Uniform

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Academy Uniform

The wearing of full Albion Academy uniform is expected as an important part of the Academy ethos which promotes positive attitudes, high standards and a sense of personal pride.
Students are expected to look neat, tidy and business like at all times. We welcome parental support in ensuring that students adhere to this expectation.

Mobile phones are not permitted on site.

Boys and girls wear the same uniform, except that girls may wear an academy skirt if they wish:
Black school blazer with school logo. This is compulsory for all students. Blazers should be clean and tidy and in good repair. All students are expected to wear their blazers as they come into school in the morning and throughout the day. Sweatshirts, hats, scarves and hoodies are not allowed; they will be removed and placed in Student Services until the end of the day.

Girls who prefer to wear a school skirt must ensure that it is a branded school skirt. The skirt may be worn with black or white ankle socks.

PE Kit Requirements

PE Kit

PE Additional Information

Hairstyles

Extreme hairstyles are not permitted, This will be at the Academy’s discretion, If you would like any more information please contact your child’s year director.

The following is NOT permitted

Hair should be clean, well brushed neat and of a natural colour.
Hair should not cover the face. Any hair accessories must be discreet either of black or white in colour.

Jewellery & Make-Up

A wristwatch may be worn; students are not allowed to wear any other jewellery including rings and/or bracelets, or have any visible tattoos.

Students wearing any make-up will be asked to remove it.

Religious Observance

Students whose religion requires them to cover their heads with a scarf or cap are permitted to do so, as long as it is in plain black or white and does not hide the face.

Belongings

Students are expected to take responsibility for their belongings. The Academy cannot take responsibility for personal items that are lost. All items of clothing should be named/marked (especially PE kit, coats and blazers).