Uniform is an important part of The Deanery CE Academy: it is distinctive, innovative and aspirational.
Distinctive - We want students to stand out, feeling proud to wear a very distinctive and smart uniform
Innovative - We want students to be forward thinking, using their time at school to prepare for life at further and higher education and work
Aspirational - We want students to aspire to be their very best, demonstrating integrity, passion and commitment to their learning
We have chosen a supplier that will enable:
First impression of the uniform - We want The Deanery students to be seen as being smart and distinctive, both inside and outside the Academy
Affordability - We want parents/carers to feel that the uniform is of excellent quality but affordable as well
Durability - We want the uniforms to remain looking smart and offer good value for money
Overall impression /credibility of the company - We want to send a clear message that we deal with outstanding companies who have high ethical standards and support the distinctive Christian values of the academy
Presentation and uniform guidance
All students in Years 7-11 will wear:
T A grey jacket with embroidered academy logo
T A purple jumper or sleeveless jumper
T Grey trousers or a grey tartan skirt
T A school tie
A white shirt/blouse
Black or grey socks under trousers
Black, grey or natural tights under a skirt
T = items purchased from school supplier (Trutex)
All students in the Sixth Form will wear:
A suit or smart business attire (such as a jacket and appropriate dress/skirt/blouse)
All staff will wear:
Smart business dress, or smart, suitable dress according to their specialist area (such as sports kits or a Lab coat)
Specialised kit for participating in Physical Education
T A reversible outdoor sport top
T A polo shirt
T Long sports socks
Trainers – indoor/astro-truf
Boots – field ( we will let you know when to buy these)
Optional items will include:
T Training trousers
T Training top
Guidance notes – for the purposes of clarification:
Sometimes it is possible for families to purchase items of uniform in good faith and find that they do not necessarily comply with the uniform expectations. This section is intended to help in selecting and purchasing items which are appropriate for students to wear.
Jewellery may only consist of a watch and 1 pair of sensible earrings (only in the earlobes), no other piercings are permitted. Bracelets should not be worn.
Nail polish and false nails or nail extensions are not permitted.
Hair must be of a natural colour and not extremely styled. It should be without shaved-in steps, lines or patterns. Hairbands should be discreet.
Belts must be black or grey and not fashion items, with sensible clasps.
Make up should be subtle and hardly visible.
Recognised religious symbols will be permitted but should be worn discreetly.
Hijabs should be black or grey.
Shoes should be plain black, leather or leather type. For Health and Safety reasons, heels should not be more than 2cms in height; canvas shoes, boots or sandals are not permitted.
The Principal’s decision on matters relating to uniform is final.