Uniform

Outcomes Focused, Child Centred
Northern Education Trust

Uniform

Outcomes Focused, Child Centred
Northern Education Trust

Uniform & Equipment

All uniform can be purchased from the following link:

https://www.pbuniform-online.co.uk/dykehouse

Uniform

Black blazer with blue piping and school badge – (provided free in September for year 7 new intake and mid term transfer students)

Pale blue shirt – Please ensure that the shirt/blouse is not open neck and has a collar with top button attached (as available from ASDA and Tesco)

Black tie with stripes – (provided free September for year 7 new intake and mid term transfer students) *Replacement ties will incur a cost of £5.50

Black trousers or skirt – (no combat trousers) (Skirts must be purchased from schools provider with the school logo and must be just above the knee in length)

Black Tights – All students must wear tights and must ensure that they are plain black with no pattern.

Plain black shoes – (no training shoes, no timberland boots, no boots, no shoes with other colours across)

Black V-neck jumper with school badge– (optional)

Headwear – Headscarves and hair bands should be plain black.

Bag – All pupils are expected to bring a school bag to carry books and equipment safely around college.

PE Kit

Unisex sports shirt with school badge
Black Shorts
Black socks
Black swimming shorts or costume
Blue swimming cap for girls
Indoor training shoes
Outdoor football boots for boys – (with moulded stubs not exceeding 8mm)

Replacement Uniform

All replacement uniform can be purchased online

– Blazer £32.00
– V Neck Jumper £15.00
– Tie £5.50
– Sports Shirt £12.00

Hair & Jewellery

Students are to not colour their hair using a bold dye (this includes red, green, blue, purple,orange).

Students are not to have any form of shaved patterns in their hair (this includes sports badges, swirls, squares and any other pattern deemed inappropriate)

Students are not to attend school with any form of ear piercing (this is in line with health & safety recommendations) (nose or any other piercings are not accepted).

Students are not allowed to wear any form of Jewellery apart from a watch.

Dyke House 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.