Students that arrive at the Academy without the correct uniform will be sent home to change into the correct uniform.
Students are allowed to wear one pair of plain stud earrings. No other facial piercings are permitted.
All uniform is available from our supplier.
Our Uniform is available from:
T: 020 8544 5440
Unit 5 Mitcham Industrial Estate, Streatham Road, Mitcham, CR4 2AP
- Burgundy Blazer with Academy Badge
- Grey V-neck Academy Jumper (optional)
- Academy Tie in correct Year group colour *
- Charcoal grey or black school trousers/skirt
- White shirt
- Students must wear formal black shoes
- Plain black socks or tights
- Plain dark outdoor coat
Tie colours: *Year 7 Red, year 8 Green, Year 9 Blue, Year 10 Maroon, Year 11 Black.*
Religious head coverings should be plain black
- Hoodies or Baseball Caps
- Non-uniform jumpers and cardigans
- Any type of boot
- Large jewellery
- Extreme Hairstyles
Listed below is the expected PE kit for all students at the Academy;
- St Mark’s logo black polo shirt
- Plain black shorts
- St Mark’s logo tracksuit bottoms/jacket (optional)
- Plain Black tracksuit bottoms
- Plain black (or small logo) jumper
- White socks
- Sports Trainers
Please note that under no circumstances will the following be appropriate for PE lessons at the academy;
- Lycra or skin tight leggings/shorts
- School shoes
There is an expectation that all students bring the correct PE kit to all PE lessons without fail. If a student is injured or unwell they are required to bring a note and their kit. They will be taking on a different role within the lesson so that they avoid any further injury. They will still be expected to change into their kit and will be involved in the lesson in an alternative capacity to ensure that they continue to make progress.
Mobile Phones, MP3 Players, Smart Watches and Tablets:
Whilst the Academy accepts that mobile phones and other electronic devices are now part of everyday life, we strongly discourage students from bringing them to school.
The Academy has banned electronic devices (including mobile phones) as they disrupt learning, hamper student progress and can cause conflict.