At Viewforth High School we recognise that one major aspect of a successful school is that pupils have a strong set of values which include a recognised pride in their school and a respect for their community. Our values of care, ambition, respect and equity underpin this. Alongside high attainment, achievement and good behaviour, the wearing of school uniform is a major influence on how the community and others perceive a school and the calibre of its young people. It is also a mechanism to promote equity amongst pupils.
The Viewforth High School uniform consists of:
S1-3 Plain black trousers or skirt (which should be knee length), white shirt and school tie, a black sweatshirt with the school badge or a black v-neck jumper or cardigan and black shoes or plain black trainers.
S4-6 Plain black trousers or skirt (which should be knee length), white shirt and school tie, a black sweatshirt with the school badge or a black v-neck jumper or cardigan and black shoes or plain black trainers. In addition, all S4, S5 and S6 pupils wear a blazer and there will be an opportunity to be measured for blazers in the new term.
Uniform Guide: Headed Uniform Letter (doc)
Order Form: 2019 – 2020 Uniform Order (doc)
What is not considered Viewforth High School uniform?
- Football colours such as tops, scarves, hats etc
- Shirts or tops with political slogans, anti-religious slogans, disrespect for others slogans, etc
- Clothing which highlights inequality. For example: expensive designer logos ( which not all can afford ) etc
- Low cut and/or cropped T-shirts, leggings, short skirts, jeans, hooded tops, denim jackets, baseball caps, etc
All outdoor jackets, hooded tops and hats must be removed inside the building