We are maintaining a simple, yet strict uniform policy. Research shows that school uniform plays a critical role in contributing to the ethos of a school. If students are dressed for success and look smart, it can instill a sense of pride, aspiration and can also support positive behaviour and discipline.
- Blazer with Academy badge sewn onto pocket.
- Academy tie with logo
- White blouse or shirt.
- Plain black trousers or plain black knee length skirt (no jeggings, leggings or jeans).
- Plain black shoes, NOT trainers.
- Students should bring a sensible school bag with the correct equipment needed for the day
- Sensible waterproof coat when needed (no hoodies)
- Plain black v-neck jumper (no logos).
- Salwar Kameez and headscarves may be worn and should be plain black. Students are still required to wear the Academy blazer and white shirt and tie.
Blazers should be worn at all times.
Failure to adhere to the uniform policy will result in students being sanctioned in the BMS. Trainers should not be worn around the Academy (apart from during Physical Education lessons and at break or lunchtime if taking part in sporting activities). Before students return to lesson they must put their shoes back on.
For Health and Safety reasons, we also ask students to observe these rules:
- One pair of earrings may be worn but should not be excessively large. If the Academy considers that a student’s earrings present a Health and Safety risk, the student will be required to remove them.
- No earrings should be worn in PE lessons.
- One nose stud may be worn. Multiple studs and nose rings are not allowed. Nose stud must be removed for PE lessons
- No other facial piercings.
- Hats and caps are not allowed to be worn at any time.
- No hoodies or sport jackets
- Nail extensions, false nails and/or brightly coloured nail varnish
- No extreme haircuts (e.g. bright unnatural colours, patterns in hair, hair shaved grade 1 or below)
- Make-up if worn must be discrete.
We believe that these clear guidelines and long notice period will enable all students to be in the correct uniform at the start of term in September.
If there is a uniform issue at any time during the year, please ensure that your child brings a note (to their Form Teacher) to explain the problem. The note should also explain when you expect the problem to be resolved. Students who arrive at school wearing incorrect uniform, without a valid reason, will be placed in BMS until the issue is resolved.