Newby school uniform consists of the following:

  • Navy blue crew neck sweatshirt with logo or navy blue cardigan with logo
  • Navy blue v-neck sweatshirt with logo for Years 5 & 6
  • White polo shirt or white collared shirt
  • Grey school trousers or grey school skirt
  • Navy blue or grey shalwar kameez
  • Black school shoes
  • Optional Newby Tie for Years 5 & 6

PE Kit

  • Yellow PE T-Shirt
  • Navy blue tracksuit bottoms
  • Gusset pumps

Sweatshirts, jumpers and cardigans should bear the official school logo.
These can be purchased online at  http://www.academiauniforms.com

You can also visit their shop at –

Bradford Trident Business Centre
11a Edward Street
Bradford
BD4 7BH

Tel – 01274 735527
Mobile – 07966793869
Email –[email protected]

Academia will be selling uniform at Newby community room on the following dates and times:

– Thursday 29th August 2019 – 12-2pm
– Friday 30th August 2019 – 2-4pm
– Monday 2nd September – 12-4pm

You may also find Newby uniform at some of the other uniform shops in Bradford.

PE Items:

ItemSizes
Yellow PE T-shirtAll sizes
Navy blue tracksuit bottomsAll sizes

Outdoor Clothing:

ItemSizes
Newby waterproof coat with logoAll sizes
Newby Navy fleece with logoAll sizes

Other Items:

Item
Book Bag
Pump Bag
Water Bottle

All children who access Pupil Premium are entitled to £26 of uniform. Please contact the school office for more details.


General

book-bags

According to family circumstances, we are able to provide school uniform. Please do not hesitate to contact school for details on eligibility and help in completing an application.

It is most important that all items of school uniform are named. We do operate a system for Lost Property, but experience has taught us that unnamed items are often impossible to return to their owners, wasting considerable amounts of money for families.

P.E. kits are kept in school in a named bag and taken home half-termly to be washed.


Jewellery

Children may not wear any form of jewellery except stud earrings or items of religious significance e.g. tavis worn by Muslims, crosses worn by Christians, Kara worn by Sikhs or Singi worn by Hindus.

Whilst we do not wish to discourage the wearing of watches, we must point out that these are the children’s responsibility if they are removed.