Flegg High Ormiston Academy

School Uniform

Stockists

Harrisons Schoolwear
73 Southtown Road, Great Yarmouth, NR31 0DY
01493 662214
https://hschoolwear.co.uk/

Appearance

Boys Uniform:

Compulsory:

Blazer (from Harrisons only).

Navy blue tailored full length trousers (from Harrisons only).

Blue shirt, either long or short sleeved (can be purchased from any shop).

Tie (from Harrisons or school)

Optional:

V neck logo’d Jumper (from Harrisons only)

 

Shoes & Socks

Black shoes only. Boots, trainers or canvas style shoes are not permitted. 

Socks should be black or navy blue.

Girls Uniform:

Compulsory:

Blazer (from Harrisons only).

22” Multi Pleated School Skirt (from Harrisons only) or Navy blue tailored full length trousers.

Blue shirt, either long or short sleeved (can be purchased from any shop).

Tie (from Harrisons or school).


Optional:

V neck logo’d Jumper (from Harrisons only)

 

Shoes, Tights & Socks

Black flat or low heeled shoes only. Boots, trainers or canvas style shoes are not permitted.

 

Tights and socks should be black or navy blue.

PE Kit - all from Harrisons

Compulsory:

White polo top with logo

Plain navy blue shorts (girls can wear skorts)

Plain navy jogging bottoms (legging style bottoms are not permitted)

White socks

Rugby top (boys only)

Optional:

Navy blue jumper or fleece with logo

Navy blue waterproof jacket with logo

Dance Kit

Girls: Black leggings/jogging bottoms/footless tights and black leotards/t-shirt. Dance kit will be available to purchase for year 9,10 & 11 students, but is optional. 

Boys: Black shorts/jogging bottoms and black t-shirt. Dance kit will be available to purchase for year 9, 10 & 11 students, but is optional

Coats & Jackets

Navy blue or black are the preferred colour for outer garments worn when travelling to school. Denim jackets/coats are not permitted. Hooded sweatshirts may only be worn to and from school.  Outer garments should be free from slogans.

Outer Garments:

Coats & scarves are not to be worn during lessons, assemblies, corridors or in OT’s.

Clothing:

All clothing must be clearly marked with the owner’s name.

Jewellery:

No jewellery is permitted AT ALL, this includes earrings, studs, rings, bracelets and necklaces. Body modifications or piercings are NOT allowed and students will be placed into reflection until this is rectified. Clear retainers and piercings covered by medical tape are also not permitted as they do not meet out uniform expectations.

Hair:

Extreme hair colouring/styles are not permitted; colours should only be natural hair colours.

Make-up:

Make-up is unnecessary, but if worn is to be ‘natural looking’ and not obvious.

Nails:

Nail varnish, french manicured tips, acrylics and/or adornments are not permitted.

 Non-uniform days:

Non-uniform days are used every half term to reward students and to raise charitable funds.  In these circumstances, the clothes worn by students must still comply with some of the fundamental principles:

 

  • They must be safe and practical for school use.
  • They must not promote unacceptable messages – drugs, violence, racism etc. 
  • They must not conceal identity.
  • They must not be indecent – no low cut or mid-drift tops
  • No jewellery is to be worn.
  • No coats, scarves or hats are to be worn in the building.
  • No extreme hair colour.

(The Senior Leadership Team will decide on limits of acceptability of all of the above)