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Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Uniform

We take pride in each and every one of our pupils at the Academy, and know that they are equally proud to be wearing their Academy badge on their uniforms. 

Children are expected to wear full academy uniform every day. Uniform can be purchased directly from the academy (main office) or from:

Gogna Sports, 67-69 Rookery Road, Birmingham B21 9QU 
Tel: 0121 523 5572. 

 

General Uniform

  • Grey trousers/shorts
  • Grey skirts
  • Blue summer checked dresses
  • White polo shirt with logo
  • Royal blue sweatshirt with logo
  • Smart black shoes
  • Black/grey/white socks.
  • Black/grey tights, and white socks with skirts or summer dresses
  • Coats should be plain and a dark colour

Plain black or white religious head coverings are optional.

Sports Uniform

  • Blue shorts
  • White t-shirt
  • Plimsolls/sensible trainers
  • Black jogging bottoms for cold weather 

 

Jewellery & Personal Belongings

Jewellery is not permitted, except for children with pierced ears, who may wear studs on those days when they do not have swimming or PE. Earrings must be removed for PE lessons. If a child’s ears have very recently been pierced they may wear their studs provided that they are covered with tape by parents/carers, before they come to the academy. Once the lesson is over they may remove the tape.

A normal watch may be worn once a child is able to use it correctly. This must be removed for PE lessons. Children with long hair should tie it up. This is essential for PE lessons.

Items of personal property should not be brought into the academy unless there is a special reason and authorisation has been given by the class teacher. If older children require mobile phones for safety reasons when making their own way home, they should be handed into the main office on arrival. The academy accepts no liability for the loss of personal possessions. All belongings, including all items of academy uniform should be clearly labelled.