HOLY TRINITY ACADEMY UNIFORM LIST (September 2018)
UNIFORM AND APPEARANCE
It is the policy of the Governing Body of Holy Trinity Academy to require students to wear our distinctive uniform neatly and to follow the appearance requirements. Below is a list of the various items.
Parents are asked to ensure that all clothing is clearly marked with the student’s name.
Blazers must be worn at all times unless permission is given to remove them by a member of staff. No form of ‘hoodie’, track suit top or sports top must be worn as an outer coat, it will be confiscated and parents will be asked to come in and pick it up. The Blazer will become the outer coat whilst in School.
Trousers must be sensible tailored school trousers not jeans, fashion trousers that are too tight or have belts, buckles or other ornamentation. Skirts should be a decent length, no higher than just above the knee.
Outer coats should be black or navy only.
Students should choose one option from the two options listed below.
|Option 1||Option 2|
|Navy Blazer with School Badge||Navy Blazer with School Badge|
|White Shirt with revere collar||White Shirt|
|Jubilee tartan pleated skirt||Tailored grey trousers|
|Red V-neck pullover||School striped tie|
|Black flat shoes. No boots, pumps, trainers or canvas shoes||Red V-neck pullover|
|Navy socks or tights. No trainer socks.||Black flat shoes not boots, pumps, trainers or canvas shoes|
|Apron or overall||Grey or black socks|
|Apron or overall|
|Navy polo shirt with red panels and white piping|
|Navy shorts with red panels and white piping|
|Navy tracksuit top with badges and white piping
Navy tracksuit bottoms with white piping
|Navy PE socks with red and white hoops|
MOUTH GUARDS AND SHIN PADS
Due to health and safety parents must provide students with mouth guards for use when playing hockey and shin pads for use when playing football and hockey. This is compulsory.
JEWELLERY & MAKE UP
Jewellery should not be worn. If students have pierced ears a maximum of two small plain gold or silver studs (one in each ear) on lower lobe is allowed. Nose studs, upper ear piercings and facial piercing, including tongue studs, are not acceptable. A recent piercing is not a valid reason for wearing unacceptable jewellery. The use of plasters as a means of covering up is not acceptable. No rings, bracelets, or chains (except a small crucifix if worn)
Make up is not allowed. Students who arrive wearing make-up or nail varnish will be told to remove it before they are allowed in class. For safety reasons finger nails should be kept to a reasonable length. False nails are not acceptable under any circumstances.
We appreciate that fashions in haircuts are constantly changing and schools have to cope with trends. However, students should have hair of a ‘natural colour’ not have streaks, etched or engraved designs or cuts or styles that are extreme or below a Number 2. Long hair should be clean, tidy and be tied back at all times.
This is not an exhaustive list. To avoid possible anxiety please talk to the school before allowing your child to opt for a hair style or piercing that could get them into trouble.