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. 

Our school uniform can be purchased from Debonair, Market Hall, 15 Albion Street, Oldham OL1 3BG, 0161 620 0237. It is very important that children come to school in correct school uniform. 

Nursery to Year 6

General Uniform

If your child is in the Infants, we ask that they wear:

  • Boys: White polo shirt, grey trousers or shorts, royal blue jumper or school sweatshirt, black socks and black shoes.
  • Girls: White polo shirt, grey skirt, pinafore, royal blue jumper of school sweatshirt, white socks, grey/ black tights and black shoes. Summer alternative: blue and white gingham dress.

If your child is in the Juniors, we ask that they wear:

  • Boys: White polo shirt, grey trousers, royal blue jumper or school sweatshirt, grey socks and black shoes.
  • Girls: White polo shirt, grey skirt, pinafore, royal blue jumper or school sweatshirt, white socks or grey/black tights and black shoes. Summer alternative: blue and white gingham dress.

Note: Children should not come to school in trainers and they must wear sensible footwear.

Girls are permitted to wear head scarves, though these must be black. They will need to be removed for PE, games and swimming lessons.

Sports Uniform

Physical education is a compulsory subject, so children will be required to bring the appropriate kit to school each week. Your child's class teacher will let you know what kit is needed and on which day of the week.

For PE and games, we require children to wear a white T-shirt and black shorts and pumps.

For swimming (year 5 only), we require girls to bring a swimming costume and boys a pair of trunks. Children will need to bring a towel and a plastic swimming cap. 

 

Jewellery & Personal Belongings

 We request that jewellery (including that of religious significance) is not worn in school, with the exception of wrist watches and small stud earrings in the case of pierced ears. In the interests of safety, all jewellery must be removed by the child for PE, games and swimming lessons.