Uniform

Outcomes Focused, Child Centred
Northern Education Trust

Uniform

Outcomes Focused, Child Centred
Northern Education Trust

Uniform & Equipment

As a Northern Education Trust Academy The Blyth Academy has high expectations, this includes student appearance. By having high expectations of student appearance we remove the need to constantly discuss things that do not impact on student progress and achievement. The uniform policy is simple, wear the uniform and wear it correctly.

Uniform available from: www.emblematic.co.uk

Required Uniform
  • White long or short sleeved shirt
  • Black trousers Trousers must be tailored and straight leg. NO skinny leg, leggings or jean material permitted.
  • Girls can choose to wear The Blyth Academy skirt. (available from Emblematic). No other skirt permitted other than the one sold by Emblematic.
  • Academy black and gold striped tie (available from Emblematic)
  • Academy grey blazer (available from Emblematic)
  • Plain black socks.
  • If girls choose to wear a skirt, Tights must be worn. Tights must be plain black, opaque (not patterned) and a minimum of 60 denier. Nothing can we worn over or under tights.
  • Plain black flat shoes. NO trainers or trainer style shoes, boots, pumps or canvas shoes (including ‘Vans’)will be permitted. There are to be no embellishments on shoes i.e buckles, name tags or studs.
Optional Academy Uniform

Academy V neck jumper (available from Emblematic)

Outdoor Coats

Outdoor coats should be plain and should have no large logos or studs.

Bag

Students require a bag which can accommodate an Academy planner, A4 workbooks and a PE kit.

PE Uniform Requirements

PE Kit available via www.customteamwear.co.uk

Indoor PE kit Outdoor PE kit
Academy PE top Rugby Academy top
Academy PE shorts Academy shorts
Academy black PE socks Appropriate trainers
Academy hoody Plain Academy hooded jumper
Appropriate trainers Academy tracksuit

The Blyth Academy is a member of the Northern Education Trust.
We constantly focus on standards as we understand outcomes are paramount. Our decision making is driven entirely by what is best for children. By doing this we enhance the life chances of the children and young people in our care.