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Vale of York Academy
Vale of York Academy
Barlby High School
Manor CE Academy
Poppleton Ousebank Primary
Forest of Galtres Primary
Burton Green Primary
Vale of York Academy
Vale of York Academy
Barlby High School
Manor CE Academy
Poppleton Ousebank Primary
Forest of Galtres Primary
Burton Green Primary

VALE OF YORK ACADEMY IS PART OF

Uniform

It is essential that we ensure that all students adhere to the uniform standards set by the school. We would like to remind parents/carers of our uniform standards prior to you purchasing uniform.

The school only has one uniform supplier: Kealteamwear, their shop is on Walmgate, alternatively you can purchase uniform online at Keal Uniform.

We are proud of our uniform which helps to create a purposeful atmosphere. We expect all students to wear the correct uniform at all times. We encourage students to take responsibility for ensuring they come to school dressed in a tidy and neat manner.

Hair colour and style must be appropriate and of an acceptable standard for school. Students should check with their Progress Leader if in doubt. Extreme hair colour and styles will not be permitted.

For safety reasons, students may only wear one stud earring in each ear no other jewellery may be worn and other body piercings will not be allowed. We also request that no child uses nail varnish or has false nails that are coloured and that no make up is worn.

YES PLEASE!
Black Trousers or Kilt
White shirt or blouse
Slip over (branded)
Tie (optional with kilt)
Blazer (branded)
Black tights or black socks
Leather/leather look shoes
Plain, low heeled boots with trousers (in winter only)

NO THANKS
Black skirts
Make up
Any other jewellery (apart from one pair studs)
Nail varnish
Pumps, trainers or canvas shoes including VANS or other brands
Boots with the kilt

PE Kit
See the Keal Team-wear site using the link above

There are no exceptions to the rules above except for those who have proven medical requirements.

 

School Uniform: Boys/Girls
  • Plain white shirt with collar and school tie (the shirt should be buttoned to the collar and the tie knotted to the shirt collar and of a reasonable length).
  • Black school blazer with burgundy piping and school badge (if students still have the old blazer they can wear that only until it needs replacing).
  •  Black tailored trousers (denim/cord material is not acceptable or skinny style, the trouser should be able to fit over the shoe)
  • For girls – kilt
  • Slipover – KS3 Grey with crest, KS4 Black with crest
  • Socks – black only
  • Plain black flat shoes (trainers/canvas are not permitted). Black leather (look) formal boots without a heel and must fit under trousers are permitted between 1 November until 1 March.

It is important that uniform is worn correctly. Outdoor coats should be removed at the door. Blazers must be worn on corridors at all times. Shirts should be tucked in and ties should be knotted up to the neck.

NB. Hoodies are not permitted.

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A great piece of Textiles work, submitted today by a Year 7 student. Great attention to detail on that guitar strap! Keep sending in your work, we love seeing what you are making at home. pic.twitter.com/6Jcl…