We are currently reviewing our school uniform to ensure it is appropriate and value for money. This coincides with new guidance from the Government to ensure the cost of school uniforms is reasonable and secures the best value for money.
As you know, we have recently introduced a new school logo and this uniform review, led by our Pupil Parliament, will also help us to decide the best way to incorporate our new logo into the uniform.
We are currently consulting with parents, pupils and school governors to gather their views on the quality and cost of our current uniform.
After taking all these views into account, we plan to publish our new school uniform policy in January 2023 which will come into effect in September 2023 for the new academic year.
- Trousers must be tailored and charcoal grey. Black trousers, leggings or jeans must not be worn
- Pupils' skirts must be grey and knee-length or longer
- Pupils should wear a white shirt tucked into skirt or trousers
- Pupils should wear a school tie
- Pupils should wear a blazer with the NIA logo
- A plain grey, v-neck sweater is optional (NIA logo optional)
- Shoes should be black leather. Black plimsolls & trainers are not part of the NIA uniform
- Boots should not be worn at school
- No jewellery should be worn however a small stud earring at the bottom of each ear is acceptable
- Head-scarves should be black, navy blue or grey only and plain material
Middle School Uniform Year 5 and Year 6 uniform
- Grey trousers / grey skirt / grey dress (not jogging bottoms)
- Grey tights / socks and appropriate black school shoes (not trainers)
- Navy blue sweatshirt (logo available)
- White collared school shirt (long or short sleeved)
- House tie - this year we will be issuing all Year 5 children their respective House tie which will be given to them on their first day in September, so there is no need to purchase this in advance. Should you wish to purchase an additional tie, they are available from - https://theschoolwearshop.net . PE uniform will remain the same.
If you have any difficulties in securing any uniform for your child, please do contact the school and we will ensure support is offered.
Hair and makeup
- Pupils should not wear make up
- Hair styles should be appropriate for a learning environment
- Hair should be natural in colour. Always check with staff before paying for an expensive treatment as coloured braids etc are not part of school policy
- Where necessary, hair accessories should be simple and plain
- Nail varnish should not be worn at school
- Pupils should not wear false acrylic or temporary nails
- Mobile phones should never be seen or heard within school
- Chewing gum should not be brought into school