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School Uniform

Our school uniform is in the colours green and grey, which we would like all pupils to wear. Purchased uniform does not need to be branded with the school logo.

School jumper

School cardigan




Grey pinafore dress, skirt or trousers, white blouse or polo shirt.  Green cardigan or sweatshirt. Sensible black shoes.

Please note- Green school dresses are only to be worn in the summer.

Summer  (From after May half term)

Our summer uniform is the same as above however green check summer dresses may also be worn. 



Grey trousers, white shirt or white polo shirt , Green sweatshirt with logo.  Black Shoes.


Grey shorts may also be worn


As above

PE Kit

White T- shirt, black shorts, velcro pumps in a named draw string pump bag. Trainers may be needed for the summer months.


Branded Uniform can be purchased from the following shops. Click on this web address to go to their page: 

N.B. Uniform does not need to be branded with the school logo.

WB Schoolwear

20 Bells End Road 

Walton on Trent

01283 711 538 


My Uniform Ltd

82 Wellington Street

Burton upon Trent

01283 619224

School uniform items are also available at most supermarkets or high street stores.

Please ensure that all your child's uniform is clearly marked with your child's name.


Book Bags

Green book bags with the school logo available. These are great for carrying your children’s homework and books to school. They also fit into your child’s school tray.

Jewellery and Earrings

Children are not permitted to wear jewellery in the academy.  It is a health and safety risk and could potentially be dangerous for your child or others.  The only exception is for watches and stud earrings which must be removed for P.E. lessons.  Please note that staff are unable to assist the children with removal of jewellery.  If your child is unable to remove it themselves they should not wear them to the academy on the days in which they have P.E.  The Academy does not approve of the wearing of makeup (including nail varnish) or other jewellery except for cultural reasons, and then only if approved by the Principal.


Children should have their hair in a neat and tidy style for school.

Unnecessary adornments, such has flowery bobbles glittery headbands, are not allowed and boys should not have razor patterns cut into their hair.