At this time, many of you will be clearing out old items of school uniform. We are currently setting up Uniform Bank donation points. We are grateful to local people, business and organisations for hosting these and to the PiP volunteers who will collate, launder and sort, ready for distribution. We hope to have these set up by the end of June.
If you have any pre-loved uniform, please help us in our commitment to Re-use and Re-cycle, by dropping off to your local collection point:
21 Baberton Mains Drive EH14 3DF
Molly’s 563 Lanark Road, Juniper Green EH14 5DB
The Corner Cafe 120 Lanark Road West EH14 5NY
Co-op 9-11 Corslet Place, Currie EH14 5LS
The Dress Code at Currie Community High School has been devised with the principles of Equity and Inclusion in mind. The benefits of wearing school uniform are innumerable and include:
1. Preventing Bullying
School uniforms puts everyone on an even playing field and prevents this type of bullying from happening.
2. Student Identity
Most schools have a unique uniform, which helps them to keep better track of all of their students.
3. Promoting School Spirit
If every person in the school is sporting their schools uniform, then a feeling of unity and togetherness is inspired.
4. Easing Morning Routines
Knowing exactly what you are wearing for the day, and having no other choice, greatly reduces the amount of preparation and time that is required in getting ready for school in the morning. This helps to reduce stress in the students and parents, as well as allow for a more
5. Saving Money School uniforms are often much cheaper than buying an entire wardrobe of trendy fashion.
Access the Currie Community High School Dress Code here: School Dress Code
Access Information about CCHS School Uniform Bank Here: CCHS Uniform Bank
Our school works with the Edinburgh School Uniform Bank to provide uniform to those in need. You can access their website using this link:
As well as asking for help, you can also donate preloved or new items.