Outcomes Focused, Child Centred
Northern Education Trust


Outcomes Focused, Child Centred
Northern Education Trust


Mount Pellon Primary Academy has a school uniform which children are expected to wear. Children must take pride in their appearance.

The school uniform is:

  • A purple, badged with school logo sweatshirt /cardigan
  • A white polo shirt
  • Choice of trousers, shorts, pinafores or skirt in black
  • Sensible black shoes
  • Black or white socks
  • Hijab in black, badged with school logo [optional and as required with no pins]
  • A suitable coat to wear to school and for outdoor play


  • Book bag, badged with school logo, in purple
  • Draw-string gym bag

During warm weather the uniform for girls and boys in addition to the above would include:

  • Girls – gingham dress in purple and white
  • Boys – black shorts
  • Sun hat

PE kit:

  • Black shorts or track suit bottoms
  • White t-shirt [long or short sleeves]
  • Black pumps.

The PE kit should be kept in a draw-string bag and should be brought to school each Monday and taken home each Friday for washing.

Additional Points:

  • Earrings are not permitted.
  • Have sensible haircuts i.e.- no shaved lines in their hair.

Please ensure your child’s name is on all his or her clothes. If there is a reason your child can not wear full Academy uniform, please contact the office before the beginning of the day to give reasons why. Could we please ask for your full support to maintain a high standard of uniform at all times.

Mobile phones/ smartwatches and other electronic technology must be switched off at the academy gate, kept out of view and remain switched off until students exit the academy gate at the end of the day. If a child is seen with any of the items above in the academy, they will be confiscated, placed in the safe, and will only be returned to a parent/carer.

Mount Pellon Academy is a member of the Northern Education Trust.
We constantly focus on standards as we understand outcomes are paramount. Our decision making is driven entirely by what is best for children. By doing this we enhance the life chances of the children and young people in our care.