Non-school uniform day hopes to raise money for Children in Need and support anti-bullying week.
Friday 15th November will be a non-school uniform day for all students at Queen’s Park High School in support of Children in Need. Students will be allowed to wear their own clothes, preferably anything with spots or stripes in exchange for a £1 donation. As Children in Need coincides with Anti-Bullying Week, we are also asking both staff and students to join in our non-uniform day and wear a pair of odd socks to celebrate that we are all different, all unique and all equal.
Organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, this year's theme for Anti-Bullying Week is 'Change Starts With Us', encouraging people to make small changes to create a safe environment for everyone. Change can start with a conversation; it starts with checking in and it starts with working together.
To get involved please bring in a £1 donation and all monies raised will go towards Children in Need.
Please can students ensure clothing is appropriate for school and that they adhere to the dress code guidance below:
- Clothing should be ‘smart casual’ and the following are not deemed to be appropriate for school:
- Revealing tops or skirts
- Hot pants (short shorts – including with tights)
- Bare midriffs
- Offensive slogans
- Hoods, caps or hats worn inside school
- Jewellery other than a pair of studs and a watch (as per normal jewellery rules)
We look forward to seeing you all in your spotty, stripey outfits in support of this very worthy cause!