Connah's Quay High School

Ysgol Uwchradd Cei Connah / Connah's Quay High School


All learners must wear the uniform items listed in attached document.

The aim of our policy are to enable learners to identify with their school and to dress appropriately for a focused learning environment. The wearing of correct school uniform is considered to be of a high priority and a compulsory element of attending Connah’s Quay High School.

The only jewellery allowed in school is a wristwatch and one pair of stud earrings; other facial and body jewellery is not acceptable. Unacceptable jewellery will be confiscated and returned to the learner at the end of the day, or if the situation persists, the jewellery will be placed in the school safe until collected by a parent.

Extreme hair styles and/or colours are not permitted. Long hair must be tied back in practical subjects for health and safety reasons. Any form of head wear is not permitted unless on religious or medical grounds.

School is easily contactable, and in an emergency, learners are permitted to use the school’s telephone. Mobile phone use is not permitted in lessons unless permission has been given by the teacher. Any inappropriate use at any time on the school premises will result in the phone being confiscated. It will be placed in the school safe until collected by a parent.

Staff work hard to ensure learners comply with the regulations, and we ask for the support and co-operation of parents with these matters so as to avoid disagreement and conflict between home and school.

Link to Connah's Quay High School Uniform information: Updated page from the School Prospectus October 2017