » Jewellery is limited to one pair of small earrings (studs/sleepers) and a plain watch. » All students will adhere to the PE code and will be in full kit for games lessons. Students should change out of their PE kit after the lesson. They should not be coming into another lesson or returning from lunch or break in PE clothes. Students may if they have PE first lesson arrive at school in full PE uniform and they may with their PE teacher’s permission leave school in full PE uniform if their lesson is at the end of the school day. » Shirts and blouses should be tucked in and not worn loose. They should be buttoned to the neck and ties worn appropriately. » All students will be issued with lockers and outdoor coats and shoes should be kept in the lockers. » During the winter season in bad weather, students may wear boots which are in-keeping with the uniform policy. Students should change out of their snow boots at the start of the school day. » Dyed hair must be of a natural colour. Girls’ hair should be tied back if it is long or it falls over the face. Hair bands and slides are acceptable, but they must be dark plain colours. Boys’ hair should be tied back if it is long and the school may request that the hair is cut shorter if it falls over the face and becomes a distraction. Severe haircuts are not acceptable, and a guideline would be no shorter than a Grade 2. » Pupils are not allowed make-up (with the exception of a minimal amount of foundation) » Outdoor coats and jackets must be plain, and logos should not be visible. Leather and denim jackets are not acceptable. Any student not complying with the uniform regulations will be dealt with in accordance with the Behaviour Policy and persistent disregard for the uniform policy may be asked to return home to change or be withdrawn from lessons.
2. RELATED POLICIES & PROCEDURES Behaviour Policy
3. REVISION HISTORY REVISION
SHAREPOINT REVISION NO
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British School of Bucharest — Early Years Foundation Stage / Primary / Secondary 42 Erou Iancu Nicolae Street, 077190, Voluntari, Ilfov County, Romania
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