Uniform

School-Uniform

When you join us at Parkside Academy, you will be part of a school with an outstanding reputation.  As such, we expect that you wear the correct uniform both in school and in the local community, to help maintain that reputation.

Uniform can no longer be purchased from the school but can be ordered online via Emblematic by clicking here.

Our standard school uniform is:

Black Blazer: with school badge attached to the left breast pocket.

Plain black trousers: plain black, full length, smart trousers.  Please note that the following are not acceptable:  casual or fashion trousers including jeans or any trousers in a jean cut, leggings, jeggings, combat trousers, low-slung or ‘skinny fit’ etc. (i.e. trousers should be loose at the calf and ankles).  Only narrow, unobtrusive black belts are acceptable; no fashion belts or large buckles are allowed.

Plain black skirt: we do not recommend skirts for school wear as they tend to be short and impractical.  However, if pupils wish to wear them, plain black skirts of knee  length with opaque black tights are acceptable (Note: no tube skirts, lycra skirts, fashion skirts etc., and no footless or patterned tights).

White shirt: plain white formal school shirts, to be tucked in to trousers/skirts.  It is an expectation that top buttons will be fastened.

Parkside School tie

Black school shoes:  plain black, sensible shoes (with no other colours or logos).

No trainers, canvas shoes, casual shoes or boots such as Rockports, Timberland, Uggs etc.

Sweatshirts/sweaters (Optional): black, v-necked sweatshirt, a black v-necked tank top or a black v-necked sweater, each with the Parkside logo may be worn.  No other sweatshirt, sweater, cardigan, or jumper should be worn. Hoodies are not allowed.

Bags: pupils will need a suitable bag to carry books, equipment, P.E. kit etc.

Jewellery:  the only jewellery allowed is one small set of gold or silver ear studs and/or a wristwatch.  Inappropriate jewellery will be confiscated.

Hairstyles:  hair should be tidy, clean and suitable for a working environment, e.g. no hair dyed in unnatural colours; no hairstyles representing cults/gangs e.g. Mohican, Goth etc.; no hair shaved or lined or dyed in strips, patterns, initials etc.

Long hair must be tied back for practical subjects.

Make-up: if used at all, should be light, discreet and not excessive.  We discourage the use of fake tan. Coloured nail varnish is not allowed.

Piercings and tattoos:  facial and visible body piercings are not allowed.  Covering up piercings with plasters is not a solution – please do not arrange piercings to coincide with term dates as you will be asked to remove inappropriate studs in line with policy.  Tattoos are illegal under the “Tattooing of Minors Act 1969”.


P.E. Kit

Compulsory items for all years, boys and girls:

  • Parkside polo shirt
  • Plain black tracksuit bottoms and/or plain black shorts
  • Plain black or black/amber hooped socks
  • Sports training shoes; traditional style, not plimsolls.

Optional items:

  • Parkside outdoor top – no other outdoor top may be worn instead
  • Parkside base layer
  • Parkside skirt (girls)

Recommended for contact sports:

  • Shin pads
  • Studded boots – not metal studs
  • Mouth guards
  • Head guards

P.E. lessons continue to be taught outdoors throughout the winter so the outdoor top (note: not the uniform sweatshirt) and/or base layer are strongly recommended.

 

You should have your name in P.E. kit to ensure it is easily identifiable.
You are expected to wear kit when unwell or injured as you are still part of the lesson.
All jewellery must be removed during P.E. lessons.

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