St Buryan Academy School Uniform
Our uniform promotes equality for all our pupils and ensures that fashion is not a distraction. Uniform Policies have been proven to promote team-building and increase positive attitudes to learning and achievement. As a school we strongly believe in traditional values, good manners and a willingness to learn and try new things.
On given PE days children should wear their PE kits to school to help cut down on changing times, meaning that children have longer, high quality lesson time. Their PE kit should consist of: a t-shirt of their house colour, black or navy shorts and suitable trainers or footwear. Children may wear jogging bottoms/leggings but please ensure that these are either navy blue or black and that they are fitting with the school uniform.
Uniform is available from www.myclothing.com - enter St Buryan into the name of school search.
Winter Uniform: To be worn during Autumn Term (from after Autumn half term at the latest)- through Spring Term until Summer Term begins (i.e. after Easter holiday)
School tie (available from school); grey or black trousers (not jogging bottoms or denim jeans) or skirt, plain white shirt or blouse with collar (not polo shirt), royal blue jumper, fleece, sweatshirt or cardigan, blazer for Years 5 and 6 only (all available from www.https://myclothing.com/st-buryan-academy/8347.school), black school shoes (not trainers ), well fitting with closed toes and backs to reduce the risk of accident or injury.
Summer Uniform: Summer dresses may be worn.
Red polo shirts may be worn as an alternative to white shirt and tie.
Swimming days: Jogging bottoms, trainers, red or white polo shirt
Jewellery: Due to health and safety regulations bracelets, necklaces and hanging earrings should not be worn. Small stud earrings may be worn, but must be removed or covered for PE and swimming lessons. Watches should not be worn for PE.
Please note that in Early Years and Key Stage 1 children may wear red polo shirts all year round and do not have to wear a shirt and tie.
We believe high standards of uniform contribute to the ethos of the academy. We take great pride in the appearance of our learners and expect parents and standards to fully comply with the academy's uniform expectations.
Hair should not have patterns, shapes or be dyed with bright colours. If in doubt, check with the Head of School before having a cut-treatment.
Any hairstyle or dress which, in the view of the Head of School or his authorised representative, may cause excessive comment or distress, will not be allowed, to help prevent bullying and support community cohesion. It is the judgement call of the headteacher if a haircut is deemed unsuitable.Parents should be aware that, in signing the academy's 'Working in Partnership' (Home School Agreement) they are agreeing to comply with the above expectations.