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South Kirkby Academy Uniform

Here you will find our uniform lists and expectations.

If you have any questions, please contact the school office.

Below is a list of our school uniform.


We expect school uniform to be worn by all children.

Please mark your child’s uniform with their name.


  • A black jumper, sweatshirt or cardigan (with the school logo)
  • A plain black jumper, sweatshirt or cardigan (no school logo)
  • A white polo-shirt
  • Black smart trousers
  • Black smart shorts (not sports shorts) in warmer weather
  • Black skirt or pinafore
  • Black shoes
  • Dark socks

Cold & Warm Weather


In addition to our uniform list, children should wear additional layers appropriate to the weather – for example, during the winter months children should come to school with a coat and may choose to wear a hat, scarf and gloves when it is cold.


Similarly, in the summer months children may wish to wear shorts and a summer hat when it is hot. There is no stipulation of what these should look like, but we do ask that they are appropriate for school.



Restricted Items


Jewellery should not be worn. If your child wears earrings, they should only wear stud earrings. On P.E. days, children should have their earrings covered with micro-pore tape for the P.E. lesson for health and safety reasons. A wrist watch may be worn however school will not accept responsibility for any lost items.


Make up should not be worn.


Nail varnish/false nails are strictly not allowed, including on non-uniform days.



P.E. Kit

Children will take part in P.E. throughout the year.


For outdoor P.E. lessons, children should wear appropriate trainers, black shorts and a grey polo top. In colder weather, children may wear a dark-coloured tracksuit – this includes sweatshirts and hoodies.


For indoor P.E. lessons, children should wear indoor shoes, such as black plimsolls.


Long hair MUST be tied back for all P.E. lessons and sporting activities.

P.E. kits should be kept in a drawstring P.E. bag. 

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